Frequently asked questions

Between June 15 and September 15, the lake's water temperature is between 26°C and 28°C every year.

Yes, access around the lake, at the beach and swimming area is free. So you can get in and out of the site as you like.

Only access to paid activities is regulated.

Yes, there are covered areas for changing and refreshments, and we lend free neoprene wetsuits to the coldest participants.

The water activities stops in case of a thunderstorm near the lake; But it never lasts long.

For activities we accept cash, bank cards, and holiday vouchers (ANCV).

For the Snack bar we accept cash and bank cards.

Note: Agencies dependent on the administration may also pay by bank transfer under 30 days.

There are free changing rooms available but no shower.


No. Dogs and other pets are not allowed on the main beach, in the activity areas or in the swimming area.

You can walk your dog on the trail around the lake on a leash.

If you want to participate in water activities, we advise you to leave your dog at home, there is no kennel to keep it.

Thepath around the lake, the beach and the swimming are free acess, so there is no ban on this point. This also implies that the responsibility of Base de Pop cannot be sought in the event of an accident, you remain responsible for the actions of the minors in your custody.

On the other hand, the access of minors to aquatic activities (Water Zone, Mini Pop Base, Boat rental) must be accompanied by an adult.

No, it is strictly forbidden to light a fire or even a barbecue.

No you don't need to book. Come anytime you want during the opening hours.

Tip: There are always far fewer people on grey or rainy days... yet the activities work just as well and the water is always warm. 😉

If you are a group of more than 35 people, contact us before coming, in order to receive you in the best conditions.

  • For the beach, and swimming there is no age restriction. The bathing is done under the responsibility of the parents.
  • There is no age limit for access to the Base de Mini Pop , as long as they are accompanied by at least one adult.
  • The Water Jump, Water Zone and Boat Rental activities are open to children aged 6 and over, provided they can swim unaided.
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult to access theWater Zone.
  • Children less than 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult in order to be able to rent boats.

The catering area, Mini Pop base and sanitary facilities are accessible and have the Tourisme Handicap label.

Access to the beach and bathing area is via a smooth, hard, non-slip path.

Yes, we provide you with all the devices and safety gear necessary for the smooth running of the activities. We even lend free neoprene swimsuits for those who want it.

You just need to bring your swimsuit and a towel.

They are French and European labels that testify the quality of our facilities and services in terms of environment, sustainable development and accessibility.

Yes fishing is permitted under conditions:

  • Having a valid fishing licence.
  • Stay away from bathing areas and water activities
  • Respecting the regulatory periods of fishing according to fish species.
  • Releasing the caught fish (No Kill).
  • Leaving no waste behind.

Yes, you can picnic on the beach or on the picnic tables spread around the lake.

A picnic area has been set up inside the Mini Pop Base.

Notice that it is forbidden to picnic on the snacking area terrace. The tables and chairs of the snacking area are reserved for customers of the snack bar.

No, camping is prohibited on the whole site as well as camping-caravans in the parking lot.