A Eurocamp holiday park set in the Lake Idro, Lake Garda area of Italy. Rio Vantone Campsite has 220 pitches. As with all Eurocamp holiday parks, there's a whole host of entertainment and activities to keep you and the children happy. Rio Vantone Campsite is no exception; below is a summary of the activities you'll find to keep you all going throughout the course of your holiday:
Take part in some sports on offer.
While the kids are playing, you can burn off that holiday excess in the gym.
Fishing is available in the area.
If you would like to try horse riding, you'll be pleased to hear that this is available.
Water sports are available, a great thing to do for a memorable holiday.
Want to see the local area, hire a bike during your holiday.
The lake here makes an ideal place for a picnic.
Get out and explore the area.
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You and your family will have a fantastic time, whichever park you decide to holiday at.
With children's entertainment, water parks, and plenty to see and do in and around the holiday park - you
won't stand a chance of getting bored!
These are the reviews for Rio Vantone Campsite. There are 26 reviews.
Nice quiet well equipped campsite. Customer 1 (29 August 2015)
Lovely, quiet park, friendly staff, good value restaurant, fantastic setting next to the lake, shame the caravans weren't located to appreciate the view though! Lynda from Alfreton (26 August 2015)
The campsite is in an idyllic location along the shores of a very scenic and unspoiled lake. It's a peaceful place, full of families enjoying the water and the activities on offer. The facilities are quite basic, some quite scruffy, but everything you need is there. My children, ranging in age from 6 to 13, loved it. Jessica from Greater London (05 August 2015)
Simply beautiful camp - idyllic location, ver well organised campsite. lovely the virpew from our tent! Amanda (28 July 2015)
Beautiful location. Shower blocks old. Tents very tightly packed. Lovely restaurant and bar. Excellent windsurfing and watersports facilities. Alice (28 July 2015)
We had a relaxing week at this small & quiet parc right at the water's edge. The surrounding area is beautiful and you still have easy access to the hustle and bustle of lake garda..but you can also escape it at the end of the day. We were there the first week of july and it was maybe a little too quiet and we struggled with finding a decent supermarket. All the other mobile homes were empty! Victoria from Greaet Dunmow (12 July 2015)
Rio vantone is a fantastic place to visit especially with teenagers. there is windsurfing to try and the lake to swim in. it is situated beside lake idro and is warm during the day and cool at night. Very friendly people. Stefan from Scotland (04 July 2015)
Overall very good. Alan (29 June 2015)
Beautiful campsite. Why you would put 4 portacabins facing each other, next to a sewage works is beyond me. Scott (27 June 2015)
Lovely park, would go back there tomorrow!! Mark (27 June 2015)
Good but could do better. Stayed at 3 parc's so can only give aggregated scores. Could do with a review for each parc??? Keith from Leicester (25 June 2015)
This was the first experience we have had on visiting 3 sites on one holiday, and the first eurocamp holiday without our children (now grown up). it was illustrated that you still have a lot to offer us even though we now just travel as a couple and our requirements have thus considerably changed. We loved the flexibility of travelling on our chosen day and as many days as we wished, with a mix of culture, relaxation and activity to chose from depending upon your mood - with no airport queues and associated delays. The holiday starts the moment you have that first glass of wine on the ferry! Andrew from Portsmouth (13 August 2014)
Everyone was german and spoke german and all the food in the shop was german would have liked more italian. Everyone was very friendly however the watersports could be updated a little everything was very old. We did have a lovely time and could have stayed longer thank you. Julia from Lynchmere, Surrey (12 August 2014)
Even though the camp site was in italy we thought we were in holland. mainly dutch people which is not a problem but when the campsite serves dutch food and speak dutch and discourage the national language being spoken or indeed wanting to deal with eurocamp customers it makes you feel unwelcome. Monique from Nottingham (11 August 2014)
Small intimate site with great facilities and friendly staff. Also an excellent kindergarten to give us a break. Tobias from Tring (29 July 2014)
We've stayed in a few campsites throughout europe and this has been the best. If you like calm, peaceful, relaxing parks then this is the one. The scenery round about was breathtaking. It was away from the hussle and bussle of garda but close enough for lovely day trips. The lake was fantastic lovely temperature for swimming. There was a windsurfing school within the campsite. The pool was on the small side but it doesn't need a pool with the lake being there. The restaurant was really nice and reasonably priced. The bar was good and the staff really nice. We'd go back in a minute! Kristina from East Lothian (07 July 2014)
This is one of the sites we enjoyed the most. Beautiful location, not too busy and the weather was great. Helen from Cambridge (28 June 2014)
Being in a valley between the hills/mountains there were frequent thunder storms (nearly all at night). it is a little site with no noise at the time that we went. The staff in the shop and restaurant do not speak english so be prepared to try your italian out, or at a push german. The van we were in was under trees so did not get hot, probably a good thing in the height of the season, meals in the restaurant were very good and a reasonable price.couriers were very helpful and cheerful. All in all a very pleasant place to spend a holiday and not too far to the main attractions at lake garda. Keith from Manchester (22 June 2014)
A beautiful site Bev from Maidstone (21 June 2014)
The toilet block closest to the tent was closed, the toilets we used were excellent but a bit too far away Lynda from Midlands (31 May 2014)
3 night stay at the end of may not all shops and facilities open, on site and in the nearest town, so fairly quiet. Stunning views of mountains and the lake. Lovely bar and restaurant very clean didn't eat in restaurant on the night we intended to it was closed. Good walks maps available, wind surfing lessons available but not until about mid june canoes and pedalos. Maureen (30 May 2014)
Good site, very limited italian influence as german owned and largely populated by dutch/germans, great lake, good facilities, well maintained. Matthew from Norwich (06 August 2013)
. no one could speak or understand english. No information about local area. All notices were in mostly german. Reception was useless.the courier had no knowledge of the area although he was very helpfull with the camping side. it took three days before I got the key to the disabled toilet. Stanley from Peterborough (12 Jul 2013)
Had a great holiday. Lovely parc and beautiful area of italy. David from Reading (29 Jun 2013)
Beautiful location if somewhat remote. Jackie (29 Jun 2013)
All was good but we were let down by the weather,5 miserable days out of 11 not good when camping[june17-28] Joe from London (28 Jun 2013)