Choosing the right campsite to attend the Evian Championship

Championnat de golf féminin
Championnat de golf féminin


The Amundi Evian Championship is a Grand Slam women's golf tournament that takes place every year on the French side of Lake Geneva in Haute-Savoie and brings together the world's best female players. The event will take place from 21 to 24 July 2022 and will allow fans to get up close and personal with the stars of women's golf. In order to get closer to your favourite sportswomen during 4 days, camping seems to be the best choice of accommodation to attend the festivities.

Created in 2014 by Antoine Riboud, then boss of BSN, the Evian Masters was part of a genuine intention to fight for women's golf. Helen Alfredsson is now very proud to have been the first major winner of an event that has evolved and become more and more attractive over the years. Others like Japan's Ai Miyazato, who won in 2009, say that the victory gave her confidence and a boost to her career.

As every year, the 132 best players in the world will compete on The Champion Course to succeed Minjee Lee, the lucky winner of the 2021 tournament.

To find out who will win in 2022, book your campsite now!

There are more than 20 campsites in the vicinity of Lake Geneva that welcome you. Several campsites await you in the commune of Thonon-les-Bains, less than 12 km from the Evian Championship. Like the campsite La Dranse*** located at 300 meters from the lake of Geneva or the Saint Disdille *** located at 200 meters from the beach. Sciez is a town less than 20 km from the women's golf championship and has campsites such as Le Chatelet *** which offers chalets or bungalows for rent, 300 metres from the lake. In the town of Publier, two campsites are located less than 6 km from the event: the campsite Les Huttins ** which is 900 metres from the river Dranse and the campsite Parc de la Dranse *** which has several mobile homes for rent.


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