Parc La Clusure

About us

Who are we?
Sandaya Camping Parc La Clusure is a 4-star campsite located in the Belgian Ardennes with more than 200 camping pitches and 260 rental accommodations. The campsite is open from the end of March to the end of September and in the high season (Ascension, Pentecost and July and August) about 1400 guests stay there every day, the majority of whom have Dutch or Belgian nationality.

On the campsite itself, in addition to camping pitches and rental accommodation, you will also find a bar, restaurant, snack bar, and a camping shop. In addition, we offer an extensive entertainment program for young and old during the entire opening period, with various theme days, live music, game shows and our own musical in the summer.

The permanent team consists of 14 employees from Wallonia, Flanders and the Netherlands. From March/April, this team will be supplemented by seasonal employees and interns in all departments. In the high season, another 50 or so holiday workers help us to ensure that guests have an unforgettable stay and our team consists of a total of around 80 employees, many of whom stay at the campsite. Something that, at least as far as we are concerned, makes working at Parc La Clusure so much fun!

What can you expect from us?
As mentioned, you work and live with us and we provide a mobile home that you share with one or more colleagues. In addition, at least during the high season, we provide a hot evening meal, even on the days that you are not working.

In October we organize a Reunion weekend for all employees who have worked with us that season (to their satisfaction and at least 3 weeks) and if we are to believe the stories of former employees, this is one of the reasons why they come to work with us every year…

What do we expect from you?
Guests often compliment us on our friendly staff – it is important to us that you consider guest orientation to be of paramount importance.

You also understand that the rhythm at a campsite is different from a ‘normal’ 9-to-5 job and that work is also done in the evenings and on Sundays and public holidays.