A small and cosy camping with all (basic) facilities you need. The mobile home was simple but fine, the pool wasn't that large but OK, the restaurant was not expensive the food was good, fine ice-cream at the bar and the staff was very friendly and helpful. We stayed here during the May break and so there wasn't any entertainment yet, the bar at the pool wasn't open either. But as everything is located nearby this is no problem.
Rome is within easy reach by public transport, we parked our car very safely near Pertralata metro station (very easy to find using Tom Tom) and that got us to the city in a flash. In short: a nice quiet camping with no fancy facilities. But we enjoyed it very much.
This is a small campsite with a great atmosphere and all the basic facilities you will need. The caravan was basic but nice, the pool wasn't huge but it was ok. The restaurant wasn't expensive and the food is nice. I liked the ice-cream they served in the bar. We stayed here during Spring Break so there was no entertainment during our stay. The bar near the pool was also closed during our stay. However, everything is nearby so it really wasn't that much of a problem. Rome is easy to get to using public transport. We parked our car near the Pietralata metro stop (easy to find using sat nav) and it didn't take very long to get into the centre that way.
We visited this camping during the May vacation in 2008. The camping itself wasn't special. The location is good, nearby Rome. There is a small unheated pool (very cold). Big fenced complex with big inflatable castles, where you could jump on. Small supermarket with a basic assortment. During the day, as well as during the night you could hear many dogs barking and a goose (at the neighbours of the camping, next to the tent field) was "screaming" at every sound he heard (also often at night). We drove to the car park of Saxa Rubra by car (hard to find because of the roadwork) and from there you can reach Rome for a couple of euros.
If you're looking for a camping with not a lot of hoo-ha, then this one is perfect. The camping is small, but cosy and especially also quiet. The facilities that are there aren't always very big, but okay. The meals at the restaurant are tasty and not expensive, especially the buffets are very good. The shop has a small, but complete assortment. The pool is good, the trampolines are also very nice for the kids. In the May vacation there's still no entertainment, also the bar at the pool isn't open yet. The personnel at the camping is very friendly and helpful. At the reception are a couple of internet computers. You can go to Rome by the bus from the camping. We drove to the border fo the city, parked our car (safe) at subway station Pietralata and from there you could reach the centre in no time by subway. We had a very nice vacation there.