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EuropeGermanyBaden-WürttembergBlack Forest / Swabia / Schwäbische Alb
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Beautiful campsite terraced above a small lake that is good for bathing. The campsite has a small playground for kids, a fenced-in dog run, and a small restaurant/snack bar(see below). There is a new owner who has taken over as of the beginning of 2019 and is making improvements step by step.
The campers seemed to be overwhelmingly aging residential/long-term campers. Though we had reserved a pitch, we were allocated to a large, open, un-demarcated field marked as tent meadow on the camping map. Most of the travelers seemed to have been sent to this open pitch. The ground was very soggy from the rain and we had a difficult time stabilizing the caravan. //
The water connection was right at the entrance to the field. Depending on one’s location on the field, the water is quite far away. This could be improved.
Wi-Fi is only available close to the main building and restaurant. //
There are very nice, renovated toilets by the main building (reception/restaurant).
There is only one sanitary facility with showers for the rest of the site. It is in need of modernization. At registration, one receives a chip. Not only must this be used for entrance to the campsite, but also for access to the sanitary facilities. That means if you have to go to the bathroom (e.g., in the middle of the night) and forget your chip, you cannot get in. The chip is used to start the hot water in the showers. Hot water is charged at a fair price, but the time does not stop when you turn off the water (e.g., when shampooing). You have to manually press a button to stop the time from counting down. If you remove the chip before pressing the button, it results in an error and the following person has no hot water until it is cleared. All in all, we found this system arcane and unpractical. However, the owner explained that people are inconsiderate in the amount of water they use. So he intends to keep this system (or a coin-based system) for ecological reasons rather than converting to a flat fee. We found this aim admirable. //
We found the restaurant belonging to the campsite expensive for what is served and the service a bit unfriendly. We asked for salt and pepper. It was never brought to us. We asked twice and waited 15 minutes for the bill even though the restaurant was only half full. Thinking that we should give the restaurant a second chance, we went down again in the evening after dinner when they were much less busy. We ordered a bottle of wine. Along with that, we asked for some tap water. We were told unceremoniously that they do not serve tap water—not even for a small fee. For a purportedly ecological campsite (“Naturcamping”) we were surprised that we would have to purchase bottled water that needs to be processed, packaged and transported rather than be able to drink the perfectly good and available tap water that we were even willing to pay for. We spoke to the owner and he said he would follow up on why water wasn’t given to us on request. //
A very lovely campsite that is slowly ironing out its small defects.
Terraced pitchesNice lake for swimmingCleanliness of campsite
Chip systemAging sanitary facilitiesWi-Fi only near main buildingService in restaurant/snack bar
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EuropeGermanyBaden-WürttembergBlack Forest / Freiburg
Gorgeous views of the Titisee from all over the campsite. Superfriendly, helpful owner and staff. As others have said, the sanitary facilities are not the newest, but they are immaculately clean, and the infrastructure on the pitches (water/wastewater/wifi) could be improved. They don’t take reservations and it’s hard to find a telephone number (should be added to the website). In general, this is probably a 3* site with a 5* view. However, if you’re expecting that, you won’t be disappointed. We would return.
The view, friendly staff
No wifi, no water/wastewater, sanitary blocks not the newest (but very clean!)
This family-run campsite is nestled idyllically in the Black Forest and has a brewery on-site (also run by the family) that serves good food. The reservation process was uncomplicated. And the campsite offers the Schwarzwaldkarte that allows free regional transport and many discounts. Unfortunately, that where my positive review stops.
The campsite has no pitches with water/wastewater connections at all. (We knew this when we booked though, but others may not be aware.) The tourist pitches are mostly grass with no stones or gravel, so during rain, they are a muddy mess. Not that there are many tourist pitches. It seemed to be mostly permanent campers, who weren’t particularly friendly. Neither could I honestly say that the staff was overly friendly here. The woman at reception did her job mostly without a smile. The lady in the mini-market couldn’t be bothered to explain the highly complicated (!) system of ordering breakfast rolls—it seemed to be a different process every day. The main sanitary facilities under the mini-market are small, dirty and in need of renovation. We practically felt we had to step out of the shower stalls to turn around. It was a while before we discovered the renovated, modern facilities under the reception building. We did not try the pool or the sauna. However, kids are apparently allowed in the sauna, which is unusual and nice. The WiFi (WLAN) was free but the signal was practically non-existent. The campsite also does not accept Visa cards, only EC. We had a pleasant-enough stay despite all this but I doubt we will be back.
EDIT: We do speak fluent German, but as a native English speaker, I wrote the review in English.
SchwarzwaldcardGood beerNice area
Unfriendly staffDisastrous WiFi (WLAN)Unsurfaced pitches without water/wastewater connections
Dear camping guest, thank you for your criticism. We are so sorry that you didn't like it here. We always try to be nice and friendly and please forgive us if we have problems to explane somthing in english. We try our best. Better WiFi is coming! Best regards from family Rogg
EuropeItalyTrentino-South TyrolMerano / Vinschgau
We stayed on the campgrounds here in April/May 2018--there is also a hotel on the property. We were impressed by the friendliness of the reception, cleanliness of the sanitary facilities (individual bathroom/shower stalls), and overall high quality of the campsite. The Wi-Fi (WLAN) was strong and free. We ate at the restaurant twice and can also recommend it highly. We happened to catch the "Blütenzauber" special during apple blossom time and were overwhelmed with the beauty of the countryside. There is a small "market" on the property that doesn't carry very much more than wine, beer, rolls and butter. However, markets are nearby in town. A trip to nearby Glorenza is also highly recommended.
Super-friendly staffWell laid-out separated pitchesRenovated sanitary facilities with individual cabinsExcellent, free WLAN (Wi-Fi)
Mini-market could be a bit better stocked.
2 out of 2 campers found the following review helpful:
EuropeGermanyLower SaxonyLüneburg Heath
A well thought-out and laid out campsite with a very nice swimming lake with filtered water, an indoor swimming pool (most suitable for small children), several restaurants, tons of animation, riding stables, mini golf/jungle golf, a high ropes course, etc. The sanitary facilities are clean but could use renovation. The gym room is only open for a few hours a week at odd times. Most activities (ropes, minigolf, etc.) cost additional money.
Gorgeous lake. Tons to do. Well located for trips to Hamburg. Free wifi. Many restaurants.
The sanitary facilities could use renovation. Limited gym hours. Activities most suited to young children rather than t(w)eens.
A lovely position in the middle of the hills and forest. Be warned: This is a small campsite--without any swimming possibility. However, it is immaculately clean, well run, and very friendly. Seems to be popular as a stop on the way for motorcycle riders and bikers. The restaurant is a welcome respite and moderately priced
Well positioned, small, quiet. Breakfast rolls delivered to the main building.
No shop for basic food items. Small sanitary facilities (3 women's'showers at the time of writing.)
EuropeAustriaTyrolTiroler Unterland / Zillertal
We were here in April 2017 and it snowed. Nevertheless, we had a great time. The kids were kept busy with the myriad of outdoor play possibilities: a covered basketball/soccer field, ping pong, skate park / half pipe arena, trampolines, mini-billiard golf, etc. In addition for the summer there is a lake, beach volleyball, etc. There is also an indoor swimming pool, sauna, and wellness area. In the Western area, there is a pony stall, gold washing area and gemstone collecting, indoor "shooting" range, and so on. There was a big Easter bonfire and chocolate Easter egg hunt. And the boys had a lot of fun on the mechanical bull at the Western Saloon. The Western Saloon serves enormous portions at a reasonable price.
Sooo much to do. Suitable for families and couples.
A bit loud because of proximity to main road. Otherwise, no negatives, only positives.
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