For many people, camping holidays are the epitome of freedom and independence. However, since many different
people are in a small space, mutual consideration is necessary:
Please note the rest periods from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and the night’s rest from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. the next morning.
Due to the heat, many people rest during lunchtime, children take naps and there is a quiet atmosphere on the square
(that’s why our gates are closed during this time).
Sleeping well at night is particularly important due to clairaudience: you should therefore refrain from making noise,
such as setting up tents and slamming car doors. Avoid loud music and lively conversations after 10:00 p.m.
If you want to celebrate in the evening, you should do so outside the campsite.
Upon arrival, please note that your vehicle or tent is within the site boundaries and not occupying the neighboring sites.
The pitch area runs between the stone with your pitch number and the stone with the next pitch number.
Due to privacy, a certain distance to the direct residents of the plot must always be maintained. You should only enter their
pitch if it is absolutely necessary. When setting up the tent and pavilion, make sure that cords
do not become a tripping hazard and do not block any paths. Driving nails or similar objects into trees is not allowed!
If you decide to extend your stay, this must be clarified in advance with reception to avoid double occupancy.
On the campsite
A few things must also be observed in the sanitary facilities. Only wash your dishes in the sinks provided for this purpose
and not in the sinks that are used for daily hygiene. The caravan toilet may only be emptied at designated stations.
The general rule is: leave the premises the way you would like to find them.
In contrast to a hotel room, they are used by many people at the same time,
so compliance with certain hygiene standards is mandatory for good interaction.
Walking speed is the rule, and you should always give way to cyclists and pedestrians. In addition, you are always obliged to correctly
state the number of people and pets on your pitch.
Guests who are staying over night or are just visiting must be registered at reception upon arrival.
We welcome children, but make sure they are well behaved. For example, your offspring should always keep a sufficient
distance to the other pitches when playing. In the best case, children should only let off steam in an open area or on one of the playgrounds.
In general, the midday and night rest must also be observed here. Loud romping and screaming should be avoided during this time.
Children are not allowed to play in the sanitary facilities and at the public water stations:
These are intended exclusively for the care of camping guests and not as a play area.
In general, pets are allowed, provided you follow the rules: keep your dog on a leash at all times.
As a dog owner, you are also responsible for any damage caused by your dog.
Of course, the removal of faeces must also be done.
If you follow these rules, nothing stands in the way of a relaxing camping holiday.
If the above points are not observed, please inform the reception directly.