Alan Rogers Review
This peacefully located, fairly informal woodland site, with a friendly atmosphere, is situated just beyond the western end of Lake Titisee. The 180 pitches are on sparse grass and gravel, with some shade from a variety of trees, and 30 are occupied by seasonal units. The site is generally level, although there is a separate grassy area for tents which does have a slight slope. Most pitches have electric hook-ups (16A), with gravel roads, and water taps for each area. Recent work has greatly improved the pitch layout. Although there is some site lighting a torch might be useful for the darker areas under the trees.
Unusual features of the site are the glass walled technical area in the sanitary facilities, where the inquisitive can check the temperature of the water before taking their morning shower, and the totally separate sanitary unit with bright cheerful child-sized facilities for the under 10s. A popular bar and restaurant is open all year round (except November). Children have an excellent fenced adventure playground. The lake and beach are only 300 m. via a direct path. This is an excellent site for exploring this part of the Black Forest and the Titisee area. Visitors are entitled to a Konus card, giving free bus and train travel throughout the Black Forest.