Germany, Rhineland Palatinate, Burgen
- +49 2605 2396
- 2 April - 18 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Burgen is pleasantly situated between the road and the river on the flat, grassy bank of the Mosel between Koblenz and Cochem. The site has attractive views with most of the pitches on the river’s edge being occupied by permanent caravans and attendant boats, but there are 120 individual numbered grassy pitches for touring units, plus a meadow at one end, both with electricity (10/16A). With a railway and a road across the water, a road alongside the site and commercial boats, some noise may be expected. The site fills up for much of July and August but a few pitches are kept for short stay visitors.
You can swim (at your own risk) and fish in the Mosel (there is also a small pool on site) or just use the site as a base for visiting local attractions. A floodlit castle on the opposite bank of the Mosel provides an attractive view.
The single central toilet block is adequate, with washbasins (five in cabins) and nine showers which might be hard pressed in high season. Laundry facilities. Gas supplies. Motorhome services. Shop. General room with TV and games. Small swimming pool (June-Aug). Fishing (with permit). Slipway for boats. Playground. Bicycle hire. Outdoor chess. Max 2 dogs per pitch. WiFi over site (charged).
LocationSite is 22 km. southwest of Koblenz bordering the Mosel on the eastern bank. Access is signed from the B49 just north of Burgen. Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N50 12 59||W7 23 37|