Situated in a quiet location on the side of a valley and with easy access from the Autobahn 61, Camping Der Lindelgrund is a family run site with 44 touring pitches, all with 8A electricity. The mainly terraced grass/gravel pitches are level, have some tree shade and are separated by grape vines. From many parts of the site there are views over the valley. Just inside the entrance is a useful quick stop overnight facility. Situated between the Rhine and Mosel rivers, this is a useful base from which to tour an interesting region seeped in history.
The camp site, first opened in 1972, was developed by the Faust family from land used for the extraction of moulding sand, and the narrow gauge railway used to transport the sand was the inspiration for the railway museum which adjoins the site. With its peaceful situation and close proximity to the spa town of Bad Kreuznach, lots of old castles and other interesting places to visit, to the area is ideal for those seeking tranquillity and relaxation.