Germany, Hessen, Jesberg
- +49 66 95 72 13
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Kellerwald lies in the wooded and mountainous Hesse region of Germany, surrounded by beautiful countryside and and plenty of trails for easy going walking and cycling. Hike the Kellerwaldsteig, a scenic route that takes you right through the forest, leading up to the Kellerwaldturm, an observation tower offering amazing panoramic views. The campsite is on the fringe of Jesberg village, a peaceful little place which offers basic amenities and shops.
The site has 150 seasonal pitches and 60 grass pitches for touring units situated on neatly mown grass and with 16 amp hook-up. Most are open and sunny with modest shade to some, especially on the perimeter. The unspoilt nature all around creates a natural playground for youngsters with a stream to explore, trees to climb and space for them to run free.
Heated toilet block. Facility for guests who are disabled. Laundry. Dish washing area. Chemical toilet point. Bread to order (High season). Restaurant/Snack bar (High season). Heated outdoor swimming pool and children’s pool (High season). Children’s play area. Twin-axle caravans allowed. BBQs allowed. Table tennis. Multi-sports field. Boules area. Beach volleyball. Tennis court and horse riding nearby.
From the A49 take the L3074 exit towards Bad Zweston. Near Bischhausen turn left onto L3149 and follow this to the junction with B3. Now follow signs to Jesberg. At the church turn right and then after a short distance left. The site is signed on the left off this road.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N50 59 53||W9 8 1|