Situated some 15 km. from the centre of Hamburg on the northern edge of the town, this is a suitable base either for visiting this famous German city, or as a night stop before catching the Harwich ferry or travelling to Denmark. There is some traffic noise because the autobahn runs alongside (despite efforts to screen it out) and also some aircraft noise. However, the proximity of the A7 (E45) does make it easy to find. The 115 pitches for short-term touring are of about 100 sq.m, on grass with access from gravel roads. All have 6A electricity and are marked out with small trees and hedges.
Only basic food supplies are stocked in reception as the site is about ten minutes’ walk from the restaurants and shops in town. Apart from some road traffic ‘hum’, as previously mentioned, this is a quiet, well laid out site. A large number of trees and shrubs offer shade and privacy. Ten gravel roads are reserved for large motorhomes.