Alan Rogers Review
This site lies just beyond the beautiful old town of Sulzburg with its narrow streets and is on a peaceful road leading only to a natural swimming pool (formerly the millpond) and a small hotel. It is set in a tree-covered valley with a stream running through the centre and is divided into terraced areas, each enclosed by high hedges and trees. Electrical connections (16A) are available on 42 of the 45 large touring pitches (long leads may be necessary). The site has been kept as natural as possible and is perfect for those seeking peace and quiet. It is very popular with tent campers.
The main building by the entrance houses reception, a small shop (which stocks a good selection of local wines) and the sanitary facilities. Run by the Geuss family (Frau Geuss speaks reasonable English) the site has won awards from the state for having been kept as close to nature as possible; for example, no tarmac roads, no minigolf, no playgrounds, etc.
There are opportunities for walking straight from the site into the forest, and many walks and cycle rides are shown on maps available at reception. The tiny 500-year-old Jewish Cemetery reached through the site has an interesting history.