The Körding family have owned this site since 2001 and have recently been joined by their son and his family to further improve the site. Their efforts are evident with electricity connections, water taps and 85 touring pitches. Of these, 40 are fully serviced with 16A electricity, water and drainage. The pitches are arranged in seven grassy areas, each taking eight to ten units, with a separate field to one side for cyclists. Pitches are 80-100 sq.m. with shade from high bushes and some trees. To the rear of the site are some rental and private static caravans. The site also features some genuinely innovative glamping options.
In May the site celebrates the Schützenfestival, a traditional German shoot with revolvers and rifles with a party afterwards and traditional local dishes. In September, this whole region celebrates the Heidebluten festival where a new Moor Queen and her opponent, the Heideböck, are chosen.
This site is popular with cyclists and canoeists, but it is also a useful stopover on the way north or south.