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At Campsite Kinzigtal in Steinach (Baden-Württemberg) camping costs as little as €15,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 50 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-01-2017 - 30-06-2017 and 01-09-2017 - 31-12-2017. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).

Friendly campsite with a warm welcome in beautiful surroundings. Good restaurant. Municipal swimming pool next to the campsite (free). The site has a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Very beautiful cycling itineraries along the Kinzig and through old villages.

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Average rating: 7.7

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Toilet facilities
7.5
Staff
7.9
Price - quality comparison
8.0
Child friendliness
7.7
Entertainment
6.7
Sports facilities
7.9
Swimming pool
8.9
Food and drink
7.7
Surroundings
8.8

Ken Smith, on this campsite in August 2014

5.7

Travelling party: Family with children, 4 – 12 years

Firstly, I have stayed on many sites in Europe over the past 15 years so I am well aware of what to expect compared to UK sites. My partner found this site on various review sites and it seemed to get good reviews. We were traveling with our caravan so were looking for a decent base to explore the Black Forest. The site is a mix of tents, tourers (some now obviously static) and holiday cabins and permanent tents from a number of holiday package companies.
Arrival, only one small sign from the road out of the village so easily missed, no other signs exist until you turn into the road that site is on. Greeted by a gentleman who asked if we had a reservation which we did. He checked our paperwork and showed us to a pitch beside the river. The pitch was a mix of badly worn out grass and gravel which had obviously been put down to cover \"bald\" areas. Once I had the caravan in place the gentleman then took my EHU cable and connected it to the power outlet, and then locked the cabinet!
The site is quite large with onsite shop selling basics and restaurant/bar. There is a small children\'s park beside the outside eating area which I saw a number of local cats use as their own toilet.
The showers are old, in major need of refurbishment, and some are even broken. The toilets are a bit better but still need refurbished. There are only two sinks to allow you to wash dishes, and I saw people washing clothes in these sinks rather than use the laundry room. My partner and daughter used the showers at the public swimming pool as the onsite ones were so bad.
The bar only sells a couple of different beers and the whole site is littered with sponsors logos etc. for one brand of beer. The food in the restaurant is average at best, more like a poor UK service station than anything else. It is also expensive, not value for money in anyway.

The site is crammed with holiday cabins, fixed tents etc. which at hundreds of pounds a week is obviously one of the main forms of incomes for the site. If I had rented one of those and turned up here I would be furious. Tourers in tents are cramped together on one part of the site, with very little space between then to allow for privacy. I even witnessed the owners cutting branches off trees just so they could squeeze in another motorhome.

The site is anything but quiet, teenagers galore run riot around the area close to the bar, some on bikes etc. and just sitting on the table tennis tables etc. There is limited entertainment for younger children.

The only good think about this site isn\'t even directly related to the site. There is a great outdoor public swimming pool next to the site. The site will give you \"Guest Cards\" to allow free access to the pool.

In all honesty, this is by far the worst camp site in Europe I have ever stayed at.

Ken Smith, on this campsite in August 2014

4.8

Travelling party: Family with children, 4 – 12 years

Firstly, I have stayed on many sites in Europe over the past 15 years so I am well aware of what to expect compared to UK sites. My partner found this site on various review sites and it seemed to get good reviews. We were traveling with our caravan so were looking for a decent base to explore the Black Forest. The site is a mix of tents, tourers (some now obviously static) and holiday cabins and permanent tents from a number of holiday package companies.

Arrival, only one small sign from the road out of the village so easily missed, no other signs exist until you turn into the road that site is on. Greeted my a gentleman who asked if we had a reservation which we did. He checked our paperwork and showed us to a pitch beside the river. the pitch was a mix of badly worn out grass and gravel which had obviously been put down to cover \"bald\" areas. Once I had the caravan in place the gentleman then took my EHU cable and connected it to the power outlet, and the locked the cabinet!

The site is quite large with onsite shop selling basics and restaurant/bar. There is a small children\'s park beside the outside eating area which I saw a number of local cats use as their own toilet.

The showers are old, in major need of refurbishment, and some are even broken. The toilets are a bit better but still need refurbished. There are only two sinks to allow you to wash dishes, and I saw people washing clothes in these sinks rather than use the laundry room. My partner and daughter used the showers at the public swimming pool as the onsite ones were so bad.

The bar only sells a couple of different beers and the whole site is littered with sponsors logos etc. for one brand of beer. The food in the restaurant is average at best, more like a poor UK service station than anything else. It is also expensive, not value for money in anyway.

The site is crammed with holiday cabins, fixed tents etc. which at hundreds of pounds a week is obviously one of the main forms of incomes for the site. If I had rented one of those and turned up here I would be furious. Tourers in tents are cramped together on one part of the site, with very little space between then to allow for privacy. I even witnessed the owners cutting branches off trees just so they could squeeze in another motorhome.

The site is anything but quiet, teenagers galore run riot around the area close to the bar, some on bikes etc. and just sitting on the table tennis tables etc. There is limited entertainment for younger children.

The only good think about this site isn\'t even directly related to the site. There is a great outdoor public swimming pool next to the site. The site will give you \"Guest Cards\" to allow free access to the pool.

In all honesty, this is by far the worst camp site in Europe I have ever stayed at.

John Ackroyd, on this campsite in June 2014

8.7

Travelling party: Seniors

Been using this campsite now for about 30 years and it gets better every year. The staff are very welcoming and friendly, the food is first class with a really good restaurant. Although we are now pensioners, this site is ideal for children of all ages as we have proved over the years, our children (now adults) still remember the wonderful times we spent here on our way down to Switzerland. We recommend this site to people of all ages. Can\'t wait till next year!

Dixie Dean, on this campsite in September 2013

8.1

Travelling party: Seniors

Reception closed from 1300 to 1500 but staff member may be available to take you to pitch. Very pleasant camping. Shaded pitches on right of access road, more open pitches on left. Foot and bicycle access to village and railway station via path alongside small river. Pitches near the river are prone to insects. Well signposted bicycle network in main valley and up into the smaller valley past the campsite. Plenty of walking from site or nearby. Guestcard paid for by tourist tax gives FREE public transport on trains, trams and buses throughout Black Forest region (see http://www.blackforest-tourism.com/info/KONUS). Nearby Haslach and Gengenberg are very pretty old towns with good shopping. Plenty to do in area for a week or more.

Keith Bracey, on this campsite in August 2013

8.9

Travelling party: Couple

This is a wonderful site in a fantastic location, set beneath mountains. The village is an easy walk and the adjacent pool is great and free to campers, as are the local trains over a very large area. Safe cycle tracks run for miles along the river valley passing through wonderful villages and towns. There is a bar and restaurant on site which serves great food. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful and the site is kept spotlessly clean at all times. We have stayed here for twice and whilst the sanitation block is a little old it is large very clean and has wonderful power showers.

General information

Period of opening
01-01-2017 till 31-12-2017
Area
3.5 ha
Altitude
355m
Number of touring pitches
50 (60 - 80m2)
Number of camper pitches
6
Number of permanent pitches
90
Campsite suitable for disabled persons
Yes
Campsite also suitable for winter sports
Yes

* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)

Popular amenities
  • Outdoor swimming pool
    • heated
    • surface area:300 m2
    • period:01-05/30-09
  • Wifi 80-100% coverage
  • Caravans allowed
  • Motorhomes allowed
  • Dog(s) in low season (on lead)
    • Max. total:2
  • Cycle routes starting at the camp site
    • level:difficult | easy | average
Internet
  • Wifi 80-100% coverage
At the reception
  • ACSI Club ID is accepted as an identity document
  • Opening hours barrier
    • From - until:08.00-13.00 | 15.00-22.00
  • Reception easily accessible for the disabled
Campsite rules
  • Caravans allowed
  • Tents allowed
  • Small extra tent permitted
  • Motorhomes allowed
  • Also suitable for motorhomes > 8m and > 4 tonnes
  • Twin-axle vehicles permitted
  • Also suitable for caravans > 5.5m, excluding towbar
  • No vehicles may enter during lunch break
    • time:13.00-15.00
  • Dog(s) in low season (on lead)
    • Max. total:2
  • Barbecues permitted
    • type of BBQ:charcoal | electricity | gas
Dogs
  • Dog(s) in low season (on lead)
    • Max. total:2
Water and toilet facilities
  • Showers: hot water
  • Washbasins: hot water
  • Standard toilets
  • Baby room
  • Toilet paper provided
  • Chemical toilet disposal point
  • Heated toilet facilities
  • Showers: cold water
  • Washbasins: cold water
Washing, washing-up, cooking
  • Washing up sinks: hot water
  • Washing up sinks: cold water
  • Laundry sinks: cold water
  • Laundry sinks: hot water
  • Washing machine(s)
  • Dryers
Food, drink and groceries
  • Fresh bread available at the camp site
    • period:15-04/30-09
  • Groceries: limited selection
  • Takeaway meals
  • Pizzeria
  • Restaurant (with ample choice)
  • Exchanging of gas cylinders
Available to hire at the campsite
  • Cars
Swimming
  • Outdoor swimming pool
    • heated
    • surface area:300 m2
    • period:01-05/30-09
  • Water slide (> 10 m)
  • Toddlers' pool (ages 1-3, < 40 cm)
    • surface area:50 m2
    • period:01-05/30-09
Sports and play
  • Children's playground: large
  • Table tennis table
  • Fishing
  • Tennis court(s)
  • Children's playground: small
Recreation (adults)
  • Cycle routes starting at the camp site
    • level:difficult | easy | average
  • Marked out walking routes near the camp site
    • level:difficult | easy | average
  • Games room
  • Television
Ground and vegetation
  • Grass
  • Hard ground
  • Unshaded pitches
  • Pitches with some shade
  • Pitches with plenty of shade
  • Marked pitches
Situation of campsite
  • Shopping opportunities in the vicinity (< 10 km)
    • distance:0,5 km
  • Situated on river/stream (max. 0.1 km)
Miscellaneous
  • Quiet during the day and at night
  • Special pitches for motorhomes
    • hardened base for motorhomes
    • Surface area:50 m2
    • Amount:6
  • Special facilities for motorhomes
  • Electrical hook-ups possible to maximum %s amps
    • Max. electricity:16 ampère
  • Footpaths and roads are lit
Address & Route

Would you like to book Campsite Kinzigtal or request more information? You can do both using the information below.

  • Campsite Kinzigtal
    Welchensteinacherstr. 34
    77790 / Steinach
    Germany

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    48°17'45"N 8°2'51"E
  • A5 Karlsruhe-Basel, exit Offenburg. B33 direction Villingen-Schwenningen for about 20 km towards Steinach. Left at T junction. Then follow signs.

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Weather forecast

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Sat

16 / 12

 

Sun

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Mon

18 / 12

 

Tue

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Wed

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Thu

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Max. 6.9° 3.7° 4.3° 4.8° 5.8° 5.1° 6.5°
Min. 4.5° 1.8° 0.7° 0.6° 0.8° -0.7° 0.5°
Precipitation 95% 95% 80% 95% 40% 30% 35%
Wind direction SW W SW S SW S SW
Wind speed 4 2 3 4 2 2 2

Average temperature

Climate

Precipitation total (mm) Hours of sunshine
Jan 46 3
Feb 43
Mar 60 2
Apr 76
May 89 8
Jun 99
Jul 105
Aug 92
Sep 85
Oct 80
Nov 63
Dec 59
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