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Camping Bas-Rhin

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A majestic marriage of captivating countryside and charming villages steeped in the traditions of historic Alsace, Bas-Rhin in the Grand Est region is a destination with a strong identity and proud heritage. Nestled in the east of France, the department continues to wow novice and seasoned campers with its fantastic array of nostalgic towns and lovely landscapes.

Come camping in Bas-Rhin and enjoy lovely resorts sitting pride of place in leafy green countryside and on the doorstep of beautiful French villages. With excellent facilities, dining options, recreational amenities and great accommodation options, you’ll find you slice of outdoor holiday heaven in Bas-Rhin.

Camping Holidays In Bas-Rhin

From the sprawling green landscapes of the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, the renaissance and gothic streets of Strasbourg and along the scenic Wine Trail, Bas-Rhin is a destination for wondering and wandering. An oasis of outdoor activities await in the heart of nature where the fresh air fills your lungs…

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Le Ried

Alsace | Boofzheim
7.5/10 (719 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Indoor and outdoor poolDirect access to pondNear many hike trailsPlenty of onsite sport activities
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(1) Amendments up to 14 days before arrival without giving any reason are only valid for campsites with the Vacanceselect or Tohapi logo and for accommodation with the blue tent symbol. Any amendments made within six weeks of departure, the holiday cost applied will be at the same or where applicable, at a higher rate. Please note, for 2023 holidays, free amendments can be made up to 14 days before arrival. (2) If it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination, it is possible to change to another campsite or period free of charge from 10 days before arrival. If you want to change to another destination, this only applies to accommodation with the blue Vacanceselect logo. These can be found on the campsite page in the accommodation overview. If, according to the DFA, it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination 10 days before arrival, you are entitled to a full refund (of course, in this case you can also change your booking free of charge as described above). If we have to cancel your holiday because of circumstances relating to COVID-19, you will receive a full refund.
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Things to do when camping in Bas-Rhin

If you are enjoying a camping holiday in Bas-Rhin with friends, family or your significant other, you will discover that this lovely department of the Grand Est region offers so much to do. In beautiful countryside where nature commands attention, in typical Alsatian villages and towns, in the medieval castles and in the fantastic city of Strasbourg, you’ll find everything you’ll need for the perfect camping break.

Blessed with an abundance of flora and fauna, the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park is a great starting point for adventures in the outdoors. A day in the park, explored on foot or by bike, will take visitors through flowery fields, enchanting woodland and green meadows, with the chance to see lynx, boar, deer and much more wildlife. Although mostly ruinous, the medieval remnants of Lichtenberg Fortress, Fleckenstein Castle and La Petite-Pierre Castle offer an insight into the department’s history.

For holidaymakers who love to go hiking, the region known as Le Hohwald should be your destination of choice. Along with lovely landscapes, the area features the Cascade du Hohwald waterfall and the Champ du Feu plateau.

One of the best ways to learn about the heritage, traditions and way of life in the region is to visit one or more of the many well-preserved towns in Bas-Rhin. Our best pick would be Obernai, a blissful village filled with traditional hal-timbered houses, as well as sightseeing opportunities like the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. Wissembourg, Molsheim, Hunspach, Hoffen and Seebach also merit a visit.

Several other traditional villages can be found dotted along the famous Wine Trail, a 170km route that stretches through both Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin. Along with enjoying wine tasting and tours at many of the trail’s wine cellars, vineyards, wineries and authentic Alsatian taverns, holidaymakers can visit the enchanting towns of Dambach-la-Ville, Andlau and Mittelbergheim.

For lovely views that look out over one section of the Wine Trail at Orschwiller, campers can climb the hill that the marvellous Haut-Koenigsbourg castle sits atop. Built back in the 12th century, the castle features impressive interiors that can be discovered on a guided tour.

Serving as the capital of the Grand Est region, Strasbourg is a brilliant place to visit if you like to spend some time in an urban environment while enjoying an outdoor holiday. Simply wandering through the city’s streets and appreciating renaissance and gothic architecture will make you fall in love with Strasbourg. A selection of good tourist attractions here include the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg, Palais Rohan, the Alsatian Museum, Grande Île, Barrage Vauban and Parc de l'Orangerie.

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