Campsite Review | Wirthshoff | Black Forest | Germany
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Things we did at Camping Wirthshof in Germany
Germany | A lesson on Cuckoo Clocks in the Black Forest
Black Forest craftsmen have been making cuckoo clocks since the 1600s, and they are still making them today. So we thought where better to get a Design/Technology 'Roadschooling Lesson' on gearing, pulleys, cams..... than in the cuckoo clock capital of Europe!...read more
Germany | Exploring Lake Constance on a family bike ride
There is no better place than Lake Constance for bike lovers, especially for anyone staying at Camping Wirthshof. It's impressive Bodensee-Radweg is a 170-mile cycle path for all abilities. From beginners who want to go around one of Europe's most popular lakes to...read more
Germany | Exploring Wirthshof’s family focused campsite..
Wirthshof is a popular and accessible campsite is packed full of playgrounds. Once you've spied the spacious grassy 'time out' areas, the lake or adventure playground... you might have missed the outdoor swimming pool or indoor play areas.... There's enough to keep...read more
What we liked about it
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Wirthshof certainly does things in style… if you’re a toddler you’ll be amazed at the palatial (custom sized) sanitary facilities or the impressive indoor play area. Whilst older kids might opt for interesting new sports to try like snooker mini golf or the bike routes around this beautiful region
The campsite is within walking distance of the plenty of old towns, nature reserves. Only a short drive away is the Black Forest where you can explore the ancient tradition of making cuckoo clocks or even take a train ride through the Black Forest to Baden Baden
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But our biggest single positive was the feeling of utter safety once on site. The girls could roam freely and it’s safe and well laid out campsite design makes it a breeze to let them have controlled freedom. A good choice for kids in our age brackets (8-12)
What our family said about it
Think amazing bike routes to explore Lake Constance… Or impressive indoor wooden climbing frames to match those outdoors… Imagine the chance to sip coffee on one of the terrace bars or sit amongst the bright flowers watching your kids play in the swimming pool… It’s a great family option for anyone heading to the south west corner of Germany.
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