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Reisemobilstellplatz Am Rheinufer
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Bad Säckingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 79713|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|The motorhome place "Am Rheinufer", idyllically located in the Austraße near the Rhine and the picturesque old town, welcomes you! Enjoy a few nice days in our trumpeter town and relax on the extended RV site. In just a few minutes you are in the beautiful castle park and the old town or walk along the leisurely flowing along the Rhine.|
The approximately 40 parking spaces are arranged so that even larger RVs can comfortably accommodate. A total of 14 outlets on four electricity columns offer electricity, which is already included in the package price.
Please note that the RV site is closed twice a year in March and October due to the spring and autumn market.
Parking, electricity, taxes : 13€
Water 120 L : 0,50 €
Vidanges : 0,20 €
288m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Max unit length 15.0m
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from searchforsites.View all reviews by jilly
This stopover is great for visiting the old romantic trumpet town.
At the back corner of the parking you can walk through the beautiful park into the village see the church in the square it is worth a visit. There is a big shopping centre just off the square and lots of shops and restaurants.
Also walk over the old wooden bridge which crosses the river into Switzerland very beautifully constructed.
We loved our 3 nights here, not for our van’s brakes renewal (worn out in Austria), but because it’s so close to the town and the Rhine. The Swiss wooden bridge led us into Switzerland and to a swimming area upstream where the current wasn’t so fierce. There’s a cool waterside bar a few metres away, too. And we found the cobbled streets and squares delightful with many restaurants to choose from. The park next door is full of huge trees, and is a haven.View all reviews by cshel
The gravel MH park, however, was noisy with a building site next door, people playing netball beside the car park, and cars arriving 6am onwards. Still its a great site, only 7 MHs here in July!