Camping de Strasbourg (REF : J10)

9 Rue de l'Auberge-de-Jeunesse, Strasbourg, 67200, France

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

This bustling campsite is very well located for visits to the beautiful city of Strasbourg and makes for an ideal stopover on longer journeys. The modern facilities include a heated pool, restaurant and bar. Don’t miss out on a delicious pastry from the shop just outside the site gates!

The pleasant reception staff are happy to recommend places to visit or eat in Strasbourg. You can reach Strasbourg on foot (the walk takes about 30 minutes) or by bus, which stops just 200m from the site entrance. The historic city, characterised by its half-timbered houses, offers stunning architecture, pretty gardens and interesting museums.

Around and About

Strasbourg, Nancy, The "Grande Ile", Cathedral "Notre Dame", Neustadt, Alsace Route du vin, Museums, Gardens, Parks, Markets.

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (high season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Games room
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: gas, electric, barbecue zone
  • Disabled facilities -: excellent
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar

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Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM

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From the A35/E25 take exit 4 (Kehl/Strasbourg) then keep right towards Elsau/Montagné Vert. At the traffic lights turn right (Montagné Vert/Ostwald) and continue over the bridge. At the T-junction turn left and in 300m turn right. Pass under the bridge (height restriction of 3.60m) and site entrance will be on the right.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
67200
Region:
Alsace and Lorraine
Distance to Calais: (kms)
621
GPS:
Lat 48.575364 / Lon 7.717257
Michelin map no.
315

Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Le Havre (696 kms)

Winter programme

Here‘s some additional info that you’ll find useful if visiting in low season

  • The restaurant and takeaway are open in July and August, and the restaruant at Christmas, and the bar is open all year round.

  • We advise members to book in advance when the Strasbourg Christmas market is held (from around the 4th week of November until Christmas).

  • There is a bus stop just 200m from the site.

  • Huttopia campsites ethos is ‘real camping’ in a natural and authentic atmosphere.

  • It’s just a short walk to the city centre.

  • This site may have limited facilities open in low season.

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Good city centre site

Don't let the negative reviews put you off. This site us a busy urban site close to very good public transport links into Strasbourg. We stayed here for three nights to visit the city and yes the pitches are worn and showing regular usage. However the facilities are first class and the staff welcoming and eager to help. Quiet at night and road and daily noise negligible.

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Ideal city site

Idea city site, bus and trams into the city from stops nearby. Reception has all the info required. I think more of a stopover for a day or two, we were on our way to Germany. The pitches alas look very tired and could do with a bit of attention.
Motorhomer from Hampshire

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Sadly disappointing.

This site is very convenient for visiting lovely Strasbourg on very efficient electric tram service. The reception is an attractive building which belies the otherwise badly maintained pitches many of which are very muddy from rain. They are also narrow not giving much room to sit out. The general facilities are good, well maintained and very clean. However, the disabled facilities are woefully inadequate. Suitable facilities are very important to my husband who is an above knee amputee, and like ALL disabled people need both a seat to shower under and a separate seat to be able to dress in the dry. Neither was available in the nearest to us, not even a seat on the WC. We made respectful requests for a simple plastic garden seat which some reception staff tried to deal with but nothing was forthcoming. Celine was the only member of staff who seemed to understand what we needed. But it would seem that their requests on our behalf were falling on deaf ears to the ‘technical’ department. Only when I was forced to ask to speak to a manager (but was told there was no one available) was another call made to the ‘technician’ who then came and resentfully handed me a simple plastic stool. It was very upsetting that their attitude made it abundantly clear that they considered me a nuisance and was complaining needlessly. The empathy was non existent. I would much prefer to have given a wholly positive review here but after our experience here, I wouldn’t come again and wouldn’t recommend it any other disabled people.

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Handy for overnighters

Good points; Excellent position if you are visiting Strasbourg. Excellent transport. Excellent stopover if heading for Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland, Brenner pass. Toilets cope well with heavy demand. Frequently cleaned. Fuel 200 yards away. Walk to supermarket is 10 minutes along path to left of camp gates as you exit left along the perimeter. Turn left at the end of path until you pass Protestant Church and bear right to main road. Turn right after you have crossed, Lidl on left in another 100 yards. Not so good; Very very busy. Poor quality pitches due to massive use. Very narrow roads making motor movers a desirable extra. Minimal sized pitches. Long walk for water and has to be paid for. TIP, take a metre of garden hose with screw on tap fittings and use main tap hidden next to washing up sinks in the blocks. Not a very salubrious area but parks very close.
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Great city site for visiting Strasbourg

We stayed here for 2 nights to visit Strasbourg Christmas market. As previous reviews say, it is muddy when it’s wet because the site is on clay soil. However, most pitches have gravel strips to park on and wooden pallets are provided to create a mud-free step. The site was well-maintained and the facilities were modern, clean and heated. Plenty of hot water in the showers. Easy access to the city centre via bus, which stops very close to the site entrance, or via tram, which is a level half-mile walk. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Grey waste and water point is just inside the site entrance, and you need a token for the water. Rubbish points at the front and back site entrances - back gate was locked when we were there. Overall, this is a great city site for visiting Strasbourg and we would recommend it.
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