Camping de Strasbourg
9 Rue de l'Auberge-de-Jeunesse, Strasbourg, 67200, FranceView on map
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.
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.
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 48.575364 / Lon 7.717257
- Michelin map no.
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Le Havre (696 kms)
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Booked for a 2 week stay in July/August, which was admittedly too long - 4 days/nights would have been adequate. The pitches were ridiculously small, even for our little outfit, we found them very overgrown with bushes, poorly maintained and the ground was basically just mud, which turned into a quagmire when it rained. There were some interesting places to visit, but they were easily an hours drive. The site states it has free Wi-Fi, but it dips in and out at a whim and is very slow. The park is a nice walk to the tram stop, but watch out for push bikes, there are many cyclists and they hurtle along. On exiting the camp it is very difficult to see owing to the position of the post box.
On the plus side the staff were friendly, the facilities clean and the tram into town was very regular and easy to use. The local church bell chiming every quarter hour was lovely to hear. The proximity to Germany was good. On the whole I would only recommend this site for a short stopover or a weekend break, definitely not worth the 4 stars displayed at the entrance.