Klüthseecamp and Seeblick
Kluethseehof 2, Klein Rönnau, 23795, GermanyView on map
Why stay here ...
Set on the shores of Lake Segeberg, this site is a useful stopover en route to Sweden and Denmark, but also merits a longer stay. It’s quiet and peaceful in low season, but provides lots of entertainment for families in the summer, with kids’ clubs, a heated pool and minigolf.
There’s a large restaurant onsite with a beer garden where you can enjoy German wines and beers and sample the local dishes. Touring pitches are open and grassy, with some semi-shaded options available.
The lake is ideal for boating and fishing (a permit is necessary), while Lubeck with its 15th and 16th century residences and interesting public monuments is worth a day trip. The pretty harbour town of Kiel is also under an hour away.
Around and About
Kiel, Hamburg, Lübeck, Christmas Markets, The Baltic coast, Kalkberg Arena, Noctalis, Caves, Hansa Park, Horse Riding, Golf Courses.
40 miles north-east of Hamburg. From A1 (Lubeck) take exit Bargteheide (no 27) and join A21 sp Kiel Bad Segeberg. Leave the A21 at Junction 13 on to B432 following signs for Scharbeutz and Puttgarden. Continue on B432 through Bad Segeberg following caravan signs and 0.8 mile/1.3km after entering Klein Ronnau turn right into Stipsdorter Weg (campsite signed) Site on left in 0.2 miles/0.3km. From Puttgarden ferry take E47/A1 towards Lubeck. Leave at junction 16 signed Scharbeutz, Bad Segeberg. At top of slip road turn right on to B432 signed Bad Segeberg. In 17.7 miles turn left into Stipsdorter Weg (campsite signed Site on left in 0.2 miles/ 0.3km.
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 53.96131 / Lon 10.33685
- Michelin map no.
- Buses go to: Bad Segeburg, Ahrensbok
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Esbjerg (286 kms)
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We used this site twice enroute to and from Denmark. As other reviews have said facilities are clean and the site tidy (accepting no defined pitches) but we did find some of the rules and regs unnecessary, such as the gate closing 1-3pm and only one hour per day to dispose of rubbish/re-cycling is not suffcient.