Klüthseecamp and Seeblick

Kluethseehof 2, Klein Rönnau, 23795, Germany

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

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.

Things to do on site ...

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

Facilities on site ...

  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: entertainment complex
  • Wi-Fi charge

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Latest arrival time - low: 9:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 9:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM

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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.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
23795
Region:
Germany
Distance to Calais: (kms)
815
GPS:
Lat 53.96131 / Lon 10.33685
Michelin map no.
541

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Bad Segeburg, Ahrensbok
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Esbjerg (286 kms)

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Great Campsite

Have stayed here three times. Lovely quiet site. Great place to stay for one night or more - stayed on our way to and from our journey to Sweden.Swimming lake and restaurant within walking distance. Would stay again. Facilities very clean, swimming pool and large park nearby. Need a German dictionary if you don't speak German as restaurant and bar do not speak very much English. English spoken in the reception though.

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Useful site for visiting Schleswig Holstein Region

We stayed here for a few nights as part of a tour of North Germany. Typical in many ways of the other sites we used with the restrictions on accessing the site between 1 and 3 so you will find others arriving at any time in the morning or after this time as the Europeans know the system. Ample toilet and shower facilities which are kept clean. The restaurant is really only a snack bar but the takeaways are good. The time restrictions on rubbish disposal are a little strange but are there to accommodate the users of the many static caravans which are behind the touring pitches.We took our motorhome off site to visit Plon and Scharbeutz, both of which had free parking and easy access, and we would highly recommend them. We were allowed to use the area normally for those stopping just one night as the site was not that busy, but it still meant the mains cable running across to the bollards in the middle and if you left nothing to denote where you were pitched it might be used by somebody else on your return. Electricity is metered from the bollards but we were well within the allowance included as part of the Club booking.We would be happy to use this site again if we are in the area or perhaps going up to Denmark or Sweden.

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Ok but not great

We used this site as an overnight stopover on our way to Denmark. After a long journey in very hot weather it was good to stop. Check in was quick but there are no properly marked off pitches. It's a case of pitch up where you want and if you arrive late the options can be limited! It's also wise to make sure that you won't be blocked in if you want to leave early the following morning. My husband was hoping to fish in the lake but alas unless you have some complicated permit issued by the German government, it is not possible. The lake is OK but the area around it is obviously used as a dog walking area and is not very clean! Lots of insects but to be fair it was very hot and close and we had a thunderstorm during the night. There is a pool and café . There is a fee to use the pool I believe but we weren't there long enough. A good location for exploring this part of Germany but not caravan club standard and not our cup of tea so to speak! Price booking with caravan club was good however. Not one we'll be using again.

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Klein ronnau

Useful site to explore this delightful area not usually frequented by those from the uk. Lubeck is well worth a day trip with its historic buildings, as are the harbour in Keil and Laboe across the water. As we were out each day the Barrier lunch time closure was no problem, nor was the Rubbish disposal, available between 9 and 11 with a helpful man there to tell you where to put the recycling. Wi Fi only in the reception was a bit annoying and you only had about 30 mins a day, but it was free. Do watch out that you don't get blocked in on the double layer pitching, opt for a pitch Near the road, which you choose yourself from those available. Facilities all good and clean, with excellent English spoken in the site office. There are two toilet blocks not far apart, so if one is being cleaned, just use the other. We recommend the site.

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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.

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