Campsite partly open again!
Unfortunately we have to inform you that our campsite was hit by floods on 14.7.21. Because of this we have rebuild our campsite and the campsite will partly open again on June 27th 2022. We look forward to welcoming you! Please check for further information on our facilities for 2022.
Camping in 2022
one year after the flood disaster…
For the season 2022 (starting the 27.th of June) we can offer you 50 camping pitches. Since there is no bridge (flood damage), we can only use part of the campground. Unfortunately, we also can’t offer rental accommodations yet. Despite all the negative consequences of the flood we will try to make it a very nice summer.
Since the restaurant building cannot be used, we will set up a cozy terrace with a food truck. This way we can still offer you a drink and some tasty snacks. Due to the missing bridge and the ongoing reconstruction of the outdoor pool, the outdoor pool will also be closed in 2022(2023?). However, we will have several fun games, a small entertainment program and activities ready for you. Like walks together, movie nights and cozy bonfire nights. We look forward to sharing our beautiful place with you again.
Reservations are available as of 06.27.2022!!
Did you know?
From January 2018, Camping Kyllburg has a new owner. Roy Betten & Mèlani Bakker give you a warm welcome to the campsite. From this year they will make a new start together with the campsite in Kyllburg. That’s why from now on; a new name & logo.
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The campsite is within walking distance of the small town Kyllburg – the smallest city in Rhineland-Palatinate. The town of Kyllburg captivates you with its charm, small shops, a few restaurants, beautiful train station, selection of art and idyllic appearance. Because of its ideal location you can easily make a trip from the campsite to Bitburg, Trier or Luxembourg. By car you can reach the motorway within a few minutes … or even easier; from Kyllburg you can take the train to Bitburg and Trier.