The spaciously laid out Campingpark Gartow is centrally located in the village by the same name. The village lies in a wooded area. The forests around Gartow are a legacy of the noble family Von Bernstorff, who planted them in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. The camping site borders these forests and the camping site itself also boasts a large number of trees. These create a relaxed atmosphere and provide ample shade. The various attractive fields are separated by rows of trees, but the individual pitches are not demarcated.
Beautifully located camping site
The beautiful four-star camping site, located in the Lower Saxony Elbtalaue biosphere reserve, has won a number of awards. You are only a few minutes' drive away from the Elbe, the Nemitzer Moor or the large Gartower Tannen forest reserve. Lots of natural beauty in the vicinity, therefore!
Many pitches on Campingpark Gartow have water and electricity connections. Near the entrance is a dedicated field for tents of youngsters. They also have their own ablution block.
Young families rule the roost!
Campingpark Gartow attracts many families with young children. They can play safely on the spacious pitches. There is plenty of entertainment for them, such as crafts, carriage tours and singing around the campfire. The swimming pool has a water slide and there is a separate toddler pool. With the focus being on families with young children, the camping site has dedicated children's sanitary facilities and a baby room.
The adjacent Wendland-Therme is a typical German spa, where you can go for wellness treatments and a sauna. There is also a large recreational swimming pool with many water slides and other entertainment.
- Campsite accepts ACSI Club ID