Camping Erden is a beautifully situated campsite on the banks of the Moselle river, not far from Erden and Bernkastel-Kues (Rheinland-Pfalz). This region is famous for its wonderful Rhine and Moselle valleys. Enjoy the river and the passing boats, the beautiful historical towns, the impressive castles and, of course, the countless vineyards, wine tastings and lively wine festivals. This campsite will immediately help you appreciate the beautiful landscape: many pitches offer wonderful views of the vineyards on the other side of the river.
Right in front of you, you will find the seasonal pitches. The touring pitches are located on a large camping field further down on the right-hand side. They are accessible via a paved road, Interspersed with the odd tree. The grounds look well-cared for and you have a beautiful panoramic view almost everywhere you go.
Beautiful pitches by the Moselle river
The camping pitches are not demarcated, but they are numbered. They have a grass surface and provide sufficient space. The most beautiful spots are located right on the banks of the Moselle river. The sanitary facilities are clean, but not very modern. Dogs are welcome at campsite Erden. There is even a separate playing and training field for your faithful four-legged friend.
Swimming in the river
You will not find a swimming pool at this campsite, but you can go swimming in the river. There is also a restaurant with a conservatory where you can sit in comfort. The light menu offers good food. A small shop is located in the reception building. Visit Bernkastel for a larger selection of supplies.
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This inspector visits Campsite Erden every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 8.0
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Beautiful site on the side of the Mosel river. We walked in the village to sample the local wines. Spent a day sighting seeing in Trier. Be aware on this site of the distance to the electric points and the unclear pitches.
This is a most beautiful location. The staff are friendly but do forget to tell you everything when checking in. We did not know a card was required in order to use shower until too late. Food & drink available until 8pm but super restaurants in the village. Will definitely go back due to sheer beauty of location.
Campsite by the Mosel River, right on the Mosel cycle path. We had a long ride in each direction, to Zell and to Piesport. Many villages were celebrating the Wine Harvest and the site was busy for late September.
The facilities are good and the ACSI card rate included showers, though (unknown to us) only 4 kwh of electricity per day, any excess being metered. The owner insisted she had explained this, but that was not the case.
Riverside pitches charge extra money (which was only divulged after we'd chosen a place, so we changed!). The camping field is sloping and undivided, with access difficult in wet weather.
There is also a cheaper motorhome park adjoining the site that shares the facilities.
WiFi was available free of charge around the reception/restaurant area only.
The restaurant served the usual fare (Schnitzel, chips and salad) freshly cooked and at a reasonable price. Bread etc was on sale in the mornings.
Very friendly welcome by staff who speak good English and tolerated my school-girl German. The site is directly on the banks of the Mosel and we asked if we could pitch next to the river. We were informed these were for camping and we were directed to an area at the back of the site which appeared to be just for motorhomes. Perhaps this is to reduce traffic on and off the grassed areas which is perfectly understandable as we were only there for one night. Very clean showers and toilets, with seats and toilet paper. Cycle track just over the road. Easy ride into Rachtig where there was a wine festival. We ate at the Deutschherrenhof which was reasonably priced.
We have stayed at this campsite twice. The site is nice and well positioned for visiting the area. However, on both occasions we have had problems with positioning our campervan and awning. Last year we were directed to the camping area and told where to pitch. The pitches were not marked out and we started to unpack where indicated only to be told to move a couple of metres as we were blocking the track between pitches. As there was nothing else there this was difficult to judge. This year we booked in with our ACSI card, were given a pitch, unpacked and erected our awning. The man who checked us in watched this happening. The lady owner then came and told us we were in the wrong place and our awning was too large. She also said that it was not an ACSI pitch. As we had booked in with our card this was a surprise. The moral is be very careful where you pitch and before unpacking/putting up awnings etc get the owners to confirm that you are in exactly the place they want you.
you didn´t stand on the camping area. You wanted to stay on the cheaper Mobilhomeplace. An there you have only the place for the car.
My wife and I booked in for one night and stayed five. The Mosel is a very beautiful area and this site being right in the middle makes it an ideal location. The facilities on site were very clean and very well maintained. The owners were very friendly and helpful and nothing seemed to be too much trouble, an example being we moved pitch during our stay to one right on the river bank, and because our mains cable wasn't long enough we were loaned one free of charge, with a smile and a 'no problem'. We've stayed on a few sites on the Mosel over the years and we'll definitely be back to this one.
- Guide price 1
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- Period of opening
- 24-03-2018 till 28-10-2018
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 70 (80 - 120m2)
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- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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