Bad Krozingen camperstop

  • Access for larger motorhomes
  • Location and surroundings - adjacent to the Therme
  • Facilities available
  • Pricing and value for money
4.4

Summary

Great value stopover – free travel on public transport too!

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Team Voyager is currently in residence at the Bad Krozingen camperstop. This “wohnmobil stellplatz” is a few moments walk away from the famous Vita Classica Therme. Typical of most stellplatz, only motorhomes are able to stay and park but there are many campsites close to the Bad Krozingen spa such as Camping Belchenblick where caravanners are able to stay. There is plenty of car parking adjacent to the spa and there are numerous buses serving the town too.

Bad Krozingen camperstop
The stellplatz is very well organised with clearly marked “pitches”

A stay at the Bad Krozingen camperstop also entitles the “guest” to a FREE (yes FREE) “Gastekarte” for use on local public transport. Full details of this and the routes are available by clicking here.

Like most German stellplatz, the Bad Krozingen camperstop is neatly presented and offers the following facilities:

  • All hard stand places
  • Open all year round
  • 16 amps electric available – €3.50 per night
  • Chemical disposal point within the stellplatz
  • Fresh and grey water a very short distance away, adjacent to the Therme
  • Free WiFi
  • Four larger spaces available for a small supplement

The only thing missing is the provision of dustbins but there are doggie bins and bags available!

Bad Krozingen camperstop
Some places are wider and longer than most. These larger spaces are available for a small supplement.

Bad Krozingen camperstop – prices and reservations

It is possible to reserve a place at the Bad Krozingen camperstop. During our stay, there are many reservations in place but we found a spot without difficulty. The price at the time of writing is €13.50 per night, plus €3.50 per night for electric hook up.

It is fair to say that the Bad Krozingen camperstop makes a great stopover. However, with the adjacent spa, the free travel pass and numerous cycling routes, Bad Krozingen is a destination in itself.

Check out our review of the Vita Classica Thermal Spa by clicking here.

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