Schluchsee stellplatz, Lake Schluchsee

Schluchsee stellplatz.
  • Location and surroundings
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Facilities available
  • Access for larger motorhomes
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4.68 (31 votes)

Travelling toll-free from Italy towards Freiburg in Germany, we had intended to spend the night in the Titisee area. However, a combination of late running and spotting an opportunity elsewhere, led us to a night stop at the Schluchsee stellplatz.

Schluchsee stellplatz.

The stellplatz is clearly sign posted when approaching the town.

Facilities at Schluchsee stellplatz

The stellplatz offers about 25 or so motorhome parking spaces, and these appeared to be available free of charge. Electric hook up was available, costing one euro for eight hours. We do not know what quantity/number of amperes of EHU is supplied within this eight-hour window. Water was also chargeable, again one euro for 100 litres of water.

Schluchsee stellplatz

100 litres of fresh water available for one euro.

The Schluchsee stellplatz is a short walk from the town centre with a small selection of shops, restaurants and a supermarket. We ate at the “La Pizzeria-Pizza” restaurant and enjoyed a pizza on par with that served in Italy.

Schluchsee stellplatz

Town centre at Schluchsee

The lake is close by, with pedalo and pleasure boat trips available.

Schluchsee stellplatz

Schluchsee offered pleasure boat trips

More information is available on this website (German language only)

Details of this stellplatz are available in the Europe Camperstop book – well worth the money!

 

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