At the four trekking camps in the Soonwald and the three camps in the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park everyone who wants to experience and appreciate nature up close is welcome.
Sleep under the stars at night, be woken up by the birds and experience the sunrise in the great outdoors. This is what all trekking camps have to offer. Whether alone, as a couple, as a family or as a small hiking group.
Hiking through the jungle of tomorrow during the day and sleeping under the stars in the night. More nature is hardly possible!
Thanks to the careful opening measures of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, the trekking camps can be reopened on 2 June.
All up-to-date information can be found here.
Equipped with only six campsites, a fireplace and a toilet, the Trekking camps Alteburg, Ellerspring and Ochsenbaumer Höhe and offer everything you need for a short adventure and for a hike along the Soonwaldsteig. The trekking camp Schmidtburg has 10 tent pitches and a yurt pitch.
Making noise is a no-go - the focus is on recuperation in silence.There are roads nearby, but you cannot get to the sites by car. Trekkers must bring their own water and food.
Camping at the trekking sites is expected to be possible from 19 April until 31 October. . The price is € 10 per campsite or € 15 per yurt site. All camps must be booked online in advance.
The trekking camps are complemented by the campsite at the Outdoor Park Lauschhütte - this is also necessary for walking the Soonwaldsteig and must be booked separately.
The trekking camps Keltenlager, Drachenlager and Wolsheulen) (Celtic Camp, Dragon Camp and Wolf Howl) are perfect for wilderness and adventure – or for a hike along the Saar-Hunsrück Steig.
See for yourself:
In the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park, there are< three trekking camps, each with 2 platforms, an integrated table and a composting toilet.< The camps are located near the Wildenburg, Erbeskopf and Keltenpark National Park gates, but away from the towns, hidden away in the countryside. They can only be reached on foot and are connected by hiking trails in daily stages. Trekkers must bring along their own water and food. Fires are prohibited!
Each platform offers enough space for 2 two-person tents or 1 four-person tent and can be occupied by up to four people accordingly.
The camps are expected to be open from 19. April until 31 October open. The price is € 10 per platform. The camps must be booked online in advance.
The three trekking camps are complemented by the hiking service station at the Muhl Community Centre, in the middle of the National Park. Here, too, overnight stays in tents are possible
For more information & booking
Phone: +49 (0)6752-137-610