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FDS-Camping-Kniebis-Bad Rippoldsau-Wolfach (Mo-Fr)
FDS-Camping-Kniebis-Bad Rippoldsau-Wolfach (Weekend and holidays)
Since 2016 we have been a partner company of the Black Forest National Park, which is only 10 km away and can be reached by bus or bicycle.
The area offers numerous opportunities for excursions, action, culture and relaxation. Freudenstadt itself has the largest market place in Germany. Freudenstadt is 3.5 km away and can be reached by bus, car, bicycle or walking.
We are located directly on the hiking trail network. Here are some hiking suggestions that can be started directly from the campsite. Of course there are numerous other hikes.
Our unique landscape gives many people and animals a place to retreat. To preserve this nature sustainably is the task of everyone. Since 2014 exist the Black Forest National Park. The motto of this is `Let nature be nature´. It is tried to keep human intervention as low as possible, depending on the zone.
The National Park Centre offers a small exhibition about the history and the animals of our region. Furthermore, many guided tours are offered. The National Park Centre offers a good starting point for hikes in the middle of the Black Forest National Park to experience this unmistakable nature at first hand.
The Allerheiligen Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful sights of our region. You can walk along the waterfalls. They do not convince by their size, but by the idyllic charm that surrounds you. At the end/beginning there is the ruin of an old monastery.
The legendary Mummelsee is located directly at the Black Forest High Road. On a small path you can walk up to the "Hornisgrinde". This is the second highest elevation in the Black Forest after the Feldberg and offers us a unique landscape. The moor is crossed by footbridges on which you can walk. It offers a wonderful view over the Rhine valley up to the Vosges. The "Grinden Hütte" offers the possibility to stop for a break.
After the storm Lothar in 1999 the appearance of our region has changed. The Lothar Trail offers the opportunity to see how nature regenerates itself. It takes about 20 minutes and is with its footbridges, bridges and the viewing platform not only a highlight for kids.
You can get more information and tips from us at the reception.
The following link will take you to the national park’s homepage. There you will find all flyers for the adventure trails to download online. Among other things, the maps to the national park. “Highlight tours in the national park” are highly recommended.
The Panoramabad Freudenstadt is located directly in Freudenstadt, only 5 km away from the campsite. The Panoramabad has something to offer for everyone. In addition to the slides, a wellness and sauna area, it has an outdoor pool and an open-air swimming pool.
The market place in Freudenstadt is the largest market place in Germany and is only 4 km away. It delights with its fountains and arcades. Especially in the summer time it offers space for events like the city festival.
The treetop path with its wonderful view over the Black Forest and the proximity to the peaks of the trees is a destination for young and old. It can be reached with the summer mountain railway or on foot. The "Wildline" is close by. A suspension bridge with a length of 380 m and an adventure playground for children.
Experience how people used to live in the Black Forest. The Black Forest open-air museum Vogtsbauernhof offers you the opportunity to glimpse the way of life in the Black Forests. Guided tours and workshops make a visit to the museum an experience.
Of course, some of the attractions can also be reached by public transport. We would be happy to inform you personally in our reception.
Further interesting information can be found on the homepage of the city of Freudenstadt >> Homepage Freudenstadt <<
Almost all hikin gtrails can also be travelled by bicycle. Special routes for raceing bikes are the Murgtalradweg and the Kinzitalradweg. Both routes can also reaches from on the campsite by forest trails or the road and both of them are near the trainstations. So you can use the train back to Freudenstadt. More cycling tour suggestions are available at >>Outdooractive<< and >>Komoot<<.
The Murgtal cycle path leads from Baierbronn to Raststatt along the Murg. Since the cycle path is always close to the train stations, you can take the S-Bahn back to Freudenstadt at any time.
The Kinzitalradweg runs from Freudenstaft to Offenburg. It gives insights into the beautiful Black Forest villages of Schiltach, Wolfach and others. The train stops are always in the immediate vicinity, so that the S-Bahn can be taken back to Freudenstadt at any time.