This hospitable campsite with Dutch owners is located in Germany, in the federal state of Lower Saxony. You are welcome to this campsite in a rural setting, with the river Aller 100m away. For walking tours, the campsite is located in a beautiful green area, with the river and the forest within walking distance. The flat landscape invites you to enjoy beautiful cycling tours. Bicycle maps can be rented/purchased at the reception. The beautiful villages and towns in the area are also worth a visit.
What does the Aller-Leine-Tal campsite have to offer?
There is a lake on the campsite where you can swim and fish, which is also possible in the Aller. There is a cosy restaurant with a terrace where you can eat delicious food, such as our famous curry sausage (fresh from the butcher), and of course Dutch snacks. You shouldn't miss out on our fish dishes either. You can also order fresh bread rolls for the next morning or a complete breakfast.
Our modern sanitary block is heated in the early and late season. You don't need coins for the showers. There is a baby room. For a fee you can use the washing machine and/or dryer. Our toilets have toilet paper. The safari tents are not far from the sanitary building. By the way, our safari tents have a toilet.
What can you do near camping Aller-Leine-Tal?
There is no shortage of activities and sights in the area. The largest bird park in the world is in Walsrode. The Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, a safari park with 1500 free-roaming animals and a small amusement park. Heide Park in Soltau, the largest amusement park in northern Germany. The historic town of Celle is well worth a visit. Don't forget to visit the Bergen-Belsen memorial. You can visit various museums and of course Hanover, Bremen and Hamburg.