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  1. Gunner29

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    Currently visiting my son and family at Guitersloh where he is stationed with the army.
    We all plan to so to Bodensee in the south and wonder if anyone can recommend a site with facilities for two teenagers. windsurfing, sailing & canoeing spring to mind:thumb:
     
  2. JohnM

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    In Black Forest this year, for a few days we stayed at Bankenhof CS just a couple of miles from Titisee (toilets block extremely clean and reception staff most helpful). Can also order bread for collection in a.m. While in Black Forst you pay tourist tax, but you get that back on free bus/train journeys within Black Forest. We travelled on bus down to Titisee from site to station and got train to Frieburg for a day. Frieburg lovely. Only thing is if you have a dog, you pay for it! Site info on ACSI page 300 (2013). Any further info you can pm us.
     
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    I really cannot remeber the name of the farm, but there was some 'local' yoghurt being sold when I was last there in most of the village shops.

    Now I am not a yoghurt person, by my word - I could have that every morning! If you see any, try it.:thumb:
     
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    Have you looked at Chiemsee instead - superb water sports facilities and nowhere near so expensive or touristy. Campsite Mowenplatz at Chieming is a good spot for what you want.
    It is an ACSI inspected site and also accepts ACSI card out of high season.
    South of Munich, lovely part of the world.

    We've been to both Bodensee and Chiemsee with our son when we lived in Germany. Chiemsee won hands down.
     
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    Don't miss a look at the Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen. Nice stellplatz there.
     
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    We left this site yesterday very nice it was to :)

    sue
     
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