In the surroundings

Open from March 29th to October 6th, 2024
118 pitches

Rue des Sapins
67 310 Wasselonne

+33 (0)7 49 08 10 24

What can you do during your stay at Camping de Wasselonne?

In the heart of the Vosges Valley, discover a rich natural and cultural heritage. Explore and hike the many trails on offer. Between vineyards and forests, take the time to breathe and recharge your batteries!

City of Wasselonne

Wasselonne is sure to delight nature lovers. With its emblematic architecture of the Vosges region, Wasselonne is the perfect place to discover a well-preserved, colourful heritage! Just a few kilometres from the famous Alsace Wine Route in the foothills of the Vosges mountains, Wasselonne also boasts a rich heritage. Its square tower, narrow streets and staircases will plunge you into an atmosphere of another era. Two routes are also available: “The Emblem of Old-time Trades” and “The Industrial Epic of Wasselonne”. Free guided tours are organised in July and August, so you won’t miss a thing!

Walks and hikes

Ideally situated in the heart of the Mossig Valley, nature-lovers are sure to enjoy their stay. A multitude of footpaths suitable for all ages allow you to discover the Vosges countryside in all seasons. With varying degrees of relief, hop on your bike and follow the signposted mountain bike trails, which start right next to the campsite. You can also have a great time at the Bike Park in Wasselonne.
Not sure which route to take? We suggest this one!

City of Strasbourg

One of the must-sees is strolling through the colourful streets of Strasbourg. With its cobbled streets and many half-timbered houses, Strasbourg is home to a rich and well-preserved heritage with Franco-German influences. If you’re a fan of slow tourism, it’s easy to take a stroll and cross the many flower-bedecked bridges spanning the Rhine. The art of strolling through this charming town, described as “Little France”, where the remains of a medieval city are still apparent. At 142 metres high, Strasbourg Cathedral is an architectural marvel. The second tallest in France and built in pink sandstone, you can’t help but admire all the details that make it unique. It’s also the ideal spot from which to enjoy a magnificent panorama from the platform… 330 steps up!
A symbol of Europe, you will probably pass the Parliament and the Human Rights Palace. A host of museums will liven up your family day. When it comes to food and drink, you’re in for a treat! From beer to sauerkraut, you won’t be disappointed. An unusual outing to the historic cellar of Strasbourg’s civil hospices will plunge you into a historic setting with a medieval feel, where you can discover the precious wines of Alsace.

Travel light! Bus line 230 will take you directly from Wasselonne to the heart of Strasbourg in just 30 minutes (3€/pax).

Discover Alsace by bike...

As France’s leading cycling region, the Wasselonne campsite is the ideal base from which to explore these sublime panoramas… by bike! There are many links with other cycle routes, sometimes linking villages with the half-timbered houses so typical of Alsace. Bonus: these cycle paths will keep you moving in complete safety! You’ll no doubt have to come back several times to discover all this great region has to offer…


Venture out onto the rock, just a short walk from the campsite, and get some height!
The Kronthal (large cliff and Lion’s Rock) is one of Alsace’s iconic climbing sites.
Suitable for all levels, the Rocher du Lion is accessible to children and beginners alike: a great family outing! It’s also a great activity in summer, when the heat is intense, thanks to its shaded walls. For more experienced climbers, don’t worry, there are 8b routes on the Kronthal cliff…
Another activity that can be done in summer in the heat, thanks to its shady walls.

Were are we heading
to next ?

And why not continue your itinerary in the heart of the Massif Vosgien… and stop off at the Orée des Vosges campsite in Val d’Ajol? Surrounded by an equally lush natural environment, a real bubble of air awaits our holidaymakers. In accommodation, a converted tent or camping pitch, recharge your batteries and set off to discover the many wild waterfalls and relax in one of the many nearby spas… Are you more of a city person? No problem! Book at the Vauban campsite in Neuf-Brisach, a town with a rich cultural heritage.

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