Heidelberg Open Air Cherry Tree
About this campspace #s001646
Nice garden in the northern part of Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim, 10 minutes to public transport (which takes 10 minutes to Heidelberg City). Everything in the garden is natural.
Available yes or no
- Drinking water
- Pets allowed
- Campfire possible
- Picnic table
- Gas (stove) / BBW
- RV Sanitation
- RV Hookup
- Hot water
Things to do in the area
- Visit a virtually unknown hermit's cave some 500 m away.
- Nice garden restaurant "Wild and Wine" about 500 m away.
Our host Andreas welcomed us, showed us around the garden and we had a nice and interesting chat. The Campspace is situated at the border of the Odenwald in Heidelberg. It is easily accessibly by public transport and supermarkets are close by but the space still felt like wilderness to us. We were surrounded by flowers and old trees, like a cherry tree, an apple tree or a walnut tree (that is made for climbing). You can spot lots of birds and bees and boars and badgers live in the surrounding forest. We were allowed to use some wood for a campfire and eat as many of the ripe cherries as we could (which we gladly did!). There are no facilities around but a rainwater tank with a tap that you can use to clean yourself or dishes. All in all a beautiful spot perfect to explore the old city of Heidelberg and enjoy some nature at the same time!
Hi Andreas, it was very nice to stay in your garden last weekend! We made a fire, picked apples and plums from the tree and even saw a boar in the neigbours garden! Thank you very much for hosting us. And Heidelberg was nice too, we walked over the Mountain to the old city. See you! Joren and Irene
We had a fantastic stay at the Campspace site "Open Air Cherry Tree" in Heidelberg. Our host Andreas welcomed us at a predefined point and accompanied us to the site. He showed us around and made us feel very welcome. It is a beautiful site, exactly as in the picture with many fruit trees and flowers. A gem in a city!! We would love to come again.
Climbing trees allowed, but at your own risk. (The walnut tree at the top is nice for climbing)
Don't walk where flowers grow.
If you make fire, only away from trees, keep it small (1m diameter) and watch. If you go away, extinguish it with water (available).
Checking in and out
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Check-out between: To be agreed