Rhine Fall

The Rhine fall is most likely the best known tourism attraction in the region – just spectacular.

Stein am Rhein

Wandering through the streets of the small medieval town is one of the nicest things to do in the region.


Get to know the region with your bicycle, canoe or by foot.


Keep fit!

GPS treasure hunt – an unusual adventure
Explore the Rhine area in a very special way, by going on an exciting treasure hunt. Use a GPS device to guide you from the site of one clue to the next before finally finding the virtual treasure. More information for adventurers young and old can be found here.

Cycling – electrically assisted or not
From Wagenhausen beside the Rhine, there are interesting bike rides in all directions; for example through the Hegau - a landscape shaped by volcanic activity - to the ruined castle of Hohentwiel near Singen or to the Rhine Falls. Everywhere, you will find well-maintained and clearly signposted cycle tracks, and inns where you can stop for a well-earned break. You can find more information here.

For more about e-bikes and a detailed guide, click here.

Hiking – explore the Lake Constance region
The region around Lake Constance is a hikers' paradise: sunny meadows, fragrant fruit trees, historic buildings and unspoilt waterways. Discover on foot all the wonders that nature has to offer. For our hiking suggestions, click here.

Canoeing – just float along the Rhine
Explore the varied river landscapes of the Rhine by canoe: paddle along in the clear water past historic buildings, unspoilt riverbanks and idyllic bathing beaches – and let yourself drift through your holiday paradise by the Rhine. You can find more information here.

Nordic Walking – gentle exercise by the shores of the Rhine
There is an extensive network of Nordic Walking trails leading from our Wagenhausen campsite through the delightful scenery of the banks of the Rhine and Lake Constance. Using poles protects your joints and increases the amount of energy you burn off. You are welcome to borrow walking poles from us. For our suggested Nordic Walking routes, click here.

Jogging – a new route every day
Of course, the numerous footpaths and cycle paths are also ideal for jogging – you can start right outside the campsite. After your exercise, why not have a well-earned dip in the Rhine? For our suggested jogging routes, click here.

Swimming – cool off in the Rhine or Lake Constance
Just step outside your tent to go for a swim! You can take a refreshing dip in the Rhine from our bathing beach. There are several other places to swim nearby, either in the Rhine or in Lake Constance – for example, in Stein am Rhein, Diessenhofen, Eschenz, Mammern and Steckborn. For an overview of places to swim in the Rhine and Lake Constance, click here.


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