The Eifel-Camp is situated in the middle of the fascinating nature of the Eifel. Forests, meadows, broom heaths, quiet creek valleys, lakes, maars, and volcanoes characterize the landscape. Many rare plants and wild animals can be observed here.
But also from a geological point of view, the Eifel is very diverse: there are many interesting stones, minerals, and fossils to be found. Discover the millions of years old history of the Eifel!
The Freilinger See is a bathing lake surrounded by nature, only a few steps away from the Eifel-Camp. With excellent water quality, it attracts numerous visitors in summer, but also provides anglers with remote, quiet areas. Holders of a fishing license can catch perch, pike, and roach. Fishing permits are available at the reception in the Eifel-Camp.
Right in front of its entrance, the Eifel-Camp has two valleys worth seeing:
In the unique juniper nature reserve Lampertstal, which can be reached on foot from the Eifel-Camp, orchids, kitchen bells, gentians and autumn crocuses bloom from spring to autumn.
You can discover the romantic Ahr valley by bike, on foot or by car and be fascinated by the beauty this famous landscape has to offer.