To say it again with all clarity: We are a small, privately run campsite for families, cyclists, nature lovers and other visitors to the Lower Rhine who like to camp and who appreciate the natural, personal and relaxed atmosphere on our site. We are not a party place! Unfortunately, you can't celebrate here like it might be possible at other campsites or festival sites. You camp in our private garden and we value personal contact with our guests. We don't have a corner where you can be alone and let the sow out.
For reasons of youth protection, we have a ban on spirits on the pitch, which means vodka, whiskey, Jägermeister and mixed drinks stay at home or are disposed of. Music systems of any kind, including howler cubes and ridiculous mobile phone loudspeakers are forbidden. Our night rest from 10 p.m. until morning must be observed. You are rarely alone on the pitch and even if you are, we always sleep next door and nature around you.
We also offer our guests a nice, solid and clean sanitary building. However, some Parookas 2015 found it necessary to shower in full gear - it was so incredibly hot - and leave a muddy landscape behind. Tell me, are you still okay? Peace, joy, pancake looks different! And if you almost have to throw up in the morning - sorry, in the afternoon - and half an hour later your blissful friends push a coward on you and then drink it with a distorted face, you'd better let yourself be admitted directly. Sorry, but we don't want people like that here!
So, think carefully about whether Anna Fleuth is the right place for you. And don't be surprised if we don't respond to inquiries about the festival weekends or ask specifically what you're up to. You are welcome to camp with us and visit the festivals. But respect us, our place rules and the other guests. We've had really nice festival guests who enjoyed the atmosphere at the campground. If you want to be one of them, you have to convince us personally.
Greetings from Winnekendonk,