The campsite Berlin-Kladow is located right to the former iron curtain on the western side. It is open all year round and very conveniently located for the caravan group among us.
Level terrain makes aligning the caravan easy. The pitch has a grass ground and is sufficiently even. The sanitary facilities are tidy and a bit outdated. We don't care much about that, because whether old or new, everything here is spotlessly clean. Fresh water taps are sufficiently present, but seasonally conditioned, switched off. The way to the wash house is also completely in order for the spoiled camper.
This really large campsite has a high percentage of permanent campers who are now, at the beginning of March, slowly getting ready to wake up their domiciles from their hibernation. We saw two children's playgrounds where the children can let off steam.
The course is located near the Gross-Glienicker See lake, through which the border between Berlin and Brandenburg runs today. The Havel River flows on the opposite side of the village, so this is the right place for water sports enthusiasts.
In the village itself there are enough shopping possibilities where you can buy supplies for your survival. Gleches also applies, next to the Clubheim, the small square pub, where down-to-earth German cuisine awaits the guest. If you want something more dignified, visit the Italian in the village, which can be reached by car in 5, 6 minutes. Attention! It goes through a residential area! Here traffic coming in from the right side has got priority!
We were here for the first time for our annual visit to the ITB. Much to our delight the place is ideally located to get to the city center of Berlin, because the traffic jams in the morning and evening are not worth mentioning.
Quiet ... you don't think you're stationed in Berlin, but somewhere in the countryside. A place as a great starting point for all kinds of activities in the abundant nature of the River Havel and the lakes nearby or the bustling life of the capital.