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|Authorised motorhome service point and night stop|
|Schiltach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 77761|
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|Open from Jan to Dec|
|Services provided by local business 'Trautwein'|
Free including unmetered electricity
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agree with the previous reviews...arrive after 5-6pm and the carpark is empty, we left before 0830am. parking for plenty of mohos. A little 'tight' turning into the lane so take it slow. Lovely town, although we arrived on a sunday and everything was closed. Will defo returnView all reviews by teaboat1973
Lovely place to visit. The site is in a busy local car park which is used by the workers in the town, it does empty around 1700 hours. As has been said trains run to around 2200 hrs and commence at 0600hrs. Their trains are much quieter than ours and it sounds like a lorry going passed. Free services of electric and water are provided, a donation box is present to support the local towns red cross medical teams so give generously. Super little town to walk round and soak up the atmosphere. River walk, great bakeries and a good atmosphere. We will be coming back.View all reviews by steve101
Area is in a car park with service point provided by Trautwein, a local leather goods company. 3 unmetered electric sockets and a water tap - no grey water or WC disposal point.View all reviews by admin
Location is very attractive alongside a river with water mill. However there is a local train line running right next to the site but it doesn’t run at night (cant remember it running after 10:00pm but starts again at 6:00am, Spaces may be tight but the car park does empty after 17:00pm. Water mill exhibition is worth a look explaining the history of the logging and leather industry, free entry (donations accepted) and dogs can enter as well.