The crackling of wood…cosiness & safety…for everyone!
At our camping you have the possibility to make a fire on your pitch. We have fire days with a few rules so that it stays cosy and safe for everyone.
At the cafe terrace
In the high season, we like to light a fire in the evening in a fire basket on the cafe terrace. A good glass, at a cosy fire, without you having to stoke it yourself… 😉
On the pitch
- during the low season every day from 6 pm
- in the high season Wednesday evening from 7 pm and Saturday evening from 7 pm
- If the fire brigade advises against it – if it is too dry and too hot – you are not allowed to light the fires, regardless of whether it is a fire day or not. Assume that if it is over 25 degrees in high summer that it is not possible. Then there is no basket on the terrace.
- If it is humid (smoke!) or windy, we ask that you do not light a fire on your pitch. It gives too much inconvenience. You are then welcome to join us at the terrace firebasket.
This is announced at the reception desk at 5 pm. So always check from 5 p.m. whether a camp fire is allowed.
- Fire on from 7 pm (6 pm in low season) // firing no later than 10 pm // fire off at 11pm
- In a fire basket or fire bowl
- Bring your own basket or bowl. We don’t have any to lend.
- The fire may not touch the grass, so never start a fire on the ground.
- Place a metal plate under the basket to catch the ashes so that they do not fall onto the grass. Place the metal plate on a few stones (otherwise the grass will scorch away).
- Only use dry wood for firing, which you either bring yourself or buy from the campsite as long as stocks last. There is no sale of wood after 6 pm. Do not throw anything else on the fire.
- Provide a bucket of water for a potential small intervention
- Dump the ashes in the designated area ON THE NEXT MORNING when they are cold. Do not leave anything on the pitch, including wood and wipe out all traces of burning. The campers after you will be grateful 🙂 .
Barbecuing is allowed every day until 9pm except when there is a negative advice. So check every day at 5pm at the reception.
- Put barbecues without legs on a stone, to prevent scorching of the grass.
- Do not throw away the charcoal until the next morning and check if it is really cold.