Campsite map

On the left of the map is the entrance and exit to the campsite

  • This is on a dead-end street with therefore very little car traffic. It is calm on our campsite.
  • At the exit to the right, at 350m, is the little station of Hony . A bit further (600m) you will find the artisanal bakery  and the bio grocery Al Bètchète in the village of Hony. At the exit to the left you can walk in a few minutes to the swimming dam, which is a gateway to the Boucle de l’Ourthe nature reserve, a great place for hiking and cycling.

To the right of the map, at the back of the campsite, flows the Ourthe.

On the footpath along the Ourthe to the left, you walk to the village of Hony, e.g. for the bakery.

  • To the right you walk to pebble beaches where it’s nice to paddle. If you walk a little further, you also come to the dam that is an entrance to the nature reserve ‘la Boucle de l’Ourthe’. The road takes you back to the campsite entrance.
  • We have 80 individual pitches to rent. There are mostly tent, caravan and van campers. We have eight pitches for larger motorhomes up to 7m. For motorhomes up to 7.5m, we have one pitch on the hiker’s field. The camper pitches have paved surfaces, are spread across the site, among the tents and caravans (and are therefore not tightly lined up). The mix makes for a nice vibe.

The hikers’ field, at the top left of the map, is mainly for travellers passing through by bike, hiking or by train . It is an idyllic field surrounded by lots of greenery.

You will see nice vintage caravans and (mini)campers at our place.

All individual pitches are spacious and surrounded by lots of greenery.

  • Regular pitches – min. 50m2 – marked with a number on the map, without a star
  • Medium pitches – min. 70m2 – with a small star – 26,34,75,76 & 79
  • Biggest pitches – min. 90m2 – with a bigger star – 31,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,71,74,77 & 81
  • Water pitches – min 50m2 – 10,22,23,49,50,51,52,53 & 54. No. 24 is a water pitch for motorhomes.
  • Motorhome pitches – min. 60m2 – with a big star – 7,8,9,36,37,39 & 70. There is also a waterfront motorhome pitch (24) and a motorhome pitch on the hiker’s field.

There are shaded and sunny spots. The east where the sun rises is marked on the map.

  • The campsite has a more open area with 1m-high hedges lining the individual pitches (light green on the map). Fully grown, they too will provide more privacy and shelter.
  • There are also pitches with lots of privacy and shelter, with hedges of > 2m (dark green). Something for everyone! There are trees all over the site.

  • You can park a car on the pitch. If you prefer to park it (or a second car) on the car park near the entrance or at the level of pitches 82 – 63, that is also possible.
  • There is electricity for every pitch from the red dots on the map (except on the hikers’ field, there is no electricity there). Bring a long extension cord and possibly a connector. We have only a few to borrow. Read more about electricity.
  • The blue dots are water points with drinkable water. In the sanitary area, past reception, there is drinkable water from every tap, cold and hot. The chemical toilet and grey water drain are also in the sanitary area.

  • Near the entrance are the various waste containers for separating waste. Near the chemical toilet is a compost bin where you can dispose of (only) raw green waste.
  • We have no tents or other camping equipment for rent. There are no annual or seasonal pitches. We also have no mobile homes, bungalows or glamping tents on the site, which makes it quiet in appearance.

Read more about the variety of pitches, the hikers’ field, the communal fire pit, the large playing field, the idyllic terrace, the cosy brown bar and the sanitary facilities . 

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