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Campingplatz Prahljust

 

UG (haftungsbeschraenkt) & Co. KG

CEO: Karin Landers

An den langen Brüchen 4

D-38678 Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Germany

Tel: +49 (0) 5323 1300

Email: Camping@Prahljust. de

Web: http://www. prahljust. de

 

Camping Prahljust located in Clausthal-Zellerfield in the Harz Mountains, Germany. The site is next to a lake surrounded by a forest, just the thing if you like walking and /or cycling. Explore the stunning natural environment. The site is also near the Brocken steam railway within the Harz national park. Clausthal-Zellerfield is a nice town and also Goslar. A little further away is Wulfenbuttel, which used to be the base of the British Rine Army in cold war years. We had a good reason to pay a visit.

Very good site, however you are only allowed 3kw of electric per day with Camping Cheques, camp staff connect /disconnect and take a meter reading, it does cost if you go over, I just used more gas.

Nice little bar and restaurant, serving good traditional meals and local beer. Good toilet /shower /dish washing facilities and warm, it is also a winter campsite. If needed, there is the use of electric hot plates in the dishwashing area, good for a big pan of stew, well for winter time.

Good safe lake for swimming. ohmy.png

 

Visit September 2010.

 

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Wolfenbuttel, brings back memories. Lived there for three years.

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  • 11 months later...

camping@prahljust. de

www. prahljust. de

We visited in July 2012 and this is what we thought:

 

Conveniently situated in the heart of the Harz this is a year round campsite which takes camping cheques all year round too.

 

There are a lot of permanent pitches, some smart, some a bit run down. The touring pitches vary a lot in size and position, but are all grassy, fairly level, and most have a small gravelled hardstanding area in the centre of the pitch. They are numbered but not otherwise marked or divided. We were there during a long period of wet weather and it was all very muddy, and the grass was very long as the rain had made it impossible to mow. June/July 2012 was a particularly bad summer all over northern Europe so I think we probably saw the site at its worst – when the sun shone it was much more attractive!

 

There are three large sanitary blocks of a good standard. Showers are push-button and there is plenty of hot water. Because the site stays open for winter sports enthusiasts the facilities are all well- enclosed. Washing machines and dryers are 3 euros each and there is also a drying room.

 

The site is surrounded by hills and forest and popular with walkers. There are good facilities for tent campers – a large room with cooking facilities and tables and chairs. It’s also good for dog-owners, as you can take up to five dogs, and they have their own shower! The lake can be used for swimming, boating and fishing. There is also a small indoor swimming pool and a sauna. We didn’t use the bar and restaurant, but they looked pleasant.

 

Electricity use is metered, but we were there for 5 nights and paid only 3. 80 euros extra. Wifi is free throughout but the connection was not very good.

 

There are several supermarkets in the nearby town of Clausthal, and also a big farmers’ market every Thursday evening in summer. There are plenty of things to see in the vicinity: the picturesque old towns of Goslar and Wernegerode, and the narrow-gauge steam railway which goes to the summit of the Brocken, the highest point in the Harz.

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Not sure to every pitch, but there was a tap on the corner of ours and plenty more taps around.

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