Motorhome port at Schachtholm NOK airfield

Here in the green there are 52 RV pitches directly on the Kiel Canal only a road separates the NOK from the motorhomes. Right next to it is the Schachtholm airfield and a nice inn called Himmelsstürmer.
Please note that there are no sanitary facilities on site at the motorhome port at Schachtholm NOK airfield and that arrival is only possible with a motorhome incl. a separate wet cell is possible.

  • Busy shipping traffic
  • Bread service
  • Inn on the square
52 pitches | at Schachtholm airfield | directly at the Kiel Canal

Number of spaces

Prices see website | Electricity per kWh 0,60 € | Disposal gray water, fecal cassette 1,00 € (piece)

Price

Open throughout the year

Opening hours

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booking, information and

Equipment / service

Dogs / pets allowed
Winter camping possible

Supply and disposal / technology

Emptying of waste water tanks
Emptying of cassette / chemical toilets
Accessible disposal station
Garbage disposal
Waste separation required
Internet connection / W-LAN available
CEE sockets (16 amps)

Stand / location

Close to the lake / water
paved

Restaurant

Skystormers

0,95 km

Beer garden

Coffee and beer garden Breiholzer Ferry Kommbüse

2,8 km

Grocery store

E active market Plikat

5,3 km

Bread service

Coastal roll

Boutique

Old town Rendsburg

10,7 km

Bike paths

The paved service road along the canal is open to pedestrians and bicyclists and enables both sides along almost the entire length of the canal. Bike tours in close proximity to the ships. The Translate to the respective other channel side with one of the numerous Ferries is free of charge. This had Emperor Wilhelm had already issued a decree in order to achieve greater acceptance among the population, since the artificial waterway would be äl
tere traffic routes. The cycle paths along the Kiel Canal are part of the
German Ferry Road, which opened in May 2004, is a around 250 kilometers long vacation route that runs from Bremervörde on the river Oste to Kiel.

Hiking trails

The paved service road along the canal is open to pedestrians and bicyclists and allows for almost full-length, grade-free bike rides on both sides in close proximity to the ships. Crossing to the other side of the canal with one of the numerous ferries is free of charge. Kaiser Wilhelm had already decreed this in an order
to achieve greater acceptance among the population, since the artificial waterway cuts through older traffic routes. The cycle paths along the Kiel Canal are part of the German Ferry Route, which was opened in May 2004 and is an approximately 250-kilometer-long vacation route that runs from
Bremervörde to the Oste river as far as Kiel.

Things to see and experience

Nature and high ropes course Altenhof

Raspberry farm Gut Steinwehr

Rendsburg High Bridge: The Rendsburg High Bridge is a railroad bridge built between 1911 and 1913, which connects the Nord- Baltic Sea Canal bridged in Rendsburg. The “iron lady” is the landmark of the city of Rendsburg and one of the most important technical monuments in Germany.

Tunnel: A car tunnel and a pedestrian tunnel cross under the canal near Rendsburg. In 1961, the 1,278 m long car tunnel inaugurated. In 1965, pedestrians and cyclists also had their tunnel. You can get into the 130m long tube by elevator or the
Escalator, which is one of the longest in Europe.

Equipment / service

Dogs / pets allowed
Winter camping possible

Supply and disposal / technology

Emptying of waste water tanks
Emptying of cassette / chemical toilets
Accessible disposal station
Garbage disposal
Waste separation required
Internet connection / W-LAN available
CEE sockets (16 amps)

Stand / location

Close to the lake / water
paved

Restaurant

Skystormers

0,95 km

Beer garden

Coffee and beer garden Breiholzer Ferry Kommbüse

2,8 km

Grocery store

E active market Plikat

5,3 km

Bread service

Coastal roll

Boutique

Old town Rendsburg

10,7 km

Bike paths

The paved service road along the canal is open to pedestrians and bicyclists and enables both sides along almost the entire length of the canal. Bike tours in close proximity to the ships. The Translate to the respective other channel side with one of the numerous Ferries is free of charge. This had Emperor Wilhelm had already issued a decree in order to achieve greater acceptance among the population, since the artificial waterway would be äl
tere traffic routes. The cycle paths along the Kiel Canal are part of the
German Ferry Road, which opened in May 2004, is a around 250 kilometers long vacation route that runs from Bremervörde on the river Oste to Kiel.

Hiking trails

The paved service road along the canal is open to pedestrians and bicyclists and allows for almost full-length, grade-free bike rides on both sides in close proximity to the ships. Crossing to the other side of the canal with one of the numerous ferries is free of charge. Kaiser Wilhelm had already decreed this in an order
to achieve greater acceptance among the population, since the artificial waterway cuts through older traffic routes. The cycle paths along the Kiel Canal are part of the German Ferry Route, which was opened in May 2004 and is an approximately 250-kilometer-long vacation route that runs from
Bremervörde to the Oste river as far as Kiel.

Things to see and experience

Nature and high ropes course Altenhof

Raspberry farm Gut Steinwehr

Rendsburg High Bridge: The Rendsburg High Bridge is a railroad bridge built between 1911 and 1913, which connects the Nord- Baltic Sea Canal bridged in Rendsburg. The “iron lady” is the landmark of the city of Rendsburg and one of the most important technical monuments in Germany.

Tunnel: A car tunnel and a pedestrian tunnel cross under the canal near Rendsburg. In 1961, the 1,278 m long car tunnel inaugurated. In 1965, pedestrians and cyclists also had their tunnel. You can get into the 130m long tube by elevator or the
Escalator, which is one of the longest in Europe.

Motorhome port at Schachtholm NOK airfield

Address

Schachtholm
1
24797
Hörsten
Germany

Geospatial data

54*13’30.2“ N

|

9*36’08.2″ E

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Motorhome port at Schachtholm NOK airfield

Address

Schachtholm
1
24797
Hörsten
Germany

Geospatial data

54*13’30.2“ N

|

9*36’08.2″ E

Plan your route now:

Contact options

PHONE: +49 171 4147046

Web

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