The KNAUS Campingpark Dorum is located directly at the North Sea coast between Cuxhaven and Bremerhaven in the wonderful holiday region Cuxland / Wurster North Sea coast. The location in front of the dyke offers an impressive view of the Wadden landscape and the changing game of tides.
Not only water sports enthusiasts, cyclists and sunbathers, but also nature lovers will get what they pay for. Swimming in the open sea, the crab-cutter returning from the catch - that spends his camping holiday on the Wurster North Sea coast, hears the breathing of the sea, the mud flat can smell and lives in its rhythm. You can also enjoy the water in the saltwater bath "Watt'n Bad". For this you get free entrance, just pay the tourist tax.
The Lower Saxony Deichmuseum in Dorum shows the history of dyke construction on the Lower Saxony coast. It is the only museum in Europe to deal exclusively with the topic of dyke construction and coastal protection in all its facets.
Visit the directly adjacent lighthouse "Obereversand", also known as the highest of Wurster watt lighthouses. From there you can enjoy the view across the land and sea.
Further trips to the many sights of Bremerhaven offer with the Emigrants' House, the German Maritime Museum, the climate or cities like Cuxhaven and Bremen. Only a few steps away you will find the Lower Saxony mud flat, which in 2010 was recognized by the UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage. At the aviation museum Nordholz you will find everything that has characterized aviation. From Zeppelin to the fighter jet, there is a lot to discover on 36,000 square meters.
The former sulfur saltwater bath in Dorum-Neufeld received a new design.
The touristic highlight at our coastal section has been realized with a state of the art new building with many exciting attractions for young and old.
Whether a brodel bay, underwater plains with a direct view to the North sea, 2 slides or a hall with view to the UNESCO-World Natural Heritage mud flat will offer you a lot.!
"Green is the land, red is the Kant, white is the beach, this are the colours of Helgoland" The island is a unique natural monument shaped by wind and water. With a size of only one square kilometre the island is not very large, but 61,3 meters high, the red rock in the sea is the highest peak in the circle Pinneberg to which the island with its 1400 inhabitants belongs.
The seaside town Bremerhaven at the entrance of the North seas offers you attractions and maritime experiences of different kinds. The sea in the north and the charming environment surround the largest city on the German North coast. A trip with the double decker harbour bus across Europe`s largest hub of container and car transhipment, a guided tour of the world famous Lloyd shipyard, a beach in the heart of the city, the German Emigration Centre and other extraordinary highlights will give you fascination!
Barbecue is allowed
Mobile home Mars
To be paid on spot (cash): Deposit: 100,00 EUR, tourist tax (with payment of the tourist tax you get free entrance to the Solewellenbad Watt`n Bath) • Included: TV, final cleaning, energy costs • To be requested upon reservation (up to 14 days before arrival) and to be paid on spot: Bed linen (on request): 10,00 EUR per person (initial equipment and per change) • Pet: not allowed.
Execution: Lower Terrace without canopy (due to 24-hour clearance period in case of storm warning).
Arrival and departure: until 28.05. and from 30.08.: Daily, min. 3 nights • 29.05. - 29.08.: Daily, min. 4 nights.