My virtual Caravan Site

Planning for Bailey Owners Club Rally 2020


Campingplatz am Rhein, Rudesheim


Documents that have been sent out to Ralliers
 
 
   
General Information
Photos of the 2018 Rally can be found on the Galleries section of the BOC Website
Cash and Credit Cards in Europe
Environmental Badge
Driving Information
   
Site local directions
   
2018 Rally 
   
Road Train  Asbach Tasting 
River Cruise Music Museum
Wine Festival  Train trip to Koblenz 
   
Trip to the Niederwald Monument via Cable Car and Ski Lift
   
Bailey BBQ  German Supper 
 
Group Meal 

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First view of Rudesheim from the Bingen Ferry 
     
The Site 
     
owner's house on the right  site Shop and Restaurant one of the toilet blocks
     
site exit to the Rhine outside the site pedestrian entrance path towards the town 
     
New toilet block 
     
outside seating area site restaurant and friends!
     
  Our favourite snack! Strammer Max  site Bar and Shop 


Next to the Campsite is an open air pool and sports complex which many from the site take advantage of.
      
About 300 metres away is a very comprehensive shopping area with Aldi, Lidl and a couple of other supermarkets as well as a McDonalds, also a petrol station.

Rudesheim itself is a bit of an upmarket tourist resort which does very well from the visiting cruise ships. There is plenty to see and do and many eating and drinking establishments. The local Rhine cruise ships can be boarded from a jetty on the way into the town. Although there is plenty to do around the local area, the site itself is very quiet and peaceful and many campers can be found just sitting out and relaxing, many with a book and a glass of the local wine.
 


Routes from Calais or Dunkirk to Rudesheim.

Route 1 is the direct route we have taken, 348 miles, 330 miles on non-toll Motorways. We take the route via Bingen which is then a short ferry ride to Rudesheim (lasting under 10 min and costing €17 this year for our long caravan), this avoids the sometimes twisty and narrow road from Koblenz on the Rudesheim side or the longer route via Mainz. If you wish to make a stop over on this route, then the Caravan & Motorhome Club bookable site, Den Driesch (REF : H10) at Valkenburg is only 5 miles off the route, it is 200 miles from Calais.
   
   
 
   
Obviously there are plenty of other routes but these we have used often. We often go to Holland for a week or so before going to Germany. This can be a convenient way to break the journey and the roads are very good from Holland.
   
   


Route Planning
Google Maps

Get the coordinates of a place

On your computer, open Google Maps.
Right-click the place or area on the map.
Select What's here?
At the bottom, you’ll see a card with the coordinates.

Degrees, minutes, and seconds (DMS): 41°24'12.2"N 2°10'26.5"E
Degrees and decimal minutes (DMM): 41 24.2028, 2 10.4418
Decimal degrees (DD): 41.40338, 2.17403
 
Via Michelin Route finder

To me one of the most useful route finder sites. The route produced includes the cost of any tolls and the route has graphics of the actual road signs at the junctions. you can register, for free, and save your various routes. This is the route we print out and follow as well as using our TomTom Sat Nav on which we enter the co-ordinates of our destination.
 
French Autoroutes

Web Site of the French Motorway network, includes a route planner using Via Michelin
 
 
 
 
 

Rudesheim Camping

Rudesheim Tourist Information