** 25 Years Syncro Event, Germany 30th April 2010 **

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What do you recon Jed, how many vans can we get in their? Had a look at the aerial image and there seems to be a few different areas and a quiet deadend access road.

jebiga41 wrote:sorry for the delay guys 4 sites at Dortmund from Reise Mobil Bordatlas 2009 they all look like caravan parks can't find any stellaplatz but probably better for the convoy see what you think scanned and translated so sorry about the typos/grammer etc but you get the gist of it and some laughs :lol:


Mobile Camp Dortmund
Wipe Linger Weg 50
Tel: 0209/9776282 Fax: 0209/9776286
E-mail: mobilcampfteb.de, Internet: www. mobile camp. de
GPS: 51'31'13 "N / 7'23'51" E

Area: 5 ha gro8er middle of the parking area parks BAB-Kreuz Dortmund on DO-Hafen, ouch f. severe friction
semobile. 0 is recommended. W A / .owr • M = 50 to 12 m Long on the sand / gravel, grass, asphalt, 7 € per camper including 2 pers., 10 Card 55 €, additional person. € 3, electricity 0.50 E / kWh, Water 1 €, showers in brine 1 €
Other: OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND, for Leinenzwang Dogs
On the Lot:! # • A O sP 46 ® -4 m & b ~Other: Salt Water, tight-rope crag.Ant: BAB45 Dep Dortmund-Marten, dir. Kirch Linde, the crossingtion Barenbruch / st Rahmer right behind Bahnuberf. right.

Aktlvitaten: parking space belongs to a chapel from the17. Century, in which one church and a civil can marry, tennis, mini golf, FuBball.
Eating: Hot Kitchen: 09.30-23.00 clock, main dishes:from 4 €, from 3 € breakfast, restaurant, "The Parkside '300 m.
Sports & leisure activities: ni, 0.5 kilometers, and 0.5 kilometers.Other: ice-rink in winter, mini golf, tennis, lake.
Entternungen: 6 1.2 km, 1.2 kilometers, 0.2 kilometers ©.
Sightseeing: Route of Industrial Heritage.




44229 Dortmund-Locklember -
Karte D6 (Seite 79), fl
31623 Drakenbur+ * NEU
Hotel Zum Kuhlen Grunde
Galoppstra8e 57, Familie Pieper-Bonnermann
TeL: 0231/73870, Fax: 0231/7387100
E-Mail: infoQzum-kuehlen-grunde.de
Internet: wwwzum-kuehlen-grunde.de
GPS: 51 °27`57"N/7°27`57"E
Area: Pitches at a hotel-restaurant in single location siidlichen located on the outskirts, near Zoo and Romberg Park. AAA = 8 on gravel, 5 € per RV, electricity € 3. Other: Open all year.
On the Lot:! (& -3; ®
Antahrh BAB45 Exit 8 DO-Sud, B54 direction DO-Do-Wellinghofen Center exit, turn DO-left direction on the Hombruch Zillestral3e after about 500 m turn left into GaloppstraBe.
Activities: City visit.
Eating: Hot Kitchen: 11.30-22.00 clock,Main courses from € 7, Other: Closed on Sundays.
Sports & leisure activities: a ~ a 3.5 km, i ~ 0 km.Others: Zoo 0.5 kilometers, 0.8 kilometers Rombergpark,
Westfalenhalle-stadium and park 3.5 kilometers.Entternungen: N 0 km, V 2 km, OO 1 km.
Sightseeing: Botanical Garden, Zoo,Westphalia Park 3.5 kilometers, casino Hohensyburg 5 km,medieval city center of Dortmund 5 km.

Kame 02 (page 75), E4
27632 Dorum-Nevfeld
Wahnmobilhaten country sausages
® Am Neuen Deich 2a, Barbel and Hans-Georg Eggers
Tel: 04741/180777, mobile: 0160/6617842
E-mail., Wohnmobilhafen@web.de
Internet: wwwwohnmobilhafen.de
GPS: 5344'19 "N/813l '11" E
Area: Mobile home space directly behind the dike at the National Lower Saxony Wadden Sea Park. 0A, = 21 to 10 m
Long on gravel, from 1.4. to 31.10. € 8 from 1.11. until 31.3. 6 €, current 2 €, 1 € water, shower and toilet 2 € LTAG.
The washroom is from 1.11. to 31.3. closed.
Other: ganzj. geiiffnet registration at the miniature golf course.
On the Lot:! SP ~ A ® Em 75
Antahrt: from Dorum after Dorum-Neufeld, the main street Towards the beach, turn right just before the Deichiiberfahrt , turn right after 100 meters is the right place.
Automatic barrier at the entrance.
Activities: Small boat ride, gefiihrt Wattwanderung.
Eating: fish + sea, 200 m.
Sports & leisure activities: aza 0.2 kilometers, and 0.2 kilometers, 0.2 kilometers cM.
Other: Mini Golf 0 km, children's play house 0.2 kilometers.
Distances: 6 0 km, 'R 0.3 kilometers, (9 0.2 km.
Sightseeing: dike Museum 6 km,
Aeronauticum 10 km, Seashell Museum is 10 km, Museum
Watts fishing for 12 km.

C ~ 1Reisemobilstellplatz Drakenburg
Raven Wiedemann, watersports Wesere.V.
Tel: 05024/401
E-mail: info@wassersporf-weser.de
Internet: wwwwassersport-weser.de
GPS: 52 ° 41 `40" N / 9 ° 12 `3" E
Area: lawn within the open Vereinsgelandes at the campsite on the eastern Weserufer.9Q =40 on grass, 8 € per camper includes electricity, showers and VE, 3 € per person.
Other: geiiffnet April to October, depending on Water level of the Weser.
At the Stellplafzen: s), 4 m ® S41
Other: showers, washer / dryer,
Cooking facilities.
Directions: Exit to BAB2 Garbsen, B6 and Nienburg,
B215 north to Drake Castle. Through the village and at the
Weser River to the campground.
Activities: cycling, signposted cycling days,
Trips, fishing.
Dining: Bed and Breakfast in the village 1.5 kilometers.
Sports & recreation facilities:
Coarse Kartodromo Drakenburg 1.5 kilometers.
Distance: 1.5 kilometers N, V 6 km.
Sightseeing: Drake renaissance castle gate
Heritage Museum and 1.5 kilometers.

Has somebody in the know made a decision about the stop over location in Germany?
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When having a look for campsites in Dortmund area, i came across this.

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0& ... -1ZZhh_r-Q" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Someone's been busy, stand up and take a round of applause this industrious person.
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syncro up wrote:When having a look for campsites in Dortmund area, i came across this.

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0& ... -1ZZhh_r-Q" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Someone's been busy, stand up and take a round of applause this industrious person.

I think that was either Pete or Sharon .....
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syncro up wrote:What do you recon Jed, how many vans can we get in their? Had a look at the aerial image and there seems to be a few different areas and a quiet deadend access road.

You will get a good few in their, thing is it should be quiet because of the time of year, it being mid week and lets face it its only going to be campers parked up their at night time.

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I did try and get as much information as possible, hopefully it will be of some use.
Just a little bit more now.
FERRIES
Usually you should arrive a minimum of 45mins prior to departure but in busy times arrive 1hr 30min prior to departure.
With the current circumstances I am thinking that we should be all be aiming for a 6.30am arrival in the port - breakfast in the port.

Then on the point of stopping we are in the current mind of driving as far as we can hopefully actually making Mammut in within the day. It is quite feasable the only sticky bit I think is Essen Dortmund area beacause of how built up it is and the tram services they have running through there. Otherwise the route is relatively easy.
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JustSharon wrote: the only sticky bit I think is Essen Dortmund area beacause of how built up it is and the tram services they have running through there.

Are you not using the motorway system around Essen / Dortmund?
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yeah we are, but just recalling our last visit and we were in the middle! But then we were looking for the new syncro and a place to stop - think we had a fuel issue at some point which made it slightly worse.
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JustSharon wrote: FERRIES
Usually you should arrive a minimum of 45mins prior to departure but in busy times arrive 1hr 30min prior to departure.
With the current circumstances I am thinking that we should be all be aiming for a 6.30am arrival in the port - breakfast in the port.

Totally agree, better to be too early than a little late.

JustSharon wrote: Then on the point of stopping we are in the current mind of driving as far as we can hopefully actually making Mammut in within the day. It is quite feasable the only sticky bit I think is Essen Dortmund area beacause of how built up it is and the tram services they have running through there. Otherwise the route is relatively easy.

Is there any benefit getting to Mammut park on the wednesday? I'm assuming were not allowed in to camp untill the thursday?
Just wondering as a half way stop might produce two easy journeys rather than one marathon (nightmare with kids) session, and as we'll all have been up since 6am...

We can always take this as it comes, unless there are enought 'family' vans going that want to arrange a stop over inadvance :?:
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We are going to see how it goes,no kids these days but will still stop if needs be, We intend to enjoy the whole trip, not just the meeting. and I am getting old and tired these days! :cry:

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The main problem has been trying to find suitable stopping places, although you can probably spend the night in services car parks etc. I think the best plan is to play it by ear.

There is no problem arriving at MammutPark early, you can just pay the extra camping on the gate (€3 per person per night).

If you look at this thread here http://forum.club8090.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=67373 there is a carpark in a town near Paderborn where you could stay ...
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JennyTyger wrote: If you look at this thread here http://forum.club8090.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=67373 there is a carpark in a town near Paderborn where you could stay ...

Thanks Jenny, the offer of hospitality is generous, but hes (relatively) rather close to Mammut Park.

I've taken the liberty of approaching these two sites to see if they would have space to accomodate us (from Sharons map).

http://www.ruhrtalblick.de/dauercamping-english.shtml" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

http://www.camping-hohensyburg.de/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

The second one has a large tent area which has electic, that might be the best bet.
Althought these are both just short of 4hrs from Dunkirk, and as Mammut Park is only 5hr45, we should perhaps be looking at an earlier stop.

What do those on the 8am ferry want to do? Do you want to keep going, stop at a proper campsite and pay around 20E or a cheaper service station style option on the road :?:
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I quite fancy driving along with the convoy for a while and overnighting on the way so we could explore a village type place that we wouldnt have ever usually have gone to. We will be at the venue for quite a few nights anyway after all so would be good to grab a schnitzel and one of those bug jugs of beer on the way.

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Jed, As usual you have all the best ideas!? :ok

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Syncro's booked in for MOT this afternoon as it expired at the start of the month ...so fingers crossed!

But all being well I'll be on the 08:00 next Wednesday Morning with the massed syncro's.
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rogerg-wagon wrote:Jed, As usual you have all the best ideas!? :ok

who's ya daddy :lol:

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