- Animals welcome
- Drinking water
- Independent dry toilets
- Wireless internet
- Independent shower
- Naturism allowed
- Bicycle storage
- Parking onsite
- Picnic table
- Campfire allowed
- Closed land
- Independent access
- Kids playground
Old pumping station ca. 1870 idyllically located at the foot of the water tower Eilsleben, directly on the Aller.
The old pumping station has the charm of a secluded park paired with the old equipment used to pump water.
Three bicycle and hiking trails intersect on the property.
The site is accessible via two dirt roads. On the property you have a wide choice of pitches. In wet weather, the pitches on the meadows should be avoided.
The sanitary facilities
Wash basin outside. Use only biodegradable degradable products.
Outdoor shower and separation toilet.
Water, solar power and internet possible.
Fire baskets, wood and grill. Balls, frisbee, running wheels, tricycle, children's toys, reading corner.
Table tennis, bicycles and electric John Deere on request.
Children's playground, ropeway, tree swings, fireplace and barbecue available. Biking and hiking trails through the Aller meadows. Distance to the next village with shopping facilities and train station 1 km.
The plant also included four deep wells, two surface water collection basins, and a building for pumps and a building for the pump station attendant and his family. The plant was constantly operated and maintained by the pump attendant. From the pump station, water was pumped into the reservoir of the water tower. From this reservoir, water was supplied at high pressure via large cast-iron pipes to the three water cranes used to refuel steam locomotives in Eilsleben. A water crane could deliver 10 m³ of water per minute and completely refill a locomotive in about three minutes. The total water supply of the tower was sufficient for about five to seven locomotives. The system also included a float that closed a valve when the elevated tank was completely filled and prevented further water from flowing in. There was also an overflow that led to the open air at the base of the tower. Another valve also made it possible to empty the tower completely. In later times, the pump house was also used to chlorinate the drinking water for the railroad workers' houses. *Wikipedia
Love, laughter, singing, dancing, swinging, clapping, playing, cuddling, making out, secrets, adventure, talking, visiting, picnic, respect, freedom, people, animals, flowers⠀
What we don't like: ⠀
Hate, racism, quarrels, violence, robbery, noise, trash, destruction⠀
You may visit us at any time. ⠀
You are welcome to take back any bottles or packaging waste that you have brought yourself.⠀
Of course, we would be happy to receive a small donation to help maintain the pumping station. ⠀
Just leave the area as you found it.
Think of the environment, don't leave any trash lying around.
Pay attention to safety when handling fire.
Do not leave your children unsupervised on the premises!
- Cultural visits
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
We have camped on the property one night in June while passing through. The access is via a dirt road, but easily passable with van.
Lovingly decorated in a rustic style, very quiet. Alex is a nice host, friendly and accommodating. Separate toilet and shower are available and very well maintained. The four-legged companion is welcome, plenty of space to play and walk. So camping is fun!
At Alex we were received after our quite spontaneous booking, friendly and open-minded. Everything important was shown & explained to us.
The spot is like a small Abteuerspielplatz! Very special is the lighting at night!
Small note: The access is a very well paved dirt road on which we found with car and caravan super on the clearing.
Many thanks Alex, that we were allowed to look past!
We stopped for two nights at Alex and his family, on the way to the north. Super nice hosts. Everything was perfect. Ideal terrain to switch off and just enjoy the peace and quiet. Ideal also for our dogs, they also felt very comfortable. If we come back to the area, we will gladly stop again at the old pump station at Alex.