Nestled in the heart of Alsace by the commune of Boofzheim, Camping Le Ried is a peaceful, mid-sized resort with lush green surroundings and great access to the river Rhine. Campers who love the fresh air of the great outdoors and scenic countryside will revel in a stay here.
The park has a wide-ranging water complex featuring indoor and outdoor swimming pools, plus a paddling pool with a water playground for tiny tots. A refreshing dip can be enjoyed at the nearby lake, where visitors can also relax with a spot of fishing.
Active campers who make their way to the multisport ground can work up a sweat with a game of volleyball, football, basketball, badminton or table tennis. You can escape from the sun for a while and head to the games room for some billiards or table football. If that’s not enough entertainment for the little ones, then send them over to the Kid’s Club where they can gleefully participate in tournaments, treasure hunts, arts and crafts. Theme parties, cocktail games and live shows and music provide the entertainment for adults.
The resort has all the amenities you need to have a comfortable stay. There is a breakfast delivery service so you can enjoy the first meal of the day in your accommodation. The pizzeria and takeaway are great places to get quick lunches and dinners, while the restaurant has a nice menu with regional and international dishes. The site also features a snack bar and souvenir shop.
We have a fantastic selection of accommodation onsite, including a range of mobile homes as well as lodges and pitches. Our mobile units feature convenient amenities, spacious living areas and are located on shaded emplacements.
Around Le Ried Campsite
The immediate vicinity around the campsite is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, especially those who love exploring the beautiful natural settings by foot or by bicycle. The river Rhine is close by so a spot of kayaking or fishing is possible. Farther afield lies the stunning Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg, a 12th century red brick castle steeped in history.
To the south, the charming town of Colmar is worth a visit, if only to explore the splendid cobblestone streets and early Renaissance architecture. The cultural city of Strasbourg lies to the north, and boasts many nice attractions such as the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg, the half-timbered houses of Petite-France and Parc de l'Orangerie.