Camping Kautenbach is located in the heart of one of the most beautiful walking areas in Luxembourg. Covertly set in a stunning green valley on the shores of the Clerve River, our campsite is completely immersed in peace and tranquillity.

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Panorama Photo: In front of the main building
Panorama Photo: by the pedestrian bridge
Panorama Photo: by the safaritents

The campsite is situated in a unique location. It forms part of Kautenbach, a small town located in the heart of the Luxembourgish Ardennes. The campisite follows the natural shoreline of the Clerve river.

Because of this river bend, it is impossible to oversee the campsite in its entirety from one place. This contributes to the intimacy of the campsite.
You will be completely immersed by nature!

There are various sizes of individual campsites available, which are approximately 50m2, 100m2 or 120m2. Most of them are located in near proximity of the Clerve river.

Because the Camping Kautenbach is rather large, the facilities and amenities are designed accordingly. We provide an internet café, a pool table, and a diversified animation programme during the summer months!

All plots have access to electricity, which is supplied from a central point. The campsite spreads out over approximately 5 hectares and has 250 places. The tarmac roads are lit up. Click here to access the ground plan.

The Campsite is ideal for:

  • young families
  • hikers and walkers
  • nature lovers
  • over-fifties
  • campers travelling through
  • bikers
  • dog owners


You are free to lay out your individual lot as you like. This means that you don’t have to set up your tent, caravan, or camper van the same way your neighbours did. Unless you really want to, of course. There are separate spaces reserved for seasonal or all-year campers.


Children will have the time of their life on our playgrounds, which features an inflatable jumping castle – in addition to the traditional playing equipment!
In the summer, children can play around in the Clerve river. They can build dams or paddle around in the flowing water.

So don’t forget your swimming gear!