Our camp will be an open space where children and people with disabilities are explicitly welcome.
The following information should help you to better assess the accessibility of our camp. Otherwise, you can always contact the info tent on site and we will be happy to help you.
Arrival and departure by train: Information about this can be found above (camp site and travel information).
Actions: Actions will be planned in such a way that people with disabilities can also take part. Please contact us on site so that we can discuss together.
Terrain: The camp is registered on a public green space with paved paths.
Kitchens: The kitchen for everyone will be outside and will be vegan. There will be 3 meals a day. In case of intolerances, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanitary facilities: We are organizing sinks, showers if necessary, and accessible porta-potties will definitely be available.
Sleeping: The tent area is located on a meadow. It may be possible to park a camper/caravan in the car park near the camp.
Language: We will write all signs on the camp in German and English. Translations will be self-organized. Volunteer translators can contact the Infopoint. If you are looking for translators, please contact the Infopoint.
If you need sign language translators, please register in advance via our registration form and we will try to organize people for this.
There are no offers in easy language. However, we ask the people running the workshops to consider language as a barrier and to be available for questions.