The Natural Park of the Upper-Sauer and the picturesque village of Esch-sur-Sûre

Our campsite is situated in the heart of the Natural Park of the Upper-Sauer, one of the Luxembourg's greatest treasures. Majestic plateaus overlooking green valleys and mystical forests, enchanting villages and dozing farmhouses, a nautical sports paradise at the lake of the Upper-Sauer, castles and medieval fortresses...The Ardennes have what it takes to charm you!

Visit the picturesque medieval village of Esch-sur-Sûre to explore the remains of its fortress and dive into the secrets of its drapery, at a mere 7 km away from De Reenert!


Explore the wonders of the lake of the Upper-Sauer by solar boat (10 km away)

Explore the wonders of the lake of the Upper-Sauer from a different perspective during an environmental-friendly solar boat tour, and learn everything you need to know about Luxembourg's biggest drinking water reservoir.

This excursion can be combined with an 8-km-long hiking trail on the left shore of the lake (the amphibian tour).


Visit Bourscheid Castle (7km away)

The remains of Bourscheid castle can be found on a 150-metre-high plateau, overlooking the Sûre. 

After renovating Stolzembourg house and the housekeeper's stay, the castle's towers now offer a breathtaking view over the Sauer valley.  

The castle is lit by night and takes you back to the mysteries of its medieval past. Audio guides are available in German. 



Visit Luxembourg City by public transport (42km away)

Don't waste any precious time looking for an expensive parking spot, just use the public transport available at our doorstep. You'll be in the city centre in a mere 45 minutes and only pay 4 € per traveller for a day ticket.

Luxembourg City is a melting pot of new and modern buildings and historical fortresses and castles. The city boasts a gorgeous historical centre, old battlements and bunkers, and is listed as one of UNESCO's world heritage sites. 

Be sure to visit the Grand Ducal Palace, to stop by at the numerous museums or to trail down the shores of the Alzette into the downtown city. 


Hiking paradise "Müllerthal" (33km away)

Hiking paradise Müllerthal is situated around Berdorf, Consdorf and Beaufort, and offers more than 160 km of adventurous hiking trails in rocky and mysterious surroundings, with sand-rock formations standing for rebellious and wild nature. From a little and cosy walk at the "Schiessentümpel" falls to challenging hikes for adventure-lovers: Müllerthal has got it all!

Be sure to visit Beaufort and Larochette castle while you are in the neighbourhood. We also recommend one of Luxembourg's oldest villages: Echternach boasts narrow streets, captivating remains of its old city walls, a medieval market place and a gothic town house.  


Visit Vianden – a treasure in the Luxembourgish Ardennes! (28km away)

Cosily nested in the Ardennes, at the foot of a magnificent fortress lies the village of Vianden, boasting medieval flair and a long history of tourism. The narrow streets, gothic churches and impressive city walls have attracted thousands of tourists every year for over 100 years.

Combine your visit of the majestic medieval castle with a chairlift tour, or face your fear of heights in the adventure park "Indian Forest". Hiking lovers can explore the well-looked-after trails with gorgeous views

While you're there, go and have a look at the underground power plant of SIDEN, Europe's biggest water pumping station. 


Canoeing on the Sûre (30km away)

Explore the Sûre from a different perspective and embark on a canoeing trip somewhere between Wallendorf and Dillingen. The Sûre forms the natural border between Luxembourg and Germany and discreetly flows through a landscape of both rocky hills and green valleys.

Canoeing is an active way to explore the Sauer valley's beauty and charm, don't miss out!


Weekly markets

Thuesdays: Diekirch (Rue du Marché, Place Bech & Rue du Curé), 08:00-12:00

Wednesdays: Luxembourg (Place Guillaume II & Place de Paris), 07:00-14:00 & Luxembourg-Bonnevoie (Place Léon XIII), 07:00-13:30

Fridays: Ettelbruck (Fussgängerzone), 07:00-13:30
Saturdays: Luxembourg (Place Guillaume II & Place de Paris), 07:00-14:00
Last Saturday of every month (March - October): Heinerscheid (Cornelyshaff), 10:00 - 16:00


Explore the Grand-Duchy with the Luxembourg Card

The Luxembourg Card allows individuals or families/ groups to travel by public transport for 1, 2 or 3 days whilst having access to more than 50 museums and tourist attractions for free. 


Individual card for 1 person:

1 day 13 € ~ 2 days 20 € ~ 3 days 28 €

Family Card (2-5 persons)

1 day 28 € ~ 2 days 48 € ~ 3 days 68 €



Camping Reenert
4 Fuussekaul
L-9156 Heiderscheid LUXEMBOURG
Tel.: (+352) 26 88 88 - 1
Fax.: (+352) 26 88 88 - 28

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