Campingplatz Rüdesheim is a site in Rudesheim, Germany.
We've visited twice, in June 2009 and June 2010.
Rüdesheim-am-Rhein is a special place for us, one that we've been visiting for years. Prior to getting the motorhome, we used to stay at a wonderful hotel called Rüdesheimer Schloss, situated on the main tourist trap of Drosselgasse. This is a great hotel - one of the best wine gardens in town, coupled with a boutique hotel where all the little details are just right. Having the motorhome is great in many ways, but one of our disappointments was it meant no more stopovers at Rüdesheimer Schloss...but Campingplatz Rüdesheim provided the best alternative.
All motorhomes are on hardstanding (caravans on grass), in two separate areas. One is next to the owner's house, and overlooks the Rhine. The main area is at the back of the site, but no more than 100 yards from the riverbank. EHU is available if required, and there's a motorhome disposal point.
There's a small shop, and cafe selling fast food and ice creams. There's reasonable toilets (that weird European arrangement of toilet roll coming from a communal dispenser outside the cubicals...make sure you grab enough!!), and token operated showers.
Things to do? Rüdesheim. It may be a bit of a German Blackpool, but good fun nevertheless : if you don't enjoy the wine & music, there's summat wrong with you. On the subject of wine, well the Rieslings are superlative - not the stuff the Germans export to the UK. We can particular recommend Georg Breuer's output...try it at Rüdesheimer Schloss, then go to buy a crate from his outlet at the far end of town. Dining wise, the German equivalent of the fry-up, the grill platter is just something that has to be eaten every day (recommend basement restaurant at the top of Drosselgasse).
Otherwise, the tourist tat places will keep you occupied for an afternoon. A ride on a boat up the Rhine valley past Loreley is a must - if you're short of time go one way on the boat, return by train. The cable car up to the Germania monument is worth a go as well.
Would we go back? Undoubtedly.