"Rent an RV to discover Germany's sunniest region – the Kaiserstuhl in southwest Baden-Württemberg. A popular destination among young and old, the Kaiserstuhl is is a great choice of camping destination among those wishing to get to know southern Germany, as well as neighboring Alsace. The Kaiserstuhl is in fact a low-lying mountain range and therefore perfect for climbing, for mountain biking, for camping, or just for enjoying great views. The two highest peaks in the region, the Totenkopf (the skull) and the Eichelspitze, both stretch to above 500 meters (1,700 ft.) above sea level. Hikers should not pass up a day's walk along the Neulindenpfad, the most popular trail in the region, which covers around 17 kilometers (11 miles) including the Totenkopf itself. Those looking for something even more more adventurous might prefer a canoe trip along the River Elz. Most famous as a wine region, this corner of Germany gets more sunshine that anywhere else in the country with warm temperatures lasting into fall. Winters can be fairly cold though! Extra shelter is provided by the surrounding hills, which make the Kaiserstuhl ideal for grape growing. Expect some great views when you rent your RV or motorhome in the Kaiserstuhl! Although the Kaiserstuhl is perfect for relaxing among nature, there are plenty of sizable towns within reach. One such example is Freiburg, a historical university town, which is also Germany's southernmost city. And not far from here is the famous Europa Park – Germany's largest theme park is likely to be a hit among fun-seekers of all ages! Being a favorite destination among RV lovers from Germany, in the Kaiserstuhl you'll find a campground to suit your needs. Many of the most popular campgrounds are clustered along the banks of the River Rhine, where you're sure to have the best outlook from your motorhome or trailer. If you want to be close to a town, try searching for campgrounds around Breisach. A good travel guide will be able to tell you which campgrounds have the facilities you and your rental RV need. If camping close to the Rhine, you'll have easy access to neighboring France. The German-French border is of course completely open. Switzerland and Lake Constance are also within easy reach. The only way to experience complete freedom on your vacation in Germany is to rent an RV or motorhome. Find your perfect rental RV in the Kaiserstuhl with Campanda."