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Check the weather chart in Kassel to prepare yourself for your trip
June is the warmest month of the year in Kassel, with average temperatures reaching 23°C. Meanwhile, the coldest month is February, with average temperatures reaching -2°C.
The rainiest month of the year is August. On the other hand, the smallest rainfall can be expected in September.
Read the answers to frequently asked questions about Kassel
Kassel is located in the north of Hesse and is visited by many RV enthusiasts and RVs. But not only Hesse is popular for a RV holiday around Kassel, Göttingen or the Weserbergland region all the way to Lower Saxony can also be visited by RV. A very popular domicile near Kassel is the Edersee, the largest reservoir in northern Hesse. In Edertal there is a beautiful trolley track. There is also a house that stands on its head. If you go in there, you can see chairs, tables and all the furniture hanging from the ceiling. With a RV, there are plenty of places to stay in Edertal, right on the river Eder, which flows through the small town. Unfortunately, the Edersee no longer has much water, so the slopes down to the shore are very long and stretch deep into the valley. You can swim in some places. The bathing beaches are signposted, and the numerous campsites also have bathing facilities. High above the lake on the mountain sits the rustic and ancient Waldeck Castle. From here you have a wonderful view of the lake and can watch the boats that take tourists from one shore to the other deep down on the water. The dam of the lake is further south. The large city of Kassel is only about 30 kilometres from Lake Edersee. It is famous for the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe and the Fridericanum, a museum with numerous art exhibitions that are always changing. Kassel has a well-developed tram network, as it is not advisable to drive into the city centre with a RV. South of the Edersee, the Haina Monastery lies comfortably in a small village surrounded by forest. The monastery has a rich history, as it is one of the most famous monastery complexes in Hessen. You can hike here, but you can also visit the monastery. The monastery church in particular has numerous historical artefacts.
In the north of Hessen, it is usually cool in winter and around 0 to 5 degrees. In harsh winters it can usually get as low as -10 degrees, and snow is not uncommon here either. In contrast to the Rhine, the climate here is harsher. In summer, however, it can often get hot in the city of Kassel. It lies in a basin and the heat accumulates here. Then it is more pleasant in the surrounding area, at the Edersee, with numerous campsites and a bathing beach. In autumn and spring, of course, RV trips are at their best, because then you can explore the destinations by bike or on a hike. The weather is not too hot and not too cold, like in high summer and winter. The campsites are also cheaper in the off-season. Sightseeing at 20 degrees and with little sun is the most fun. You can rent a RV in Kassel all year round. Even in winter, there are a few campsites open that look forward to your visit. In summer, you can use your camping holiday for swimming, because not only the Edersee is one of the most beautiful lakes in the north of Hesse, but also the Weser invites you to swim, as does the Affolderner See, which is also close to the Edersee.
There are about 8 campsites around the Edersee. One is located directly on a peninsula, the other not far from the dam wall. All are quiet and secluded, as well as in the middle of nature. Green plots with hedges provide a certain distance from the neighbour. It is possible to experience a wonderful RV holiday not only at Lake Edersee, but also further south in Hesse. To the west of Kassel near Hann. Münden, where the Fulda and Werra rivers flow into the Weser, there are several places to stay with your RV. It is also possible to park your RV up the Weser at Bad Karlshafen or Reinhardshagen. The trip along the Weser can be beautiful and varied. The Weserbergland region invites you to go hiking and cycling, but also to go sightseeing in the small towns that are shaped by the river. There are numerous campsites along the Weser. A popular destination in the area is the Sababurg Zoo with its numerous wild animals. This park is a highlight for families with children, because you can experience the animals up close here.
Kassel is a big city that is served by ICE trains from all directions. You can easily get to the city from Berlin, Hamburg or Munich. If you are from Hesse, then the Hessenticket, which is valid throughout the entire state for the whole day, is sufficient. The train is a good alternative for travelling to the RV rental in Kassel. There is an airport near the city, so it is possible to arrive by plane and continue to the city centre by train. The campstar station is close to the train station. Therefore, it is not too far to walk with your luggage. Even if you travel by car and leave it at the station, you can use the motorways. The city of Kassel is on the A 7 motorway, which runs through Germany from north to south. There are various ways to get to Kassel from all over Germany.
When renting a RV, it is important to obtain precise information about the insurance and the coverage of the vehicle. This is the only way to ensure a safe holiday. There is comprehensive insurance for the vehicle, but there is also interior insurance. If you accidentally damage the cooker or other furniture, the insurance will pay the costs incurred. In Germany, you can travel free of charge on the motorway with your RV, as there are no tolls in the country. When booking, you can choose between an alcove, van or RV, depending on how many people want to travel with you. A larger RV is worthwhile for the whole family. Panel vans are more suitable for couples because they are small and compact and are also worthwhile for city tours because they fit into smaller parking spaces. There should be the right vehicle for everyone, because you can only get that at the campstar station in Kassel.