The following areas will be on the camp:

– Camping areas: FLINTA*-only, quiet corner, for Camper-Vans and the noisy corner. (and a few sleeping places in the house).
– Showers and toilets, both indoor and outdoor, FLINTA-only and all-gender.
– Workshop- / event locations. Inside with stage, equipment and beamer, several tents, stage outside
– Bar/ kitchen (outdoor) and dishwashing area (indoor kitchen only for special needs like preparing baby food)
– Reading room/ quiet room
– Children’s tent
– Infopoint.
– First-aid/ medic tent
– Awareness Point/ Tent
– Tent
– 2 fireplaces
– Smoking Spaces
– Room with laptops to use
– Information boards and paper plenum
– (where people can create a place according to their needs on their own initiative).
-Flinta* workshop space


If there is anything we can provide to enable or smooth out your participation (ramps, coloured guides, extra large prints, support, etc.), please contact us at

  • The camp area consists mostly of lawn and a house with stairs and narrow entrance ways and is not barrier-free.
  • The workshops will be held in spoken language which will be mainly German.
  • There are rest areas (not barrier-free) where you can retreat and also sleep in case you cannot sleept in a tent for certain reasons.
  • If informed in advance the kitchen can take (all) food allergies into account.

Parking spaces

There will be space for parking cars and Campervans on the site. These places are primarily intended for people who want to sleep in their cars.

Info point

There will be an info point on the site where you will find everything from information about transport connections to important items such as first aid kits, condoms, tick tweezers, hygiene articles etc. This will be run by various people on a voluntary basis, with the positions always rotating. For this purpose there will be a shift plan on the camp

Drugs and Alcohol

Regarding substances, we rely on a self-defined and self-responsible approach. And a consumption where other people are not affected. We want to underline that the camp will not be a festival or a big party.


We ask you to leave your dogs at home. There are people who are afraid of dogs. Past experience has also shown that a larger number of dogs at camps can be unpleasant and very complicated.

Smartphones and photography/filming

It was our goal to create mobile phone free places at the camp, so that we can create an atmosphere where we don’t have to think about what we can talk about all the time. In practice, this idea failed because of the ‘all or nothing’ problem. So instead we are all asked to find a safe, pleasant and yet practical way of using smartphones. There will be hints about the possible presence of mobile phones and at workshops it can be asked not to take mobile phones with you. Ideas and suggestions regarding this topic are very welcome.

Please do not photograph, film or record sound at the camp unless you have the explicit consent of each person concerned!

No Facebook, No Twitter

We ask you not to comment on the camp in social media during and after the camp. This has already happened in the past and not only creates a strange dynamic on the camp itself, but is also a source of food for repressive forces.