Welcome to the 4th edition of Camp allroad Europe

The “Audi allroad Quattro” was launched in March 2000 and was based on the A6 Avant, but with a more rigid body styling. The project was originally called ‘C5 Hunter’ but was later changed to ‘allroad’ before its launch. The second generation was introduced in 2006 and was named the ‘A6 allroad’ because due to the success of the first generation, an ‘A4 allroad’ was being planned which was later launched in 2009. Apart from the A4 allroad which has a fixed higher ride height, all other allroads feature adjustable air suspension which allows for a higher ride height to enable greater ground clearance when required. In addition to this feature, all allroads have wider wheel arches, chrome protection and many other details which give it its rugged and distinctive look.

Camp allroad Europe has been created to bring true allroad fans together from across all of Europe, and to ensure the allroad achieves its much deserved place in classic car history. This year Belgium has been chosen as host country and the main attraction will be a visit to the racetrack of Spa-Francorchamps. The event will be held in such a way that there is an exciting program setup, with spectacular drives through the Belgian countryside and time to “talk allroads” with other fans. This year, an offroad track is added on Sunday.


This year we decided to give the hotels a miss and instead stay at a family friendly camping site which can be considered as our “base camp” for the duration of the event. The base camp is situated within the eastern part of Belgium in an area called the ‘Ardennes’ which is known for its beautiful nature and castles. You can rent a chalet, bring your own camping trailer or tent. To make it easier for the participants, the complete event will take place during the weekend.

Friday evening 14th of June 2019 arrival at the camping site (optional)

The event won’t actually start until the morning of Saturday the 15th June 2019, but those who wish to camp the night before can do so at the camping site “L’Eau Rouge” at Route de L’Eau Rouge 8a, 4970, Stavelot, Belgium.  www.eaurouge.nl

You can rent a chalet for 6/4 persons down to a camping spot for tent/camping trailer. This includes a heated swimming pool and children’s playing area if you wish to bring your family with you. BOOK YOUR ACCOMODATION ON TIME!!!

Your booking can be made online at their website: https://en.eaurouge.nl,

Or by writing them an e-mail on: info@eaurouge.nl

If you wish to share a chalet with other participants, mark it when booking and I will share the e-mail addresses between the participants so you can make your own arrangements.

Make sure you mention “Camp allroad Europe Spa Francorchamps” when you book your accommodation at the camping site. They will also try to keep us closer together.

Saturday 15th of June 2019

09:15  Departure from camping site “l’Eau Rouge” towards the racetrack of Spa-Franchorchamps.  Take “Entrance Ster” at the racetrack.

09:30 Start of the guided tour at the racetrack costing 15 Euro per person. The tour is offered in English as well as German and passes through Race Control and other ‘behind the scenes’ areas.

11:30 End of the guided tour and preparation for 2 laps on the racetrack with your own car.

12:00 Start of the racetrack tour in your own allroad. Costs per allroad 20 Euros (NOT PER PERSON). We will follow a security car and drive 2 laps of one of the most beautiful racetracks in the world.

13:15 Lunch at the racetrack restaurant with a beautiful view over the area. Cold/Warm buffet for around 20 Euro/pp.

15:00 A little ‘cruise in company’ with all participating allroads through the area of the Ardennes lasting about 1½ hours.

17:00 Arrival back at our camping site ‘l’Eau Rouge’.

18:45 BBQ on site prepared by all of us together. We will need to bring our own equipment and food; There are supermarkets nearby where we can buy food and drinks.

  Sunday 16th of June 2019

09:00 A drive towards the offroad track of Cherimont.

10:30 Arrival at the offroad track.

You have 2 possibilities: either you drive your own allroad on a light offroad track, and/or rough offroad in a Land Rover Discovery 2 with an instructor.

11:00 Start offroading in your own allroad. Price per car: 20 Euro. Please note; driving your allroad on the offroad track is at your own risk. The organization cannot be held responsible for any damages to your car.

12:00 Lunch at the little Chateau of Cherimont: meatballs in Tomato sauce or sauce Liegeois, French fries and salad. Price pp: 13 Euros.

13:00 Start rough offroad in a rented Land Rover Discovery 2 with an instructor for 50 Euro pp.

The part “offroad event” must be booked by each participant individually at cherimont4x4@gmail.com . Always mention Camp Allroad Europe 2019.

14:00 End of the offroad adventure and end of Camp Allroad Europe 2019.

Important info:

  • Due to limitations at the racetrack only a maximum of 30 allroads will be permitted. The guided tours are a maximum 50 people.
  • Due to the bigger event on Sunday (Spa Italia), the camping site will be fully booked by visitors, so don’t wait too long to make your reservations.
  • Payment of the guided tour (15 Euro per person) and the drive around the racetrack (20 Euro per car) will have to be paid in advance. Your reservation on the bottom of this page will NOT be completed, unless this amount has been payed

    Only once the payment for the guided tour and laps of the racetrack have been received will you be officially participating.

    Payment by Paypal using ‘Friends & Family’ method on: y.weemaels@gmx.de

    Or bank account: IBAN: DE91 2926 5747 8510 3756 00 BIC: GENODEF1BEV

    For any further questions or more info: campallroadeurope@gmail.com