I know it's an old thread, but I am so pleased you resurected it. Next summer, my grandson Cameron and I are driving to Bulgaria (from the U.K.) we will take 4 or 5 days to get there, camping along the way. It would be perfect if we could plan our route around campsites that allow hammocking.
We'll be driving through Holland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Serbia (or Romania) then into Bulgaria. We'll be there for two weeks at the International Bowyer's Gathering then drive home (another 5 days) by a different route.
My grandson is now at the age where a European road trip with Grandad will be appreciated most.
Stealth camping for us has never been a big issue. We respect the countryside, never leave any trace and don't light fires on overnight stops. Camp late, leave early. If we are challenged we just plead ignorance, apologise and smile a lot. It works wonders. However, camp sites that allow hammocking are prefered simply for the shower facilities.
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