A walk through Camp King

The first podcast! Today Pension Sprachschule joined forces with AllThingsGerman.net for a walk around the Camp King area of Oberursel.


Listen to the podcast and find out how the area is being used today. Leave a comment to tell us what you think!

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  1. David Beck says

    I was an E4 there late 1972-1975. I played some basketball on that gym floor. Do not recognize the Camp now though except the reddish/brown building may have been the doctors bld.. I worked in a two story building called the motor pool with the German motor pool below, Heinz was a mechanic I believe. Does not look the same to me.

  2. I was 11 yrs old (1973) when I lived in Camp King, we had just move from Illieshim. I loved the time I was there. The people, the food, the culture maybe one day I will make it back there. Germany is a beautiful country.

  3. Remember the 4 lane bowling alley, movie theater by the football / baseball field. It was difinitely a small camp. Played on the Camp King Cobras, baseball. My brother played on the Camp King Chiefs, they kicked ass. The ride to school sucked diesel fumes. I remember a little store right outside the fence, I think we bought some kinder beer. Love my gummy bears. Boy scouts was a blast. I have a lot of good memories there. Wish I could find some real German brauts.


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