Kamp-Lintfort is a mining town found in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany. It is home to about 39,000 residents. Mining has helped to shape the character of this city. Many of its residents are still employed in the mines, although the green environmental movement is certainly having a negative effect on this industry. In the last several years, Kamp-Lintfort has seen a shift to a more modernized economy with the arrival of communications and microelectronic companies.
With such an interesting past, it is easy to overlook all the modern amenities that Kamp-Lintfort has to offer. But let’s not forget those! In modern times, this town is a relaxing resort, with an eighteen-hole golf course, water parks, cycling trails, an adventure playground, and a tranquil lake.