On the campsite


  • Sunny campsite on meadow ground with WiFi
  • Winter camping, ski boot drying room, ski bus from the municipality
  • Hiking, cycling in the Haslital, discover the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Jungfrau-Aletsch
  • Excursions to the Aare Gorge, the Rosenlaui Glacier Gorge and the Matterhorn in Zermatt
  • Enjoy thrills and solve mysteries at Mystery Camping

Holidays with lots of nature, for alpine fans as well as big and small detectives

The quiet, level campsite is located an 800-metre walk from the centre of Meiringen. With only about 100 pitches, the atmosphere is relaxed. From the mostly sunny pitches, guests can enjoy the panoramic view of the Alpine peaks. Those who do not have their own equipment with them: How about a Swiss Wood House? The cosy wooden cabins are particularly suitable for hikers and bicycle tourists who want to travel comfortably with light luggage. In summer, a paddling pool is set up at the campsite. Alpencamping guests receive free admission to the outdoor swimming pool with the popular slide, the Meiringen indoor swimming pool and the Oberhasli skate park with the Haslital guest card. On the village tour, which is also free with the guest card, holidaymakers can learn more about local history and culture.

Camping with thriller suspense and unforgettable experiences

In the Mystery Room of Alpencamping, amateur detectives can solve exciting mysteries – in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes! Anyone who wants to follow the famous master detective even more intensively: The Sherlock Holmes Museum awaits you in the English church in Meiringen. The Reichenbach Falls Railway takes you over filigree bridges to the 120-metre-high waterfall. This is where the author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had his hero fight his last battle before Sherlock Holmes descended the dizzying heights! If you want to save money on these and other leisure activities, such as the nearby mountain railways, the Ballenberg open-air museum or kayak tours, simply ask at the reception of Alpencamping for the discount offers.

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FAQ about Camping Alpencamping

Where is Camping Alpencamping located?

Camping Alpencamping is located in Meiringen in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is situated on the edge of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Jungfrau-Aletsch in the midst of an intact nature.

How many pitches and rental accommodations does the campsite have?

What facilities does the campsite offer? The campsite has 80 pitches for caravans, motorhomes and tents as well as 3 rental accommodations: a chalet, a mobile home and a yurt.

What services and facilities does the campsite offer?

The campsite offers a modern sanitary facility with showers, toilets, washing machines and dryers, a children’s playground with trampoline, table tennis and swing, a barbecue area with fire pit and wood-fired pizza oven, a lounge with TV and WiFi as well as a small shop with regional products.

Is there a supermarket or a restaurant?

There is no supermarket or restaurant on the campsite itself, but there is a small shop with regional products such as cheese, sausages, bread and wine. In Meiringen there are several shopping possibilities and restaurants.

How can I book the campsite?

You can book the campsite online via the website or contact them by phone at +41 33 971 36 76

How can I reach the campsite?

You can reach the campsite by car via highway A8 or Brünigstrasse. The campsite is located at Brünigstrasse 47 in Meiringen. You can also take the train to Meiringen station and then walk or take the bus to the campsite.

What can I do in the surroundings?

The surroundings of the campsite offer you many possibilities for activities such as hiking, biking, climbing, paragliding or skiing. You can also explore the alpine passes Susten, Grimsel and Furka or visit the attractions such as the Sherlock Holmes Museum, the Aare Gorge or the Reichenbach Falls.

What are some attractions in the area?

  • the Sherlock Holmes Museum: a museum about the famous detective and his author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the historic English Churchyard
  • the Aare Gorge: an impressive gorge with a hiking trail along the roaring river
  • the Reichenbach Falls: a spectacular waterfall where Sherlock Holmes fought his archenemy Professor Moriarty
  • the Ballenberg Open Air Museum: a museum with over 100 authentic farmhouses from different regions of Switzerland
  • the Haslitaler Heimatmuseum: a museum about the history and culture of Haslital
  • the Trift Bridge: a hanging pedestrian bridge over Trift Glacier
  • Rosenlaui Glacier Gorge: a fascinating gorge with bizarre rock formations
  • The Alpen Tower Panorama Restaurant: a restaurant on top of Planplatten mountain with a breathtaking view of Alps


Is camping dog-friendly?

Camping is dog-friendly.

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