Camping Balmweid

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Camping Balmweid/Meiringen

  • Natural camping with comfort
  • Forest playground
  • Stay room, table football
  • Hiking paradise Grimselwelt – gorges, mountain bridges and more
  • Excursions to glaciers, Lake Thun or Lake Brienz

Relax in the tranquil Alpine nature – and look forward to many excursions

Alpine heights and native bird species such as the spotted woodpecker are the neighbours of guests who choose the natural campsite Balmweid in Meiringen. The well-maintained pitches for tents, motorhomes or caravans are very large. Most of them have grassy ground. Bäume and Büsche break up the area. There are often small wooded areas between the pitches, which enhance the particularly relaxed atmosphere. The children discover small slides and many other playground equipment between the shady trees. Well-maintained sanitary facilities and a cosy, wood-furnished stay room provide comfort. You can also play table football in the recreation room at Camping Balmweid in Meiringen!

Sure thrills on the Trifftbrücke and many other experiences

From Camping Balmweid in Meiringen, excursions lead into the deeply cut Aare Gorge or into the alpine Grimsel World If you dare, you can walk along the 170-long Trifftbrücke ück across the gorge. The narrow mountain bridge is one of the highest and longest footbridges in the Alps, built according to models from the Himalayas! The glacier gorge Rosenlaui, the imposing panoramas of the Eiger North Face, Mönch and Jungfrau are also within easy reach. The St. Beatus caves, the stalactite grottos near Interlaken, take you deep down into the alpine natural wonders.

The glacier gorge Rosenlaui, the impressive panoramas of the Eiger North Face, Mönch and Jungfrau are also within easy reach.

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FAQ about Camping Balmweid

Do you have questions about Camping Balmweid? Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions from our guests.

Where is Camping Balmweid located?

Camping Balmweid is located in the beautiful Haslital in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is surrounded by mountains and forests and only a few minutes away from the river Aare. The campsite is open all year round and offers you a relaxing holiday in nature.

How many pitches and rental accommodations does the campsite have?

The campsite has 120 tourist pitches for tents, caravans or motorhomes. The pitches are spacious and well-kept, with electricity and water connections. You can also choose one of the six rental accommodations, ranging from cozy wooden chalets to modern mobile homes. All accommodations are fully furnished and have a kitchen, a bathroom and a terrace.

What facilities does the campsite offer?

The campsite offers many recreational opportunities for young and old. You can have fun on the large children’s playground, play table tennis or soccer or swim or fish in the nearby river Aare. In the common room you can chat with other guests or read a book. There is also a cooking facility if you want to prepare something yourself.

Is there a supermarket or a restaurant?

Yes, there is a small shop on the campsite where you can buy food and other things of daily use. In the morning you can have fresh bread delivered or shop in the store. If you prefer to be pampered, you can visit the restaurant of the campsite, which offers you regional specialties such as cheese fondue or rösti.

How can I book the campsite?

You can easily book the campsite online. To do so, visit the website. You can also book by phone at +41 33 971 51 15 or by email at

How do I get to the campsite?

You can reach the campsite by car or by public transport. If you come by car, take the highway A8 towards Interlaken.

What can I do in the surroundings?

The surroundings of the campsite offer you many possibilities for activities and excursions. You can hike, bike, climb or paraglide in the mountains or raft or canoe on the river Aare. In winter you can ski, snowboard or sled in nearby ski resorts like Meiringen-Hasliberg or Grindelwald. If you prefer it cozy, you can visit the picturesque villages and towns of the region or relax in a thermal spa.

What are some attractions in the surroundings?

There are many attractions to discover in the surroundings of the campsite. You can visit the impressive Aare Gorge, which is only a few minutes away from the campsite. Or you can visit the open-air museum Ballenberg, where you can learn more about Swiss culture and history. If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you should not miss the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Meiringen. And if you want to enjoy a spectacular view, you can take the cable car to Jungfraujoch, which is known as “Top of Europe”.

Is the campsite dog-friendly?

Yes, the campsite is dog-friendly and allows you to bring your four-legged friend. You have to pay a small fee per night and keep your dog on a leash. Please also note the applicable rules for dogs on the campsite and make sure that your dog does not disturb or harass other guests.

Is there WiFi on the campsite?

Yes, there is free WiFi on the campsite for all guests. You can log in with your own device and surf the internet or check your emails. Please note that WiFi may vary depending on location and number of users.

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