Camping in Germany - by the sea, by the lake or in the mountains

  • Active holidays and recreation close by
  • Timber frame towns, beer or wine culture and hiking destinations
  • A lot of fun for children at the campsites

Camping holidays at the Baltic Sea, in the heath, the Mecklenburg lake district or in the Havelland around Berlin are in trend - as is like luxury camping in the German low mountain ranges, at Lake Constance or in the Bavarian Alps. And there are plenty of good reasons for this. Which one is your favourite? Maybe the many sport offers, from sailing, canoeing, or windsurfing to cycling tours, horse riding, tennis and football to minigolf or nature adventure hikes? Do you also know the all-weather offers of the campsites? Indoor adventure pools, indoor playgrounds, participation activities in circus or craft tents guarantee great family fun - even in the off-season. And the overnight stay? You can stay in heated mobile homes in Germany. Or rent a Glamping Lodge or a cosy log cabin. In it you can enjoy the comfort of a holiday apartment - cleverly combined with the incomparable camping flair.

Simply try it out - Camping for non-campers</h2<

Your partner doesn't want to camp? Maybe he or she remembers the hard camping mat and the little tent in their youth? That had to be set up in the dark and in the rain? You can assure your loved ones that that time is over. Your rental accommodations are ready for you, most of them have electricity, often also water. You certainly don't need to persuade the children. Because with all the comfort a mobile home holiday in Germany still remains strictly camping. This means that your children can romp around on your pitch or the often nearby camping playground. They quickly find their peers to play with. Meanwhile you might enjoy a good book, a steaming cup of coffee or a cool beer on the veranda of your rental accommodation? Here you will find selected camping dreams in German holiday regions.


Campsites found: 39

Südsee Camp

» tropical fun pool - open all year
» Jungle Golf for the whole family
» animation and entertainment programme

Camping- und Ferienpark Wulfener Hals

» bathing fun on the Baltic Sea
» about 860 well-kept parking spaces
» own golf course

Camping und Ferienpark Brilon

» unique natural landscape
» hike over the Rothaarsteig
» dogs are allowed

Azur Rosencamping Schwabische Alb

» child-friendly family campsite
» outdoor pool
» very good hiking trails

Feriendorf Bayerwald am Donautal

» is located in the Danube valley
» quiet campsite
» picturesque landscape

Campingpark Gitzenweiler Hof

» in the middle of nature
» camping very dog friendly
» attractive destinations

LuxOase Camping- & Freizeitpark

» directly on a lake
» wellness area
» numerous sights


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