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Camping in Germany

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A land of glorious scenery, uniquely cultural cities and charming traditions, you’ll be spoilt for choice on a camping holiday to Germany. Head to campsites in the nation’s rural areas for medieval villages and enchanting scenery that is unsurprisingly said to have inspired the Brothers Grimm fairy tales.

All of Germany’s natural attractions make it the ideal destination for a European walking holiday and escapes that make the most of wonderful landscapes.

Camping Holidays In Germany

Camping in Germany is perfect for families, as our sites feature fantastic facilities such as swimming pools, playgrounds, restaurants and a wide choice of on-site activities. Browse our campsites below and start planning a truly memorable escape with us! 

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Landal Warsberg

Mosel Valley | Saarburg
8.6/10 (40 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Chairlift ride into SaarburgExcellent facilitiesCycling and walking in local areaGood restaurant on ...
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Black Forest | Steinach
7.9/10 (15 Reviews)
Canvas Holidays Camping
Small, relaxed campsite15 minute walk to SteinachBase for touring the Black ForestExcellent restaura...
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(1) Amendments up to 14 days before arrival without giving any reason are only valid for campsites with the Vacanceselect or Tohapi logo and for accommodation with the blue tent symbol. Any amendments made within six weeks of departure, the holiday cost applied will be at the same or where applicable, at a higher rate. Please note, for 2023 holidays, free amendments can be made up to 14 days before arrival. (2) If it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination, it is possible to change to another campsite or period free of charge from 10 days before arrival. If you want to change to another destination, this only applies to accommodation with the blue Vacanceselect logo. These can be found on the campsite page in the accommodation overview. If, according to the DFA, it is not possible to travel to your holiday destination 10 days before arrival, you are entitled to a full refund (of course, in this case you can also change your booking free of charge as described above). If we have to cancel your holiday because of circumstances relating to COVID-19, you will receive a full refund.
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Our Best Campsites In Germany

A stay at one of our best campsites in Germany provides the ideal base from which to explore the country’s orchards and meadows, lakes and rivers and forest-covered hills. Kinzigtal in the heart of the Black Forest is a rural retreat with plenty of nature-inspired attractions on your doorstep.

If you’re a fan of the odd glass of wine, our German campsite Landal Warsberg, in the Mosel Valley is a great pick. Its hilltop position gives you fantastic views from your tent or mobile home each morning, and it’s only a short distance to a traditional Rhineland watermill town filled with good restaurants and shops.

Where to go camping in Germany

Germany is a vast nation with many beautiful regions for a memorable camping holiday, whether you want a riverside retreat, a forest getaway or a break in the mountains.

The southern district of Bavaria is where you’ll find the snow-capped peaks of the German Alps that have long been a destination for skiers and those after a traditional Alpine experience. Just west of them, near Stuttgart, is the Black Forest, another key mountain range famous for its thick evergreen woodland, spa towns and innumerable hiking trails. Campsite Kinzigtal is ideal if you are looking for campsites in the black forest.

Many prefer to head to hilly Mosel, one of Germany’s thirteen major wine regions that’s found along the fertile banks of the river Moselle. Continue on to North Germany and you’ll discover fascinating cities like Hamburg and Berlin as well as the country’s only stretch of coastline.

Things to do when camping in Germany

Germany is a land of lively towns and villages, coupled with a strong culture and traditional customs. Whether you’re travelling alone or with kids in tow, a camping trip to any one of its regions will see you indulging in a mix of adventurous, culinary and relaxing activities.

Couples on camping holidays in Germany can enjoy hiking in the wine country, relaxing in the thermal waters of the Black Forest, or discovering local crafts and traditions in the foothills and medieval villages of Bavaria. Families will find plenty to see and do outdoors, from horse riding through the Black Forest to riverboat trips and days out to popular theme parks.

Food and drink highlights throughout Germany include Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (Black Forest gateau), salty Bavarian pretzels, full-flavoured wines and fruit schnapps made with cherries and plums. Add in the country’s world-famous beer — brewed in over 1300 breweries — and iconic Oktoberfest and you have one of Europe’s best drinking destinations.

Camping in Germany: an ideal destination of natural landscapes and intriguing traditions

Charming and captivating in equal measure, Germany offers plenty of diversity and is distinguished by its modern cities, medieval villages, lush forests and strong traditions. Its rural regions offer an ideal setting for camping where holidaymakers can enjoy an unforgettable outdoor escape.

With swimming pools and comprehensive range of amenities, beautiful settings in nature and a wide choice of accommodation, our campsites in Germany will allow you to spend an exceptional stay in the open air.

Where to go camping in Germany? Top 5 of the most beautiful regions to discover

Germany has so much to offer that there will never be a dull moment during your camping trip!

Camping in the west of Germany

Northern Germany is synonymous with natural treasures, but also dynamic cities full of history and looking to the future.

Camping in the heart of North Rhine-Westphalia with its incredible historical heritage

Discover all the culture of the Rhineland and the history of must-see cities such as Münster, Düsseldorf and Cologne, the latter of which features a stunning gothic Cathedral.

Camping in Rhineland-Palatinate with its breath-taking monuments

Fill up on holiday memories in Rhineland Palatinate by admiring the majestic medieval castle of Eltz perched on a rocky promontory, or Porta Nigra, an impressive Roman vestige in the city of Trier. meanwhile, the fascinating city of Frankfurt will amaze you.

Camping in the Harz region for a stay in the heart of the mountains

In the Harz region, there is a breathtakingly beautiful mountainous nature park. It is an ideal destination to breathe fresh mountain air and soak up the serenity that inhabits the region. Explore the impressive caves of Rübeland, a must-see of Harz.

Camping in the south of Germany

If the south of the country offers incredible natural landscapes, it is also the cradle of folklore and traditions punctuated by intriguing traditions and popular celebrations.

Camping in the Black Forest with its enchanting nature

Discover the Black Forest, an extraordinary region with dense pine forests and enchanting valleys that stretch as far as the eye can see. Explore a natural paradise with charming trails, lush meadows and crashing waterfalls.

Camping in Bavaria with its fascinating traditions

After a visit to the fairy tale castle of Neuschwanstein, head to majestic Munich... the Bavarian capital, which is also the world capital of beer, will seduce you with its medieval square, its festive atmosphere and its unique gastronomy.

Germany: an ideal destination for any type of holiday

Whether you are traveling as a couple, with friends or family, our campsites in Germany will offer you all the comfort, facilities and activities you dream of.

Camping for families with children

Thanks to their leisure facilities, our campsites in Germany will delight the whole family. The youngest can have fun in their pools, while teenagers will love the sports and fun tournaments at the Campsite Borken am See!

Camping for couples

Romance will be in the air at our campsites in Germany, where comfort and privacy are guaranteed. Relax with your significant other at the 5-star Campsite Landal Warsberg with its wellness oasis, where you can both enjoy a well-deserved massage!

Dog friendly campsites

All our campsites in Germany accept dogs , so take the opportunity to bring your faithful companion on holiday with you! Your canine counterpart can run freely in the many green spaces that surround our campsites.

The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in Germany

We have a wide selection of campsites with ranging levels of quality, facilities and services, to help you choose your ideal camping holiday in Germany.

Campsites with a water park

Water parks will fill your stay with moments of laughter and thrills! You will love the indoor water park at Campsite Landal Warsberg which is equipped with several pools, a slide and whirlpools. For an outdoor option, consider a stay at Campsite Kinzigtal.

Campsites with a swimming pool

Summer can be hot in Germany, so a refreshing dip in the pool is always welcome. Enjoy cooling off in the spacious pool complex at Campsite Walsheim, or if the weather turns bad, head for the indoor swimming pools of Campsite Landal Warsberg where relaxation is guaranteed!

5 star luxury campsites

With first rate facilities, services and accommodation, as well as an idyllic setting, a stay in a 5 star resort is outdoor holiday heaven. You can find all this luxury at Campsite Landal Warsberg, where everything has been well thought out to ensure you have a wonderful holiday in the lap of nature.

Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Germany

Embarking on a camping holiday requires proper planning. Here is some key information to know before you go camping in Germany.

When to go camping in Germany?

The south of the country is pleasant in Spring, while it is better to visit the north in Summer, to benefit from warmer temperatures and milder weather.

How much does it cost to go camping in Germany?

Our selection of campsites in Germany suits all budgets. You can go camping in Germany for as little as €273 for 7 nights at Campsite Landal Warsberg in September, or up to €447 in May at Campsite Walsheim.

What type of camping accommodation is available in Germany?

You will find well-equipped safari tents at Campsite Bockenauer Schweiz and Campsite Walsheim, and fully equipped mobile homes with a terrace at Campsite Kinzigtal, Campsite Landal Warsberg or Campsite Borken am See.

Which campsites in Germany allow dogs?

All our campsites in Germany accept dogs, so you'll be spoiled for choice!

What is the best lakeside campsite in Germany?

The best lakeside campsite in Germany is Campsite Borken am See, an ideal destination for enjoying a wide range of water sports!

What campsites in Germany have a swimming pool?

Campsite Kinzigtal and Campsite Eifel have large outdoor swimming pools, while Campsite Landal Warsberg features a brilliant indoor pool complex.

What is the most romantic campsite in Germany ?

The best place to enjoy an intimate break with your loved one is Campsite Landal Warsberg, a romantic resort with a beautiful natural setting.

What is the best spa campsite in Germany?

The best spa campsite in Germany is the Landal Warsberg.

What campsites are located in the Black Forest in Germany?

We have a couple of campsites situated in the heart of the Black Forest, namely Campsite Tennenbronnoix and Campsites Kinzigtal.

What campsites in Germany have bungalows?

Our campsites with bungalows in Germany include Campsite Kinzigtal, Campsite Landal Warsberg, Campsite Borken am See and Campsite Bockenauer Schweiz.

What is the best campsite in Bavaria?

If you want to stay in the beautiful region of Bavaria, close to Munich, then the best option is Campsite Kinzigtal.

How to get around in Germany?

The best way to get around Germany is by train. as it is equipped with an excellent rail network that serves the entire country.

What to eat in Germany ?

Along with enjoying some of Germany's famous beer, it's highly recommended to sample some of its culinary specialties:

  • Kartoffelsalat, (potato salad) is one of the most famous German specialties.
  • Bratwurst, the most iconic of Germany's many types of sausage.
  • Apple Strudel, a popular pastry dessert.
  • Pork knuckle, also known as ham hock.
  • Black Forest gateau, with chocolate sponge, a rich cherry filling and plenty of whipped cream.
  • Sauerkraut, finely chopped cabbage which has been fermented.
  • And of course... beer!

Discover Northern Europe

If you want to combine your trip to Germany with a stay in one of its neighbours, you can find fantastic campsites in Holland, Denmark, France, Belgium and Luxembourg.