Our Best Campsites In Belgium
Nestled between historic Bouillon and Bastogne Ardennen Camping Bertrix is a beautiful destination in the Ardennes. Onsite you can enjoy great facilities and accommodation as well as canoeing, climbing walls and a swimming pool. Off site, you can venture into the lovely surrounding natural landscape.
Perched 800m from a picturesque Belgian beach, the aptly named Strand Westende highlights include a lively entertainment programme, great facilities and the perfect base from which to explore the coast of Belgium.
The verdant green surroundings that wrap around Parc La Clusure are pure paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. This 4* campsite in the Ardennes is perched on the banks of the river L’Homme, and provides a gateway to lovely woodland trails and fun on the river.
Nieuwpoort is a friendly family campsite, situated not far from the Belgian coast. The lovely recreational lake, heated swimming pool with children's pool and the sandy beaches offers plenty of choice for the whole family.
Things to do in Belgium while camping
A wealth of history and culture can be explored in the vibrant cities and charming towns of Belgium, while the countryside is home to wonderful wilderness, picturesque verdant landscapes and rivers. In essence, a camping holiday in Belgium offers you the best of both worlds.
Let’s start with the rural side of the nation, which is home to beautiful regions that are rich in flora and fauna. A strikingly gorgeous example is the Ardennes, an area that extends into France, Germany and Luxembourg. A range of outdoor activities can be enjoyed in the dense woodland, fast flowing rivers and rolling hills. The countryside is linked together by quaint towns that position themselves throughout the lush countryside.
Highlights in the Ardennes include Elfy Park amusement park, Musée de la Forêt, Bouillon Castle and kayaking on the Ourthe River.
For those of us with an interest in the World Wars, Belgium was the setting of many key battles during both conflicts. There are many insightful yet sobering testaments to the war, with the highlight being day trips to the In Flanders Fields Museum and the Ypres War Victims Monument.
The capital Brussels is a thriving city that is home to many notable attractions including the Grand Palace, the Royal Palace, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Magritte Museum and the mouth-watering Belgian Chocolate Village Museum! Bruges draws in thousands of visitors each year, due in no small part to its fairy tale setting, cobble streets, canals and interesting breweries!
So why not make Belgium your next destination for a camping holiday that will live long in the memory.
Camping in Belgium: a destination beautiful coastline, picturesque villages and green spaces
The full richness of Belgian history and culture can be measured by visiting the country's charming and bustling cities, while the countryside is home to wonderful wilderness. In short, a camping holiday in Belgium gives you the best of both worlds.
Our campsites in Belgium are the ideal starting point for exploring this welcoming country. With first-rate facilities and quality equipment, our accommodation options will whisk you to a natural setting conducive to relaxation and disconnection for the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Where to go camping in Belgium? Top 3 of the most beautiful regions to discover
Despite its small size, Belgium is a country of incredible diversity. Nature and history will elevate your camping holidays in this excellent European destination.
Camping in the north of Belgium
The north of Belgium is home to splendid wild beaches, towns steeped in history and area of natural beauty.
Campsite in the heart of Limburg with its picturesque villages
The region of Limburg is home to an eponymous town, one of the most beautiful in Wallonia. A former fortress, it stands on a steep rock. Dolhain is another very scenic village to explore, and Bilstain will enchant you with its old farmhouses and local artisans. Finally, visit the Provincial Estate of Bokrijk, a renowned open-air museum that bears witness to the region's fascinating past.
Campsite on the Belgian coast with its lively beaches
With around 65km of beaches, the Belgian coast is the ideal place to breathe the invigorating air of North Sea and indulge in water-related activities. Enjoy the unique atmosphere of its seaside resorts, such as Ostend, which is famous for its brilliant beach and entertainment in summer. Of course, don't miss Bruges and Ghent, two unmissable cities steeped in history.
Camping in the south of Belgium
The south of Belgium shines with its natural landscapes and medieval villages.
Camping in the Ardennes with its enchanting landscapes
With roughly 4,500 hectares of natural landscapes the Hautes Fagnes Nature Park is a must-see in the Belgian Ardennes, with its moorland countryside stretching as far as the eye can see. Do not miss Durbuy, the smallest village in the world, a worthwhile detour, especially for its medieval atmosphere, cobblestones and narrow streets that give it a magical air.
Belgium: an ideal destination for all types of holidays
Whether you come as a family, as a couple or with your four-legged friend, our campsites will offer you all the comfort you desire.
Camping for families with children
Going camping in Belgium will be synonymous with fun and leisure for your children. They will love the fun facilities at Campsite Goolderheide, as well as the nearby boating lake and Hoge Kempen National Park, both of which are perfect for outdoor activities with the family.
Camping for couples
Romance will be in the air at our campsites in Belgium... Head to Campsite Glampingresort Hoge Kempen, nestled in nature, next to the Hoge Kempen National Park. Its luxurious cottages will offer you all the comfort and privacy you are looking for in an idyllic and intimate vacation for two.
Dog friendly campsites
Your dog will be welcomed with open arms at Goolderheide, Floreal la Colline, Nieuwpoort and Strand Westende campsites. Your canine companion will never tire of the wooded and natural areas near our campsites, where they can run and play freely.
The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in Belgium
Experience an exceptional camping holiday in Belgium, thanks to our comfortable accommodation and their facilities designed to offer equal measures of recreation and relaxation.
Campsites by the sea
Located only 800 meters and 4km respectively from the sea, Campsite Strand Westende and Campsite Nieuwpoort are perfect for discovering the beaches and the atmosphere that reigns in the seaside resorts of the Belgian coast.
Campsites with a water park
Campsite Goolderheide and Campsite Nieuwpoort are the ideal option for lovers of swimming, sliding and splashing, thanks to their fabulous water parks. Head to the large pools that are waiting for you, not to mention the fun water jets and water slides that your children will never want to leave!
Campsites with a swimming pool
It will be impossible to resist the swimming pools of our campsites in Belgium, especially in the warm months of the summer. And for good reason as they are the perfect place to spend moments of relaxation and fun. Spacious and well maintained, like the pool at Campsite Keiheuvel, they will allow you to cool off in the hot weather
5-star luxury campsites
Experience a luxurious glamping break at the aptly named campsite Glampingresort Hoge Kempen... An ode to nature, all in refinement and elegance, with comfortable and ultra-modern cottages. Along with unique and wonderful accommodation, the campsite is blessed with top-of-the-range services and entertainment for the whole family.
Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Belgium
Find out all the information you need to know before planning your camping holiday in Belgium.
When to go camping in Belgium ?
The best time to go camping in Belgium is from May to September, the summer months being even more pleasant to enjoy the outdoor swimming pools of our campsites.
How much do campsites in Belgium cost ?
Our offers vary depending on your budgets, from roughly €333 for a week in October at Campsite Glampingresort Hoge Kempen, to around €548 in June at the Campsite Goolderheide.
What type of camping accommodation is available in Belgium?
The accommodation available at our campsites in Belgium include equipped safari tents like the ones at Campsite Goolderheide, mobile homes Like the ones at Campsite Strand Westende campsite and luxurious cottages like those at Campsite Glampingresort Hoge Kempen.
What is the best campsite by the sea in Belgium?
Campsite Strand Westende, just 800 meters from the beach, is our best campsite by the sea in Belgium.
What is the best campsite with swimming pool in Belgium?
Campsite Goolderheide has three large pools which will delight all members of the family.
Which campsites have a water park in Belgium?
Our destinations with a water park in Belgium include Campsite Nieuwpoort and Campsite Goolderheide.
Which campsite in Belgium is best for a romantic break?
With its luxurious cottages featuring refined décor and set in the heart of nature, Campsite Glampingresort Hoge Kempen is the ideal option for couples.
What is the closest campsite to Bruges?
What is the closest campsite to Bruges?
Which campsites in Belgium accept dogs?
Your four-legged friends will be more than welcome at a handful of our destinations, namely Campsite Goolderheide, Campsite Nieuwpoort, Campsite Floreal La Colline and Campsite Strand Westende.
Things to see and do in Belgium?
Among the must-see sites in Belgium:
- Brussels and its main square
- Bruges and its picturesque canals
- Ghent and its magical atmosphere
- Ostend and its Belle Époque villas by the sea
- The Hautes Fagnes plateau and its revitalizing forests
How to get around Belgium?
Belgium is very well connected, especially by train. It therefore remains the ideal means of transport to discover the country.
What to eat in Belgium?
Belgium is mainly known for its status as top European destination with beautiful landscapes. However, it would be a shame not to take an interest in the culinary culture of the country. Here is a selection of typical Belgian dishes not to be missed.
What to eat and drink in Belgium:
- Waffles topped with sugar, cinnamon or chocolate.
- Delicious Belgian fries are famous all over the world.
- Mussels, one of the country’s best gastronomic treats.
- Liégeoise meatballs, a hearty dish from the city of Liege.
- Stoemp, a potato-based dish that dates from the 19th century.
- Vol-au-vent, a dish that evokes lightness. It is a light puff pastry with a filling of meat, sweetbreads, fish, shellfish, snails or mushrooms.
- Famous Belgian chocolate needs no introduction, take the time to stop by one of Belgium's iconic chocolate factories.
Belgium a gateway to northern Europe…
Finally, if you wish to take a tour of the countries bordering Belgium, you will find great places to stay in our campsites in France, Germany or the Netherlands.