Camping Germany

Charming and captivating in equal measure, Germany is a diverse travel destination that boasts modern cities, medieval villages, striking natural landscapes and fascinating traditions. The rural regions of this central European nation offer the perfect place for camping, and a wholly enchanting holiday experience.

With fairy tale castles, rolling green countryside, meandering rivers and majestic mountains, the great outdoors has never been greater.

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Landal Warsberg
Beautiful views
Located on a hill
Indoor swimming pool
Different activities for young and old
£281From: £232
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
13 accommodation types available

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Herbolzheim Camping
Quiet green campground with beautiful views
Water park next to the campsite
Hiking trails in the Black Forest from the campsite
Just a 10-minute drive to Europapark amusement park
£812From: £653
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available
Laacher See
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By recreational lake with sandy beach
Soccer, table tennis and mini golf
Eating schnitzels in the brasserie
Dutch speaking animation
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June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available
Beautifully situated in a valley
Next to the river Bach
Heated swimming pool and water slide next to the site
Many sports and family activities
£420From: £339
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
5 accommodation types available

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Peaceful natural surroundings
Large lake with water sports in a public park
Swim in a public pool next to the campsite
Visit the Playmobil Fun Park
From: £481
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available
Located directly on a lake
Restaurant with terrace and wine bar
Indian camp and riding school
Visit the Holiday Park amusement park
From: £525
June 6 - 7 nights, 2 adults
2 accommodation types available
Direct access to the lake
Outdoor swimming pool
Calm atmosphere
Explore history and culture in the area
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June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
3 accommodation types available

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Access to the big municipal pool for free
Fun in the playground
Visit towns around like Walsheim, Saarbrücken, Reinheim, Medelsheim. and Ottweiler
Make a day trip to Strasburg in France
From: £568
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
1 accommodation types available
Landal Wirfttal
In the imposing Volcanic Eifel
Indoor pool
Pedal boats on the recreational lake
Brand new activity hall
£504From: £413
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
12 accommodation types available
Family fun with pool and playground
Small campground with 60 sites
Adventurous hiking and biking trails from campground
Enjoy German conviviality and special beers
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June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
4 accommodation types available
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Camping Holidays In Germany

Featuring swimming pools, extensive facilities and amenities, stunning scenery and a great selection of accommodation, our destinations will ensure you have a truly memorable time camping in Germany. Browse our range of campsites and start planning your next stay with us.

Our Best Campsites In Germany

Our selection of campsites features family friendly options in some of the country’s most popular destinations. Here are the pick of the bunch for camping holidays in Germany

Enjoy adventures in the Black Forest while on a stay at Campsite Kinzigtal, a quiet and compact resort with a swimming pool and scenic valley setting. You’ll have a range of good facilities and amenities at your disposal, while the location makes an excellent base for exploring the Black Forest.

5 star Campsite Landal Warsberg features an indoor lagoon style pool, great amenities and an enviable location near Saarburg. A great destination for families and couples, you’ll discover there is plenty to do and lots of space to relax.

Lackenhauser is a welcoming family campsite on the border with Austria that offers woodland camping in Bavaria. We give this 4* campsite a big thumbs up due to all the sports, games, mini farm and entertainment on offer.

Where to go camping in Germany

Germany is home to diverse regions, with many of them providing the ideal location for a camping trip. Gorgeous landscapes filled with quaint medieval towns, enchanting woodland, rushing rives and rolling hills set the scene for a wonderful outdoor holiday.

In the south, the culturally rich region of Bavaria boasts the stunning snow-capped mountains of the German Alps and captivating castles. You’ll have the chance to visit Munich, the historical and cultural capital of the region. To the west lies the Black Forest, an area filled with magical woodland and whimsical villages. Both of these regions are brilliant for stays in the midst of nature.

A major wine-producing region that runs alongside the river Moselle, the Mosel valley features rolling green hills, terraced vineyards and friendly towns. In the north, there is a multitude of lakes and yet more stunning landscapes, as well as a diverse offering of flora and fauna. The bustling cities of Hamburg and Berlin can be found here.

Things to do when camping in Germany

The varied and visually alluring landscapes in Germany are fantastic for families looking to holiday together in the midst of nature. Exploring the region on foot or by bicycle will take you through enchanting woodland, alongside meandering rivers and through picturesque villages and towns.

Discovering the villages and towns that sprout from the gorgeous countryside affords you the chance to discover fascinating traditions, interesting culture and delicious cuisine. Couples taking a camping trip in Germany can indulge in relaxing in the thermal waters of the Black Forest or exploring the wine regions before sample some of the vintage.

The nation’s castles look like they have been plucked from a fairy tale, with Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenzollern Castle and Schwerin Castle being popular attractions. Children are well catered for in Germany, with plenty of outdoor activities on offer such as zoos, theme parks and places to try water sports.

With so much to do, you’ll work up an appetite in no time and should sample the famous food and drink of the country. Aside from scrumptious sausages and Sauerkraut, be sure to try Black Forest Gateau, Bavarian pretzels, full-flavoured wines and fruit schnapps made with cherries and plums.