Camping in Germany

From vibrant cities and bustling towns to peaceful countryside and towering mountain peaks, German campsites offer it all.

Covering almost 140,000 square miles, Germany is bordered by nine countries and has a wealth of culture for all tastes. Sweet treats, delicious cold meats and world famous German larger and wine are all things to look forward to.

We have a selection of campsites in Germany, spread throughout the country. Some of the sites are great for couples, some for families and they all offer the unique personality and the high quality facilities you would expect from German campsites.

Burg Lahneck

Burg Lahneck

Perched on top of a hill in the grounds of the owners castle which dates back to 1245, Burg Lahneck gives unrivalled views of the Rhine Valley. Ancient ruins, nearby castles and the city of Koblenz are all within easy reach.

Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples
Great site for culture
Great site for short breaks
Great site for couples

Naabtal Pielenhofen

Naabtal Pielenhofen

Pitch up alongside the river Naab and enjoy camping in Bavaria, surrounded by peaceful woodland. Just 12 miles away is the medieval city of Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with plenty to do for the whole family.

Top site for cycling
Great site for couples
Top site for walking
Top site for cycling
Great site for couples
Top site for walking

Belchenblick

belchenbick

For those considering Black Forest camping, Belchenblick makes the perfect basecamp, it’s also also ideal for day trips to Switzerland. Freiburg, with its gothic cathedral offers an impressive 116m spire and Staufen with its castle are worth a visit when camping in this region.

Great site for culture
Great site for couples
Great site for families
Great site for culture
Great site for couples
Great site for families

Tennsee

Tennsee

Sitting amongst one of the many alpine valleys in Bavaria, camping in Tennsee provides stunning views. Venice, Lake Garda and Innsbruck can all be reached by car. There are plenty of fairytale castles to explore nearby including the one featured in Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang.

Great site for culture
Great site for families
Top site for walking
Great site for culture
Great site for families
Top site for walking

Lux Oase

Luxoase

With coach trips available to Prague and Dresden and fantastic local public transport, this campsite is perfect for families wanting to explore. The fantastic rock formations and forests of Saxony are perks of camping at Lux Oase, as well as the beautifully restored Dresden and Colditz Castle’s museum.

Great site for short breaks
Top site for cycling
Great site for families
Great site for short breaks
Top site for cycling
Great site for families

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Prices and booking

Booking your camping holiday in Germany is easy. You can choose to book a campsite, ferry, Eurotunnel, rally and/ or insurance. Either book online or call us on 02476 422 024.

Remember to have your membership number along with your car and unit details to hand. If you are not already a member of the Camping and Caravanning Club why not join today and receive a whole host of benefits?

Need more information before you book? Take a look at our online brochures or read our information about travelling in Germany.