You still have not made plans for your summer vacation, but you are itching to go. Look no farther checkout the campgrounds in Germany! Since camping has always been a popular vacation option in the federal republic, a wide range of campgrounds have appeared to accommodate visitors with tents, RVs, and caravans.
Here is the list of some of the top campgrounds in Germany as suggested by an experienced adventurer and explorer Oliver Wiegard.
Award-Winning Camping at Campingplatz Demmelhof in Bavaria
With its spectacular natural features including mountains, lakes, and national parks, Bavaria is not only one of the best states for camping, but it also has one of Germany’s busiest campgrounds. The award-winning location is close to a lot of activities, such as water sports, a classic German monastery, and even skiing in the winter!
Wusterhausen Campground in Brandenburg
Campsite Wusterhausen in Brandenburg has a lot to offer particularly for avid swimmers. This location is a swimmer’s paradise because it has a heated indoor pool as well as a sizable lake outside. The facility serves as an ideal starting point for visitors seeking to trek and bike through the nearby woodlands because of it is located at Klempowsee.
Baden-Württemberg at Kleinenzhof – The Best Camping Site for Families
With a wide variety of activities available and even a small petting zoo, the Camping Kleinenzhof campsite in Baden-Black Württemberg’s Forest is the perfect destination for families. The campground’s on-site restaurant serves up traditional German cuisine, recently caught fish, and the well-known local delicacy known as Black Forest Gateau!
Lower Saxony’s Camping in Waldbad
The ideal location in Lower Saxony for travellers to get in touch with nature is Camping at Waldbad. The location provides visitors with a variety of entertainment options, including football, table tennis, and volleyball courts and access to a neighboring municipal swimming pool. If you explore the area, you will see lots of activities and amenities like monuments and castles.
Hof Biggen in North Rhine-Westphalia. The Best Campground for Children
Because this campground is focused on the young children’s needs, the North Rhine Westphalia is a recommended destination for families with kids. Campground has set up a playstation room not just for teenagers but for kids of all ages. The campsite also plans enjoyable events like campfires at night and group trips throughout the day.
A lovely location close to the Black Forest National Park is the Müllerwiese campground. If you intend to go hiking in the NP, this is the perfect location to be since it serves as the beginning of several hiking paths in the region.
The campground is split into two areas: one is a car-free field reserved only for tents, while the other half of the campground is where caravans and RVs are kept. Most campsites offer access to freshwater and electricity on-site. Also, the tent area has its own sanitary facilities with spotless restrooms. The RV area has access to a garbage disposal facility.
You won’t need to worry too much about food and supplies because there is a bakery nearby (approximately a 5-minute walk). The pharmacy, which is usually useful for longer walks and bike vacations, is located about 300 meters outside the camp.
Bring Out Your Tent!
It’s time to pack your car and get your camping supplies now that you’re feeling motivated and prepared to travel! You can choose from fantastic campsites out there just waiting for you to discover. These are just a few of the best each federal state has to offer. Enjoy camping!