6 Best Camping Spots In Munich, Germany - Updated 2022


Munich is Germany’s third-most populous city. It is the capital of Bavaria and is renowned for historic buildings, museums, Oktoberfest celebrations, and beer halls. Hofbräuhaus, one of its beer halls, is more than 400 years old. The city is also known as Germany’s lifestyle capital. Are you going luxury shopping? Check out Ludwigstrasse or Maximilianstrasse. For practical shopping escapades, head over to Glockenbachviertel district and Gärtnerplatzviertel. People who want a more rustic experience in nature can go camping. The city has several campgrounds that are clean and modern but plan carefully as summer and Oktoberfest bring crowds to this destination. If you want to explore this wonderful city through nature, scroll down for the list of best camping spots in Munich, Germany.

1. Oktoberfest Wiesn Camp Lodge

Oktoberfest Wiesn Camp Lodge offers modern shower and toilet facilities, WiFi, lockers, and ATM. It also features a restaurant, bar, and sun terrace. Getting to Oktoberfest from the campsite takes 20 minutes by train. Young travelers and groups of friends will enjoy this place. Reservation starts in November for next year’s Oktoberfest.

ICM-Internationales Congress Center is 2.6 km (1.6 mi) away, and English Garden is 5.2 km (3.3 mi) from the property. Other nearby attractions include Deutsches Museum at 6.6 km (4.1 mi), Hofbräuhaus at 6.7 km (4.2 mi), and Bavarian National Museum at 7 km (4.3 mi).

Oktoberfest Wiesn Camp Lodge

Address: Schichtlstraße 46 WIESN CAMP
Accommodates: 2

Parking Restaurant Bar Non-smoking rooms Gift shop Sun terrace Nightclub/DJ Minimarket on site

2. Oktoberfest All-Inclusive Camping (from USD 130)

Located at Campingplatz München-Obermenzing, Oktoberfest All-Inclusive Camping offers over eight types of tents, teepees, and glamping spots for solo travelers and groups of friends. The site also has bathing amenities, sanitary facilities, washing machines, and driers with a supply of warm water. There are cooker points and self-service shopping facilities as well.

Young travelers and partygoers will love this place. The location is accessible by public transport. Some of the popular attractions nearby are Nymphenburg Palace at 4.7 km (2.9 mi), Olympiapark at 7.6 km (4.7 mi), St. Peter’s Church at 10.6 km (6.6 mi), and Deutsches Museum at 11.3 km (7 mi). The grounds are open from mid-March to the end of October.

Oktoberfest All-Inclusive Camping

5.8 User Rating

Address: Lochausenerstrase 59, Obermenzing, Munich, Allach - Untermenzing, Munich, Germany, 81247

3. Festanation Oktoberfest Camp #1 (from USD 100)

Offering 100 rooms of basic dorms and tents, Festanation Oktoberfest Camp #1 is 1.9 km (1.2 mi) from ICM-Internationales Congress Center. The location is accessible using public transport; the bus stop is only 0.8 km (0.5 mi) away. This place is ideal for solo travelers or groups of friends.

There is a welcome beer upon arrival to kickstart your Oktoberfest celebration. Tents and dorms are already pitched and prepared for accommodation. The campsite has a sunbathing terrace and a bar, while the on-site restaurant, Erdinger Urweisse-Hütte, serves continental breakfast daily.

Festanation Oktoberfest Camp #1

7.8 User Rating

Address: De-Gasperi-Bogen, Gate 9, Messe, Munich, Germany, 81829

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4. Campsite Munich Thalkirchen

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Located on about 4.5 ha (11 ac) of fenced-in property, Campsite Munich Thalkirchen is a family-friendly campground with over 500 sites for tents, caravans, and mobile homes. It has electricity connections, waste disposal facilities, and a water supply. Washrooms, toilets, and laundry facilities are also available, as well as an on-site grocery shop for supplies. Hang out in the lounge while your kids spend time on the playground. The campground is open from March 15 to October 31.

Have a tour of your surroundings, starting with the pilgrimage church Maria Thalkirchen, Hellabrunn Zoo, and Nymphenburg Palace. During Oktoberfest, you can’t miss these three well-known beer halls: Flaucher, Menterschwaige, and Waldwirtschaft Grosshesselohe.

Campsite Munich Thalkirchen

Address: Zentralländstraße 49, 81379 München, Germany (map)

Website: Campsite Munich Thalkirchen

5. Camping Langwieder See

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Located in the middle of the forest within the vicinity of a bathing lake, Camping Langwieder See is an idyllic place for nature lovers who also want to hang out. There are plenty of activities to do here because it is open all year round. Recreational activities include cycling, horseback riding, swimming, playing golf and tennis, and more. The city center is 15 minutes away by train. Andechs Monastery and the castles of Ludwig II - Neuschwanstein, Linderhof, and Herrenchiemsee - are a must see.

There are 100 parking spaces for caravans and tents. There are hot water showers, toilets, and washing machine, and a dryer. Power connections are available for mobile homes and caravans. After a tour of nearby attractions, come home to this quiet campsite and relax.

Camping Langwieder See

Address: Eschenrieder Str.119, 81249 München, Germany (map)

Website: Camping Langwieder See

6. Campingplatz Nord-West

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Campingplatz Nord-West is open all year round. The site is equipped with cooking, sanitary, and cleaning facilities. There are washing machines and dryers to make your stay convenient. Caravans or mobile homes are stationed on hard court or gravel, while tents are pitched on the meadow. It is the perfect place for families and friends.

There are bathing lakes within 3 km (1.9 mi) and bike paths for campers. The campsite is approximately 6 km (3.7 mi) from Olympic Park, Olympic Tower, Olympic Stadium, Sea World, and BMW Museum. They can be reached by bus, underground train, or car. Nymphenburg Palace is at 4 km (2.5 mi) and the concentration camp memorial in Dachau is 9 km (5.6 mi) away.

Campingplatz Nord-West

Address: Auf den Schrederwiesen 3, 80995 München, Germany (map)

Website: Campingplatz Nord-West

Explore the vibrant and historic Munich

No other city celebrates Oktoberfest as much as Munich does. Apart from Oktoberfest, there is much to explore and discover in this vibrant and historic city. The fun begins at the campsites, where like-minded visitors stay to join the merriment, meet friends, and enjoy nature. To plan your trip, choose from the above list of the best camping spots in Munich, Germany.

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