Camper pitches Germany
We have clarified where it is allowed in Germany to stay with the camperto stay overnight in it. We are faced with the question: where and how can we find motorhome parking spaces in Germany? Where are parking spaces for motorhomes in Germany where you can spend the night privately? We present the possibilities for this here.
Camping and parking space guide Germany
Camping and parking space guides in book form, which the ADAC publishes every year, are indispensable. In areas where WiFi coverage is very slow, you need a booklet guide. We would like to thank the ADAC for providing us with their parking guide for a review.
ADAC camping and parking space guide Germany 2021
The ADAC camping and parking space guide Germany 2021 is a spiral atlas in which you can find parking spaces. It lists 5.500 campsites and 5.700 parking spaces. However, the camping and pitch guide does not claim to be complete. We think: the ADAC Camping and Parking Guide Germany 2021 is a manual for on the go. However, we have found that not all campsites and parking spaces are listed there.
Another point of criticism from users is the quality of the spiral book. The paper is thin and tears quickly when used on a trip. One should consider that when buying.
The ADAC Camping and Parking Guide Germany * you can order from Amazon.de via this link.
Parking spaces for motorhomes in Germany with private providers
We think these private parking spaces for motorhomes in Germany are nice because you don't just stand on the side of the road or in places on the outskirts. Many offer experiences in addition to a parking space. These are interesting for connoisseurs.
So you can spend the night on farms with your mobile home. What could be better than standing in the middle of the action with your motorhome. This parking space guide introduces 150 farms in Germany. Make sure that the parking spaces are located directly on the farm or very close by. Therefore, these pitches are ideal for families with children and anyone who wants to get to know country life.
GPS data, prices, leisure activities, excursions, equipment of the parking spaces and more can also be found in this parking space guide.
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Private motorhome parking spaces in Germany are not only available at farms. Breweries also either offer a parking space themselves, or there are parking spaces nearby. You can find these in this parking space guide. It not only provides address and contact details, but everything you need to know for a “beery” vacation. You can plan your trip with information about beer tours, tastings and beer seminars. This enables a beer experience with the motorhome.
The trade magazine REISEMOBIL INTERNATIONAL has collected 170 parking spaces on which you can organize a beer adventure holiday with the motorhome. This either contains information about the distance to a motorhome parking space in the vicinity. Or the breweries that offer parking spaces are marked.
You can find the parking guide for beer lovers here order online *.
Apps for mobile phones and websites
If you are only traveling in Germany and have a cell phone, you can download camping and parking space guides onto your cell phone.
You can find RV parking spaces in Germany via the app store on your mobile phone and here:
RV sites Germany via Google search
You can also find search engines and lists of motorhome parking spaces in Germany via Google. They all have one thing in common: none of them lists all motorhome pitches. For this reason, we also used Google to search for motorhome parking spaces in the locations on our route. We found in most of the pitches or campsites that are not listed in the guide. It is worth looking for parking spaces directly at your destination.
Moll's Travel Forum
A source for motorhome parking spaces in Germany, but especially for questions about motorhome trips Moll's Travel Forum. We asked questions and got answers there. It is worth looking over there.
Travel bloggers recommend RV parks in Germany
We asked around among travel bloggers who are out and about in their motorhomes. They present their favorites among the motorhome parking spaces in Germany:
Surrounded by nature and culture: the mobile home site in Beuron
Surrounded by the rocks of the Danube Valley, the mobile home site in Beuron is close to nature. But it is not just the nature on the banks of the Danube that distinguishes him. Here you can spend days hiking, cycling, climbing or canoeing. At the same time, there is a lot on offer here culturally. The Benedictine monastery of St. Martin, which invites you to worship, is within sight. Ideal for early risers, because Laudes begins at five o'clock.
Also worth seeing is the St. Maurus Chapel two kilometers down the river. It is considered the cradle of the Beuron art school, which was developed by the monks from 1870. The Haus der Natur with its exhibition on the nature park also creates a connection between nature and culture. The gastronomy is regional and close to nature, on site as well as in the Jägerhaus, which is 3 km away, or on the Knopfmacherfelsen. There is a barbecue area directly on the pitch. Or you can hike on the long-distance routes and circular hiking trails of the Southwest Alb. Beuron is also ideal for cyclists. There are not only bike routes, but also a bike dealer with a workshop and extras. And if you miss the city, you can reach Sigmaringen or Tuttlingen after a 20-minute train ride.
Stefan Blanz is a journalist, web designer and father of two children. On tourstory.de he reports on recreational vehicles as well as culture and cuisine.
One of my favorite places in Germany is that Alpengasthof Schwabenhof in the Allgäu in Bavaria. Here you stand on terraces in the middle of the Alps and have a view of the mountains from every seat. In summer the place is the starting point for hikes and the ringing of cowbells wakes you up. You can ski here in winter.
In addition to its location, what is special about this mobile home site is that it is right next to the Alpengasthof. There you can get food and even a breakfast buffet.
Equipment and prices:
- Supply and disposal, including chemical toilet
- Parking space, depending on the season and vehicle length, 12-19 euros
- Electricity 4 euros per day
- 30 cents garbage fee per day
- Shower 50 cents for 5 minutes
- plus 1,20 euros tourist tax
- free WiFi in the inn
Sina is out and about in the Bulli with her dogs Jamy and Iria. She reports on holidays, camping and hiking with dogs on her blog Ontourwithdogs.
Parking space Rügen / Königsstuhl
In this national park is the Königsstuhl with a height of 118 meters. The prominence of the chalk cliffs on Rügen is the symbol of the Baltic Sea island. Access is only possible on foot. From the parking lot in Hagen, which also functions as a motorhome parking space, a 3-kilometer path leads through the forest to the national park center and the viewing platform above the Königsstuhl. Shuttle buses run as an alternative. Campers stand in an area between meadow and forest. Even if you don't find a place to stay overnight on Rügen, you will usually still find a corner here where you can spend the night in peace. And for an overnight stay, it's not that bad. Those who like to eat game should definitely stop across the street in the “Kleine Försterei”, fabulous.
Motorhome parking space: parking lot to the Königsstuhl
18551 Lohme / Hagen
Tel. +49 383 02/94 12
GPS: 54.562249, 13.626004
Supply and disposal
Katja is a journalist and traveler with a panel van camper. On Hin-Fahren.de she gives tips on travel destinations and tours - between southern Spain and the North Cape - and all about camping and motorhomes.
Motorhome parking space Delecke
The Delecke mobile home site is terraced. It is located on the north bank of the Möhneseesee and offers views of the water. The lake is one of the Sauerland lakes and is located in the Soest district in North Rhine-Westphalia. The parking space offers around 60 parking spaces for mobile homes. Large mobile homes can only access the top area, not at all for mobile homes.
In addition to a self-check that is monitored by a camera, the Delecke motorhome parking space offers free sanitary facilities for overnight guests including showers, the possibility of supply and disposal as well as electricity. WiFi is not available.
Right next to the parking space there is a playground, a sunbathing area and, in summer, a pedal boat rental. Above the square there is the Pier 20 restaurant. The lido and the yacht club are also nearby. Restaurants and the landing stage of the MS Möhnesee are within walking distance. There are many around the Möhnesee Excursion possibilities.
Tanja writes on her travel and camping blog about traveling in Germany, Europe and the world. She prefers to travel with her daughter and in a mobile home.
Motorhome parking space in Burgk
The Saale-Orla district in Thuringia is a travel destination that is worthwhile. At Ziegenrück the Saale river meanders through a valley. The forests on the banks of the Bleilochtalsperre are ideal for hiking. Railway tunnels and bridge structures offer opportunities for excursions.
In Burgk, a place with a few houses and a castle complex in the middle of the Thuringian Slate Mountains Nature Park, there is a motorhome parking space. It is located right next to the Saaleturm at the end of a cul-de-sac above a hiking car park. There is space for around 12 campers here for the night. The parking space is free. The service includes a toilet in the hall tower, which is about 300 m away. There are also power pillars. A kilowatt hour of electricity costs 50 cents, as does the use of the toilet. However, one looks in vain for supply and disposal.
Because the federal autobahn 9 exit Schleiz is not far, it is also worth stopping here if you are traveling through to the south or north. The site is popular with campers because of its location. We recommend the ascent to the Saale tower with a panoramic view of the slate mountains, a visit to the castle complex from the 14th century and a hike to the Koberfelsen.
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Nicole and Jörg from the blog missesundmister.com are constantly on the road with their old ambulance Ellie, discovering destinations and places to stay overnight.
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