Campsite Baltic Sea: Cheap accommodation with roof tent, child & dog

Beach, sea, campfire and family time – that’s what camping in the north of Germany can look like. Especially summer holidays are fun in the north, because the cooling in the North Sea or Baltic Sea is especially needed on warm days. On the many campsites children often quickly find new friends and sometimes even friendships are formed that last a lifetime. Apart from that you can get a nice change from the monotonous everyday life in the north of Germany. The nature is incomparable and leaves a lasting impression. Read all about the most beautiful places for camping in the north of Germany here.

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Baltic Sea: Cheap campsites in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

If you want to enjoy nature to the full during your holiday on the beautiful island, switch off from everyday life and experience the picturesque flair of the island, you should decide to camp on Usedom. You take everything the holiday paradise has to offer and save a euro or two, because camping in nature is a lot cheaper than staying in a hotel or holiday apartment. Usedom is very natural and convinces also on the numerous campsites with breathtaking landscapes. The campsites are spread all over the island along the coast or inland and are all centrally located near the beach and promenade. Are you interested in camping? Read more about accessories and camping accessories here.

Special camping highlights:

  • Natural atmosphere
  • Cost effective holiday option
  • Rest and relaxation far away from everyday life
  • Enjoy time with loved ones

Camping far away from everyday life: a feeling of freedom in nature

Camping is a great way to enjoy the peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, listening to the roar of the campfire and taking in the starry sky. Whether you’re with friends or family, you can make the most of your time together, swapping old stories, sitting comfortably together or just relaxing. In the best case scenario, you’ll also make new acquaintances, as most campsites offer a lot of space for visitors and therefore many open-minded new people can be met.

So if you want to fully enjoy the nature aspect of your holiday and have a more varied and eventful time, you should go on this adventure and camp on Usedom to remember this extraordinary holiday for a long time. Here we have picked out a few tips for central and popular campsites for you, which you should definitely consider during your trip to Usedom.

Camping ground Stubbenfelde

4.4 Stars / 805 Reviews

  • Address: Waldstraße 12, 17459 Ückeritz
  • Phone: 038375 20606

Camping site Pomerania

4.4 Stars / 825 Reviews

  • Address: Dr.-Wachsmann-Straße 40, 17454 Zinnowitz
  • Phone: 038377 40348

Camping ground “Ostseeblick” Trassenheide

4.4 Stars / 498 Reviews

  • Address: Zeltplatzstraße 20, 17449 Trassenheide
  • Phone: 038371 20949

Nature camping site “Am Strand

4.1 Stars / 510 Reviews

  • Address: On the camping site 1, 17459 Ückeritz
  • Phone: 038375 20923

Nature Camping Usedom

4.1 Stars / 366 Reviews

  • Address: Zeltplatzstraße 20, 17440 Lütow
  • Phone: 038377 40581

Rostock & Warnemünde from above – Baltic Sea Video

Take a look at Rostock and Warnemünde. Here you can see the Baltic Sea from a bird’s eye view.

Camping in Hamburg – Prices ElbeCamp

Camping ground ElbeCamp – The camping ground ElbeCamp offers as the probably best known camping ground, a perfect experience for big and small. It is located directly between the Elbstrand Wittenbergen and the Falkensteiner Ufer. With its location in the wooded area of Geesthang, the campsite offers a stay close to nature like nowhere else. In addition, the ideal location ensures that you can enjoy a handful of activities. Water sports, swimming, jogging or cycling, the family campsite offers all around activities for the little ones. The campsite is usually open from the end of March to the end of October.

Address and directions – example campsite ElbeCamp

  • Camping ground ElbeCamp
  • Falkensteiner Bank 101
  • 22587 Hamburg

Prices for tents

  • Tent small (1-3 person tent): 7,90 Euro
  • Tent medium (4-6 person tent): 11,20 Euro
  • Tent large (6-8 person tent): 13,90 Euro

Prices for overnight stay

  • 1 adult from 18 years: 7,50 Euro
  • Children from 0-3 years: free of charge
  • Children from 4-13 years: 2,50 Euro
  • Youths from 14-17 years: 3,90 Euro

Prices for sanitary, electricity & Co.

  • Basic price electricity/day (plus consumption) = 1,65 Euro
  • Electricity in kW/h (calculated according to consumption) = 0,65 Euro
  • Water tank filling = 4,90 Euro

Camping in Rügen: cheap & natural in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Another possibility to stay on Rügen is on a campsite. Either you travel with the camper and can easily park on one of the popular campsites, or you camp under the open sky. With this option, you can fully enjoy nature and thus take a break from the otherwise stressful everyday life.

Sitting around the campfire in the evening, watching the starry sky and, in the best case, making new acquaintances – camping on Rügen will definitely offer you an unforgettable time in nature. If you always wanted to exchange your bed for an air mattress in order to enjoy all facets of your holiday on an island, you should definitely opt for camping, which is also cheaper. For this I have picked out a few popular camping spots for you:

  1. Camping ground Drewoldke
  2. Nature campsite Alt Reddevitz
  3. Nature camping Rügen-Pritzwald

Rügen from the height – drone video

Here you see Rügen from the height. This video was taken with a drone in 2018.

Camping at the North Sea – Family, Sport & Fun

The North Sea is practically at your feet in front of the campsite, the range of leisure activities at the North Sea is incredible. Numerous campsites line up like pearls on a necklace along the North Sea coast and almost always have direct access to the sea. For all those who love to let the salty sea air blow around their nose while camping, the North Sea is the ideal holiday destination.

Many campsites offer a wide range of activities, especially for families. Many campsites are open all year round, so you will also find a quiet spot in the low season. If you feel like a trip to town in between, that’s no problem either – regardless of the tides, you can easily reach several shopping towns from here. Camping at the North Sea is a true experience of beauty, hospitality and naturalness. FIV Magazine has selected the 10 best campsites on the North Sea for you:

The top 10 campsites on the North Sea:

  1. North Sea Camping Neuharlingersiel
  2. Beach and family campsite Bensersiel
  3. North Sea Camp Norddeich GmbH
  4. Camping on the dike North Sea
  5. Camping site on the North Sea beach
  6. Camping ground Harlesiel
  7. Island-Camping-Borkum
  8. Camping ground Altfunnixsiel
  9. Camping ground Neuharlingersiel
  10. Camping ground Amrum

Sunset at the North Sea – Video

Watch the sunset at the North Sea from an incomparable perspective.

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