Camping in Germany

At Spottocamp you can find 2,270 fantastic campsites in Germany. Whether you go by tent, camper or caravan, we find the best places to give you a great holiday.

What is the best period for camping in Germany?
The best time to camp in Germany is the months January to November. This is when there is less rain and the most hours of sunshine per day. With a maximum temperature of 23 degrees, July is the hottest month in Germany.

What does camping cost in Germany?
The average price of a campsite in Germany is €22.21 per night. This is an average price based on a car and two persons with a tent, caravan or camper.

On holiday in Germany.

Germany has a temperate maritime climate, whereby the geographical location and the landscape also determine the weather. There are a number of hilly areas, but in the extreme south of Germany there are real mountains that belong to the Alps. Despite the differences that can be found within Germany when it comes to weather and climate, there is a period that can generally be designated as the best time to travel to Germany. This is from May to September. This period does not guarantee pleasant weather, but it does offer the greatest chance of good weather for various travel purposes, such as city trips, walking, cycling, touring or relaxing.

The climate in Germany

Germany has a temperate maritime climate, with relatively mild winters, no extremely hot summers and precipitation all year round. Within a radius of a hundred kilometres, there can be great differences in temperature and weather, especially if there is a higher area in between. That it gets warmer towards the south is also not guaranteed in Germany. The long-term average temperatures show that in the summer months the northwest is indeed cooler than the rest of Germany, but in the winter months it is exactly the other way around. Because most of the cold then comes from the north and east and the northwest and the temperature in the west of the country are positively influenced by the North Sea, it seems that the further you go from the Netherlands into Germany, the colder it gets. This is especially noticeable in higher areas, such as the Thuringian Forest, the Bavarian Forest, the Black Forest, Sauerland and the Bavarian Alps.

Top rated

Discover our top rated campsites in Germany.


Ostseebad Kühlungsborn

CampingPlatz Ecktannen

Heilbad Waren (Müritz)

Naturparkcamping Prinzenholz


FKK-Camping Ostsee


Camping zur Perle


Insel-Camp Fehmarn

Meeschendorf / Inselcamping Fehmarn

Camping Holmernhof

Bad Füssing

Campingplatz Demmelhof

Bad Tölz-Stallau