Arrive and feel good with Premium Camps

On the road at home

Camping comfortably and with enjoyment: Premium Camps convince through their high quality and service standards, their familiar atmosphere and their leisure activities for young and old. A total of 16 campsites in Germany invite you to an individual wellness holiday – from the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage Site on the North Sea of Schleswig‐Holstein to the Zugspitze with its spectacular Alpine panorama.

The Premium Camps have above‐average quality standards, which are reflected in the well‐maintained sanitary areas, among other things. Many places are in the process of being certified as ServiceQ operations.

Exceptional service, comfort and individuality have top priority at Premium Camps. Guests are warmly welcomed by the owners or operators and personally looked after during their stay.

From the Maischolle on the sunny island of Fehmarn to the Bergader Schmankerlstunde in the Chiemgau: all members of Premium Camps have a typical regional range of restaurants on the site or within walking distance.

The camping and leisure park LuxOase, idyllically embedded in the wonderful nature of Saxon Switzerland, offers games, fun and relaxation for the entire family. Dresden and the Elbe Sandstone Mountains invite you to unique excursions.

Top reasons for Premium Camps

Everything at a glance

  • 16 family‐friendly premium campsites in nine federal states 
  • Individual experiences and diverse leisure activities from the Baltic Sea to Zugspitze 
  • Personal atmosphere and cordial guest care 
  • Excellent quality and high service standards 
  • Typical regional gastronomy directly on the square or in the immediate vicinity 

Schleswig‐Holstein, Mecklenburg‐Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony, Potsdam, Saxony, North Rhine‐Westphalia, Hesse, Baden‐Württemberg, Bavaria 
Holiday regions 
Baltic Sea Schleswig‐Holstein, Holsteinische Switzerland, North Sea Schleswig‐Holstein, Baltic Sea Mecklenburg‐Vorpommern, Schweriner See, Mecklenburg Lake District, Lüneburger Heide, Potsdam, Saxon Switzerland, Lower Rhine, Lahntal, Lake Constance, Zugspitze, Chiemgau, Lower Bavarian Spa Triangle 
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