Camping pearls of Austria

Relax and experience with Top Camping Austria

At the gates of the cultural capital of Vienna, directly on the shores of Lake Neusiedler or with a panoramic view of the Wild Kaiser: the 15 Top Camping Austria campsites are not only located in majestic locations in Austria, they also inspire with a lot of comfort and quality, an extensive range of offers and great service. During the high season, the TOPI Club awaits young guests with plenty of games, fun and adventure.

Collect „camping days“ and stay overnight free of charge: For each overnight stay, you will receive one stamp and for 19 stamps one free overnight stay. Once the Top Card reaches 100 overnight stays or if you’ve travelled to all 15 destinations, a whole week’s holiday is free of charge.

In the TOPI Club, open during the high season, everything revolves around the young camping guests: with childcare, children’s lunches and special events, great indoor play areas and outdoor playgrounds.

At the base of the Zugspitze in the Tyrolean Alps, the Aktiv & Familienresort Tiroler Zugspitze invites you to enjoy relaxing days and a wide range of leisure activities in dreamlike natural surroundings. The comfortable 4‐star campsite is open all year round.

The luxurious summer and winter campsite Sportcamp Woferlgut offers 5-star comfort. Sports and nature-loving holidaymakers take advantage of the extensive range of activities, while young campers look forward to the children’s programme in the TOPI Club.

Top reasons for Top Camping Austria

Everything at a glance

  • 15 exclusive camping oases, ten of which are located directly on the lake 
  • Excellent equipment, high quality and personal service 
  • Convincing price‐performance ratio 
  • Extensive active and sports programme throughout the year 
  • Fun, games and adventure in the TOPI Club, including childcare services  

Tyrol, Salzburg, Carinthia, Upper Austria, Lower Austria, Burgenland, Upper Austria 
Holiday regions 
Tyrolean Zugspitze, Innsbruck, Zillertal, Alpbachtal, Kaiserwinkel, Pillerseetal, Salzburger Land, Turnersee, Gailtal, Millstätter See, Ossiacher See, Wolfgangsee, Danube/Vienna, Neusiedler See 
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