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6 Places to Go Camping Around Düsseldorf

May 3, 2018

Düsseldorf might be an urban city, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of campsites around the area to kick back, relax and roast some Bratwurst! There are actually quite a few nestled in the woods and sitting along the water’s edge, why not give it a try this summer? 

Here is a list of camping areas around Düsseldorf that you might enjoy:


City-campingplatz Lörick | Düsseldorf

Along the yacht harbor of Düsseldorf and next to the open space park in Lörick, this camping spot offers bike paths, hiking trails, sports opportunities and a huge outdoor pool.

Address: Niederkasseler Deich 305, 40547 Düsseldorf
Telephone Number: 02 11/59 14 01

For updated prices, check their website.


Camping Unterbacher See Nord | Düsseldorf

Amidst the lake and the woods is a 6,5-hectare camping spot in Unterbach, Düsseldorf. You can grab internet there, rent bikes and boats, or even take a sailing lesson. Every morning the reception orders fresh bread, croissants, and coffee to sell to their visitors. There is also a kiosk on the property.

We put together a post about all the things you can do along Unterbacher See including sailing, BBQing, SUPing and more! Check it out here.

Address: Kleiner Torfbruch 31, 40627 Düsseldorf
Telephone Number: 02 11/8 99 20 38

For updated prices, check their website


Rheincamping | Meerbusch

Rheincamping is a seasonal campsite in Meerbusch located right along the Rhine River and in the middle of a conservation area. They have a delivery of fresh bread every morning and a kiosk, restaurant and beach bar when you’re ready to eat. They also offer a number of sporting activities on location.

Bonus: Their entire website is also offered in English!

Address: Zur Rheinfähre 21, 40668 Meerbusch
Telephone Number: 
0 21 50/91 18 17

For updated prices, check their website.


Campingplatz @ Strandterrasse | Dormagen

Directly along the water’s edge amidst the nature reserve, is the Strandterrasse campsite. This kid-friendly spot offers up a huge playground for the children and an awesome snack bar.

Address: Grind 1, 41541 Dormagen
Telephone Number: 
0 21 33/7 17 17

For updates prices, check their website.


Freizeitdomizil Entenfangsee | Mülheim an der Ruhr

This wonderful little area in Mülheim an der Ruhr is located directly along the Entenfang Lake in the middle of nature across 14 hectares of land. There are plenty of places to hike, cycle and take part in outdoor activities. There is also a restaurant, café, and kiosk there for your convenience, along with available mobile home parking spaces.

Address: Am Entenfang 7, 45281 Mülheim an der Ruhr
Telephone Number: 02 03/76 01 11

For updated prices, check their website.


Rheinblick Campingplatz | Monheim

At Rheinblick Campingplatz, there’s no doubt that you’ll be able to enjoy the beautiful summer sunsets along the Rhine River. Across 14-hectares, there are more than 400 campsites and a wonderful restaurant with amazing views and fresh bread.

Address: In der Aue, 40789 Monheim
Telephone Number: 0 21 73/6 44 00

For updated prices, check their website.


Got yourself a camper?! Here are a couple parking options in Düsseldorf for mobile homes:


Am Tonhallenufer | Düsseldorf

At the Tonhallenufer along the Rhine River in Düsseldorf, there are 30 parking spaces for mobile homes and campers. While there are no toilets or eating facilities, you’re very close to the Düsseldorf Altstadt and not too far from a local grocery store.


Caravan-Center Messeparkplatz P1 | Düsseldorf

Mobile home and camper parking is available on the leveled lawn strips at the P1 parking. There are showers, toilets and garbage facilities within the fenced area (which is accessible via a code lock). There are 3,500 parking spaces and 800 of those have electrical outlets available.

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