Mountain Camping Parks

Breathtaking Scenery At Iconic Mountain Camping Parks

If you’re a photographer at heart or simply appreciate those kind of backdrops that wedge a place in your memory long after the holiday, then you should take a look at these mountain camping parks which have some of the best views around!

Camping Jungfrau, Switzerland

Camping Jungfrau, Switzerland

Surrounded by 72 waterfalls and set amidst snow-capped mountain peaks, Camping Jungfrau in Switzerland, nestles in a lush green valley and enjoys an idyllic mountainside setting with a magnificent vista. Click Here For Booking Details

Camping Jungfrau is a cosy, family-run mountain camping park with an authentic Alpine atmosphere. There is direct access to the River Weisse. It’s also perfectly situated for a visit to the iconic Eiger glacier. Lauterbrunnen, where Camping Jungfrau is located, is a very charming village in it’s own right. Other imposing mountains nearby include Monch and Jungfrau. Traditional facilities such as a cable car ride to enjoy the dramatic local scenery are all close at hand. The nearest airport is Zurich or if you prefer to drive it is about 10 hours from the Channel ports.

If you are planning to drive into Switzerland by motorway, you will need a vignette, a sticker showing you’ve paid the Swiss motorway tax. These can be purchased at customs posts, service stations, garages and post offices on the border, or in advance from the Swiss Centre (tel 00800 100 20030). Failure to do so will leave you liable to a fine. The vignettes are valid for 12 months regardless of how long you stay. They’re not required on non-motorway roads but you will probably find that very restricting when travelling about in Switzerland unless only planning to stay close to the border.

Camping La Ravoire, Annecy

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The view from the top of the water flumes at Camping La Ravoire near Annecy in the French Alps.
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Rated 9 out of 10 in reviews on Eurocamp & 4.5 out of 5 in reviews on TripAdvisor, Camping La Ravoire, near Annecy in the French Alps scores very highly both for location and for it’s facilities. With fantastic Alpine scenery on all sides, it is a small site just a short walk from Lake Annecy itself and other streams. There are sandy beaches that are ideal for paddling and leisurely canoeing and sailing on the lake.

There are three swimming pools, including an indoor pool for the inevitable cooler, damper temperatures that sometimes occur. There is also a bar, a grocery store and takeaway dining service.

There are flat, grassy pitches for tourers, separated by tidy hedges. There are also mobile homes and pre-erected tents which you can book either directly from the campsite or from Eurocamp.

Camping Bella Austria, St Peter Am Kammersberg, Austria

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Set in the heart of the Katschtal Valley, Camping Bella Austria has some lovely Alpine scenery to enjoy.
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Set in the heart of the Katschtal Valley, Camping Bella Austria is a relaxing camping park with a wide choice of outdoor pursuits nearby. These include plenty of scenic mountain treks on your doorstep for walking or cycling (bicycles are available for hire) and the nearby Mur River which has several watersports options, including white water rafting. The owner enjoys laying on guided informal tours into the splendid countryside surrounding the campsite.

At Camping Bella Austria itself, there are 3 table tennis tables, 2 trampolines, a playground and a basketball court. There is an outdoor swimming pool and a toddler pool open in high season. If the pool is important to you, it’s best to check the dates and times that it is open in advance of your booking. There is also a mini farm for little animal lovers, and a small wellness area for you, including a traditional Austrian sauna.

Camping Bella Austria is a small site with just 230 pitches. There is a range of static caravan and pre-erected safari and classic tents to choose from. Tourers are also welcome.

There is a restaurant at Camping Bella Austria and a small grocery shop, however it is only open until 9AM and the nearest supermarket does not open on Sundays, so you are recommended to arrive with plenty of provisions to begin your stay here.

Camping Bella Austria is a perfect location for getting away from it all and enjoying the majestic Alpine scenery, especially if you prefer more isolated locations.

Natterer See Campsite, Innsbruck, Austria

Natterer See Campsite, Innsbruck

Natterer See Campsite, near Innsbruck, is an Alpine paradise for walking and cycling. Click Here For Booking Details

Natterer See Campsite, near Innsbruck in Austria, is a great place for grabbing your walking shoes or jumping into the saddle, so that you can roam from one spectacular view to another. Younger family members are not forgotten either, as the adjacent lake includes a 66 metre-long water slide and a water trampoline. The Alpine capital city of Innsbruck is also nearby. Some of it’s monuments date back to the fifteenth century.

Airotel Pyrenees Campsite

Airotel Pyrenees Campsite

How do you fancy a National Park on your doorstep and endless, spectacular Pyrénéan passes to explore? At Airotel Camping Pyrénées, breathtaking scenery will come as standard. Click Here For Booking Details

Situated next to a stunning National Park, and with the historic town of Luz St Sauveur just 800 metres away, Airotel Pyrenees Campsite has a stunning, natural location. There is also a wide range of accommodation options, including stylish safari tents and mountain lodges. There are three swimming pools to choose from, plus a small spa that has a jacuzzi and sauna. The nearest airport is Lourdes, whilst the nearest port is across the border in Bilbao.

Camping Seeblick Toni, Kramsach, Austria

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Camping Seeblick Toni, near Kramsach in Austria, is surrounded by lovely Alpine scenery.
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Camping Seeblick Toni, near Kramsach in Austria, is in a lovely lakeside location in the Austrian Tyrol. A great spot to stop on a touring holiday, there is no swimming pool but the nearby lake is a handy alternative. It is one of the warmest lakes in Austria. Make use of the free mountain pass to visit the nearby mountains via the ski lifts and take in the breathtaking scenery. After that, dine out at the restaurants located for skiers in the winter and walkers in the summer. There is also a restaurant with a largely Tyrolean menu at Camping Seeblick Toni itself.

As well as welcoming tourers, there is a range of camping, glamping and holiday apartment accommodation available

As with any mountainside location, the weather can be a lottery with rain and mist rolling in periodically. As well as booking directly, the campsite can also be booked via the Camping and Caravanning Club.

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