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1. DCC-Campingplatz Berlin-Gatow

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DCC-Campingplatz Berlin-Gatow
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Kladower Damm 207/213, 14089 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 3654340

Business type: Campground



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teil bakker: The campsite was rather expensive (35 euros per night for 2 persons with a small tent and a car) looking at the overall picture. There were several homeless people sleeping and staying at the campsite whom bothered us and other people asking for alcohol, food, etc. The campsite did not have any other security than a gate which was open all day and can be locked by night. The toilets and showers were okay. The conection to the city was okay, it takes around 50-60 minutes to get to the city center. Half of the campsite is for long term stayers.

Amber: had a terrible stay here, a party till super late at night and when someone on our tent space was just talking with other people they got a complaint about their noise while it was just talking, no complaint about the party whatsoever. Staff were insanely rude aswel I do not recommend this place, I left early and they did not want to give my money back for the stay i actually planned.

Christofer Sundqvist: Nice campsite with 45-60 min from City center, x34 will take you from outside the camping to Zoologischer garten. Quiet during the nights and evenings, showers are free from extra charge, quite well kept as well. Not much of a playground for the kids though... 4 stars is mainly for the location.

Francesco Alifuoco: Very rude receptionist, bathrooms pretty dirty and not enough for the amount of people when the camping is full and you are not allowed to leave anything to charge in rhe kitchen or anywhere. Really disappointed from my stay here

Ben Ziggo: Nice camping the bus stops right in front of the camping it takes 45-50 min to reach alexanderplatz with bus and tram.

Rich Mears: Good value site with mainly grass (some are muddier/sandy) level pitches. Some of the facilities are showing their age, but everything works. Showers are included, but you need to pay for WiFi, hobs in the kitchen and washing. There is a small cafe/bar on site and fresh bed is available. The reception team are pretty helpful and you can purchase a Berlin travel card. There is a bus stop outside the site and the trip to Central Berlin is about an hour.

Daniel Capasso: Takes about an hour to get into town but it's super easy. Camping ground is neat and tidy, facilities are awesome and the staff were great. They let me post some items that I desperately needed to them and held them for a week without a fuss. Would absolutely go back again. 👍

Noel Winstanley: Very good base for exploring Berlin. Good transport links - 40 mins from busstop outside campsite gets you to Zoo interchange. Showers free. Well maintained and clean toilet block. Cafe owner a little grouchy.

Donald Booth: This camp site has a bus stop within 20 metres which takes about 40 minutes to get to the central bus station in Zoologischer Garten. An unlimited day ticket (Tageskarte "AB") is E7. The staff speak OK English. For an additional fee you can get WIFI (slow was 0.5mbps) in almost any area of the site (2 euros 1 hour; 5 euros for 24 hours). Toilets are decent. There is a snack bar but no shop. There is a Lidl 2km away There are water taps on the pitch, I would come again.

Sean McDermott: Great site for visiting Berlin or Potsdam. Neat, tidy, organised. Very good shower block, grey water disposal point, black water disposal point. Bus stop outside site for Berlin or Potsdam. Will be back.

2. Campingplatz Kuhle Wampe

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Campingplatz Kuhle Wampe
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Kuhle Wampe, Str. zur Krampenburg 2, 12559 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 179 4390998

Business type: Campground



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Alex Bahlk: It is a lovely camping ground with friendly people. The tent area is a bit limited. Reserve in advance!

Sofia Sandin: A perfect get away from the city. The camp site is located on the lake away from the main roads. The site has a beach that is perfect for a swim but also a lot of swim spots along the lake. We arrived and were welcomed by the host, everything was very easy but well organised. Its a great atmosphere and even though we only speak a little German, everyone was very helpful and friendly!

Benjamin Brown: Great camping platz, kind owners, clean facilities and beautiful lovely location!

Zaur Mustafayev: It is really nice place but you have to be careful if you plan to do wild camping. Around the place is a lot of wild pigs. The restaurant is fantastic. Despite the german people eat lot of bacon, they also offer you some vegan and vegetarian foods :)

Jaime González-Arintero: Nice camping, affordable and very close to Berlin. It's not very big, and it gets really busy in the summer, so send them an email before going (even if you just have a small tent). Besides, it's not allowed to park cars inside, so you have to leave it in the closest public parking (15 minutes walk), or in one of the sides of the road that head to the camping (and risk to get a parking ticket). You'd rather drop your things in the main gate, set your stuff up, and then park the car once you're done. Bicycles are allowed of course. The facilities are nicely maintained, and the owners/managers are friendly and helpful. Hey, but expect rules for everything, as you're in Germany after all ;) By the way, it's allowed to take dogs, just ask for it!

Paweł Troć: We stayed here for a weekend and it was great! Everybody was super friendly and helpful (and my German is terrible). Playground is in good shape, toilets are clean. We will comeback for sure.

Dermot Meaney: Strange campground but wonderfully at the same time. We found it by accident and had a nice quiet few days camping by Mugglesee in the middle of summer. We met some nice people there and could buy beer & food at the shop. It is a long(ish) way from the nearby town. We were told some stories about its eastie past life. Any how it was good experience for two Aussies on a European cycling expedition between Oslo & Athens.

Zohaib Akhtar Khan: Nice place for swimming

Fuerst Renje: My second Home

Elisa Karberg: Named after the filmed drama "Kuhle Wampe oder: Who owns the world" (1932) by Berthold Brecht, which is also about a colony of tents, this is a really beautiful and peaceful idyll. Here you can camp or, like us, take a break from the bike tour for a snack. The food offer was German cuisine delicious with self-service. There are also bicycle racks and toilets, keys on request.

3. Hotel und City Camping Nord Hettler & Lange

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Hotel und City Camping Nord Hettler & Lange
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Gartenfelder Str. 1, 13599 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 33503633

Business type: Campground



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Wito Werner: Decent price for decent quality, but still I think it is the best offer in Berlin. The advantages: clean toilets amd showers, no extra fees for showers (I really appreciated it), good location - just 11 km from the centre. What I didn't like was a shortage of facilities like cooking space or benches and the fact you can't pay with a card. But I generally recommend this place - clean and peaceful. 2 supermarkets nearby.

Dave Brons: EDIT : visitors should note that TEGEL Airport closed in 2021 so aircraft noise is no longer a problem. The good: Well connected to public transport. Narrow camping slot by the river , but nice and shaded. Professional check in and welcome. The bad: Cash only. I know that Germans are accustomed to paying huge bills in cash, but for many of us, carrying huge amounts of cash on a camping trip is just not something we feel safe doing. It's 2022 not 1991, so I think it's time for this site to embrace card technology.

Guillaume Thivolet: Camping is rather small but has all the amenities needed for a short stay. During our 3 days we did not hear any planes. Showers could be cleaner, price is good and special mention to the biergarten waiter who gave excellent service.

aljaz pogorelcnik: Dirty toilets & showers. We stayed there for 4 days, so did someones used q-tips in the showers. Never seen any cleaning person, stinky situation. Chem toilet disposal not working etc. Cash only. All in all, the place is a mess.

nil nul: Stayed for 3 nights in late September.WIFI: 1/5, not good in most places.Enironment: 2/5, a little loud, tenting site is not clean.

Mark Pree: My wife and I came to visit Berlin for 4 days / 3 nights. We stayed at Hotel und City Camping Nord site. We arrived after 18:00 Friday evening and called the reception on our way there to ask for advice. They were very helpful and told us we were able to enter the site, choose a pitch for our Motorhome and see the receptionist the following morning. The site is 8/10 very clean, the showers were nice and clean, the water nice and hot what more could you ask for! For us a short walk (20 minutes) to PeterSternStrasse metro and you have the U7 line towards Berlin centre. Very easy way to get around, I suggest the 24 hour ticket. (Don’t forget to validate it!) All in all very happy and would recommend it, they even gave us a present for our 2 dogs 🙂

Nicholas De Palma: Pleasant and affordable campground by the river. No not the quietest place, and I heard little in the way of airplanes that other people mentioned. Nice to wake up to boats and paddlers going by. Cheap laundry, clean bathrooms, short enough ride(25 mins by motorbike/car) to the city. Beer garden was nice for evening relaxation. Was nice to have breakfast as an option. Fresh baked rolls with butter and jam available for one euro. Would have given 5 stars if it wasn’t for the woman who was working the breakfast on my last day. Every other day a nice young woman was very helpful and kind, offered an extra egg when there was one, let me have butter and jam that was there with my coffee and roll. After spending 4 days and spending money there, the older woman with glasses was very rude to me before I left…scolding me for grabbing a small plate and butter/jam to use with the hard roll I just bought from them. When I asked if I could buy a hard boiled egg for the roll she just started getting angry that I asked and it was not part of breakfast. Very rigid and nasty woman. Either wait to interact with the nice young blonde woman working breakfast, or go elsewhere…heads up the angry woman was only on a Monday;) Otherwise a very pleasant stay for camping, wunderbar!

J J: My experience was camping in a tent here. For two people and a dog it was €22.50 to pitch our tent. The tent area is near the water which is fenced off and is accessible. You pitch your tent in dirt. Not sand. Dirt. It is fine and gets everywhere. This place in turn is DIRTY! The bathrooms are dirty and no one cleans up after themselves. There is also no communal kitchen at all. In addition, it is extremely near the airport and is SUPER LOUD! I took a video during the day to show how loud it is. Luckily the flights seem to become infrequent from 00:00 to 05:15 so you’ll get some sleep. The only good thing about this place is there is a car park nearby here and you can park for €2.00 for the entire day and catch the U6 to the city center. I would not recommend this place nor would I stay here again.

Marta Gruener: Very nice place in a quiet area of Berlin. Many campers - some for 1 day with a tent, others for longer time. On place many showers, WC (outside and in hotel - opened for guests all day). Many electric nests to charge anything you need...;) There is also an outside bar (grill, beer, cold non-alcoholic drinks...) by the channel/river opened in afternoon. Great placed - cause in the near lays a small playground for children (sandbox and few more little things). You can eat breakfast by hotel (extra any day you want - if you are a camper) or order fresh “Brötchen” without need to buy them on your own. In the near (1-1.5km max?) is a bus stop to get anywhere you need with public transportation (*in the evening/night the way back is a bit challenging as there are no lamps alongside the road to camping (street by the river). It’s not modern place, showers are ‘stuck’ to the wall (hard to wash a child:), sometimes it smells from the pipes in bathroom with ‘staying water’... but it’s clean, quiet and a house we had pleasure to rent - was fully equipped in “mosquito’s nets”, there were 2children sits extra, dishwasher in kitchen and coffee machine too... many advantages:)
Response: Dear Marta Gruener, On behalf of our company I would like to thank you for your rating. The Hotel & City Camping team would be delighted to welcome you as your next visit to our capital. With best regards Doreen L. -Leitererin Public Relations Hotel & City Camping Berlin-

Gaea101 Tuck: We stayed for 5 days in a tent, right beside the canal. Beautiful to wake up to, especially being in the city. Great facilities, friendly staff. Hot showers and plug ins for electronics included in the price. My only complaint is the noise from the airport. I would suggest ear plugs!
Response: Dear Gaea101 Tuck, On behalf of our company I would like to thank you for your rating. The Hotel & City Camping team would be delighted to welcome you as your next visit to our capital. With best regards Doreen L. -Leitererin Public Relations Hotel & City Camping Berlin-

4. Campingplatz Berlin-Kladow

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Campingplatz Berlin-Kladow
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Krampnitzer Weg 111-117, 14089 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 3652797

Business type: Campground



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Christy Duijvelaar: Large camping area. Friendly staff. Huge service buildings wit many toilets. Strict on wearing face masks. Two open fields for short term stays of campers, one tent field. Couple of nice large, but expensive places for longer stays. One gets a key to the gate for night arrivals. Bakery shop is great, they made a beautiful and very tasty birthday cake for our daughter. Nice rolls as well, not cheap though. City centre is quite a distance. We did it in 1.5 hour on the bike, but we're not biking too fast. Public transport is possible, but also takes around the same time.

Emre Ebeturk: Overall, not bad for a change. Most of the space of this camping place is allotted for RVs and seemingly for long term stays. During the weekend, it looked like there was not many spaces left for RVs. The average age is quite old, which can be an advantage because people are quiet and respectful (except on Saturday nights at the restaurants where they do Karaoke and you should avoid :@ ). However, there really isn't much space between each party. Although there are beautiful trees, lakes and forest nearby, it does not make you feel in nature. The area spared for tents is quite restricted but because they are not numbered or clearly designated, you can simply go there and find some space to set up your tent, unless you don't mind being too close to other people. It is child friendly, so it may be a good place to take kids for their first camping, if you live in Berlin or Potsdam. There is a playground in the site, and two decent lakes to swim nearby. Restrooms and showers were clean and people were mostly respecting Corona related measures. Hot water in the showers are free of charge. There is a laundry room with washing machines and another room for dish-washing in the same facility. At the entrance of this building, there also stands a refrigerator open to public use. There is a restaurant + bakery at the entrance of the site. The bakery is open until the afternoon when the restaurant opens. The bakery is operated by the nicest person. Fresh baked bread is great,and there are a couple of sandwiches and croissants but the food options are still a bit limited. The restaurant offers really favorable prices for drinks and food. Burgers are not the best but I won't complain. Staff were super nice but, to be honest, really slow. We waited MORE THAN AN HOUR for our burgers. Prices are surprisingly above average. There are several better camping sites in Berlin which charge less per visitor and tent. This is one of the major reasons why we will not prefer this site for the next camping stay. But the main reason is that it feels packed...

Mads BS: Overall okay, amenities pretty run down and could use an extra clean.

marco van den burg: Super camping. Nice friendly people. Toilets andere showers are a bit older. But very clean. You can take a bus for only 7 euro to berlin. And use the metro / bus / train all Day. Kids are free. We will go visit again .

Helga Fritz: Very clean and Family friendly camping Site. Easy to reach from berlin. Fair prices, warm showers with no charges, beautiful lakes. Take high volt cables for electricity and you’re good to go.

Sinem Kurt: Peaceful and comfortable camping area. We went there by bike in 1,5 hours from Berlin Mitte and stayed in a tent ⛺

Ari .T: Worst staff ever seen in a camping place.

Klaus Pedersen: Ok site, but a bit far away from Berlin if you like to visit the city. The staff wasn't very friendly and I probably won't return to this site.

Carlos Gonzalez: Lovely place and clean 👌

John Hall: We were satisfied with this camping site and they were friendly.

5. Campingplatz Berlin-Wannsee

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Campingplatz Berlin-Wannsee
Price / Quality
3.7
Available services
3.8
Location
3.7
Possibility of Parking
3.7
Wifi
3.7

Address: Albrechts Teerofen 33-35, 14109 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 173 1598117

Business type: Campground



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Michael Potsdam: Idyllically secluded on the Teltow Canal.

Ra Ko: The worst campsite ever. Electricity overpriced, landlady (without words). Expensive parking space rental. Never again. There's one star too many 👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎

Brüning-Reisinger Andreas: Nice place, only for permanent campers not for day campers.

MeiSea60: Is very nice and not far from the water

nix nixen: This is NOT a campsite, but a domicile for long-term caravan parkers. It has nothing to do with camping.

Peter Neft: Spend wonderful weekends and short breaks on the square for many decades.

Martin H.: Nice campsite for permanent campers (no day visitors).

Walter Dahm: All the best, gladly again

Wir Unser: More like the sight of a junkyard

Bernhard Scholz: A big family, even in winter!

6. Campingfreunde Berlin e.V.

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Campingfreunde Berlin e.V.
Price / Quality
4.8
Available services
4.7
Location
4.7
Possibility of Parking
4.7
Wifi
4.7

Address: Albrechts Teerofen 20, 14109 Berlin, Germany

Business type: Campground



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Roma Kot: Qualitative and fast 👍 Very nice prices.

To vo A: Comfortable

7. Zeltlagerplatz e.V.

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Zeltlagerplatz e.V.
Price / Quality
3.8
Available services
3.9
Location
3.8
Possibility of Parking
3.8
Wifi
3.8

Address: Rallenweg 4, 13505 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 43666155

Business type: Campground



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Deler: Far from x34 Busstop.No bonfire is allowed.Bathroom are not cleanVery small and tight for a tent

Rene Payne: Stayed here for a youth camp. Great location. But it is very run down and it does not seem that the care takers repair or take care of the place. Toilet seats falling off, faucets loose, door handles on rooms falling off and over growing sticker bushes. Dirty everywhere inside. This place has so much more potential if it was only taken care of.
Response: we are always happy to welcome guests at our camping site, for context the place has been run by a small community club of volunteers and has been for over 70 years. we run on non-profit and sadly haven‘t received any significant federal funding since the late 80‘s. I assure you we are aware of the things you mentioned and are constantly busy investing our own freetime and money in fullfilling health and safety standards to ensure campers from all over the world can continue to experience our beautiful site. any donations you may make will be going towards that goal. I hope in case you‘ll visit us again the progress we are constantly making will be apparent. Friendship & auf wiedersehen!

Joost van Wijk: We had a school trip here, it was a lot of fun.The tents were fine.

Mohammad Sherif: Natural

vpp 011: Really a cheap option for a tent overnight stay in Berlin!! There is a big group tent, a gas cooker and a fridge and the owners are very friendly too! Only the bathrooms are a bit "shabby", but there is no lack of hot water either! Except for the distance to the city center, it is really sufficient

Schulen Coolen: For a week class trip that was really shabby! In most of the rooms there were sometimes no sockets and if there were any, they didn't work! The hospitality wasn't the best either, we asked questions about sockets and we only got clumsy answers like, "It's not our problem". Very disgusting also on site on some mattresses were brown like red spots which is very disgusting! Not recommended the place.

Markus Hartmann: Super nice here, all around huge wooded areas, a great lake...can only be recommended

Michael Häußer: Originally tents, some investment needs. Nice team of volunteers takes care of all areas. 🦊 🐗 cavort through the woods.

Diana Wüstenhagen: Bugs came out of the shower and it was dirty everywhere.

stijn Meerts: It was one of the areas where we have been with our group. It was the most expensive (and immediately the worst) and that was a pity. Almost everything is outdated and needs updating. The showers could not be closed with a door you could only cover the opening with a shower sheet. Furthermore, there was only 4 toilets for everyone in the field. And it does not stop even the pitch was nothing worth uneven ground and a rickety tent for the steam. In short, I will never come back here.

8. Camping.info GmbH

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24 reviews
Camping.info GmbH
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.2
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.2
Wifi
4.2

Address: Oranienburger Str. 27, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 6 PM

Telephone: +49 30 994048620

Business type: Corporate office



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C B: Very good information from camping guests who have already visited the sites. Now also pass on information from the places we have visited. Have used the site for several years and have always been satisfied thanks to the information provided by other guests. Of course, everyone has different requirements and ideas, so you ultimately have to convince yourself of the place and not just rely on the reviews of others. However, we always found the photos very helpful. Will definitely keep using it.

Wolfgang Braier: The latest report on the cost of campsites per day and 2 people is not correct at all. At most for campsites without stars. If you want a little more comfort, you pay 43.00 euros per night in Börgerende, for example.
Response: Hello Mr Braier, that's right, the variance in prices is indeed large. On the contrary, there are also many cheaper places, so the average comes about. We wish you happy camping The camping.info team

Guenther Maier: Good online product, has been helping me reliably for years!"

Hans: Actually a nice platform, I used it this year to plan our summer vacation and was negatively surprised. In our opinion, the campsite was not as great as it was described in the portal. After I had published our experiences with the campsite on the portal, I was asked to "defuse" parts of my review, otherwise it would be deleted. I didn't respond to that and asked for my review and my account to be removed. In my understanding, this procedure does not correspond to the sense and purpose of a "free" evaluation medium for campsites.
Response: Dear Hans, thank you for your review. However, it is not the case that you should "defuse" your rating. We asked that you remove or rewrite the points that violate our guidelines, such as comparison with another campsite. Furthermore, some points regarding the facility simply did not correspond to the condition of the place, here we also asked to change or remove the passages. Of course, you can still express your personal opinion and feelings. We also regret that you preferred to have the review removed rather than adjusting to our guidelines. You can find this here: https://www.camping.info/guidelines.aspx. If you change your mind and would like to publish your review again, please contact us. best regards Your Camping.info team

LOSTexecutable: Today after a while downloaded the app again ... nothing worked anymore. I have seen from the other recessions that this has only been the case since an update. But 1 month later I expect the problem to be resolved. 3 stars because I still hope that the app will work again because I had good experiences with it in the past. The website works perfectly! That's why there is a star plus.

josef demmel: So far we have always had good experiences with camping info.

An Be: For me the best platform to find campsites. Has been used by me for many years. The app is also very useful when you're on the go. Here you can also find small and cheap pitches.

Antje R.: Very helpful... for camping enthusiasts! Facilitates the search for campsites. Lots of information ... Which place is open when? Can I use the sanitary facilities? Is the seat already fully booked? From campers for campers.

Stephan Selbach: Has helped me many times to find the perfect campsite. First choice when planning my vacation!!! Thumbs up.

Thomas butsl: Unfortunately, the site always crashes or takes way too long. Too bad.

9. Wohnmobil-Oase-Berlin

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Wohnmobil-Oase-Berlin
Price / Quality
3.4
Available services
3.5
Location
3.4
Possibility of Parking
3.4
Wifi
3.4

Address: Hochstraße 4, 13357 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 175 2466247

Business type: RV park



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Fredrik Croona: Perfect place to stay if you want be close to the city.Ok facilities, nice and helpful staff.Will stay here next time we visit Berlin!

Kent Wang: Expensive and crowded. A few spots with partial shade

Kimmo Laakkonen: Excellent like location. All necessary services. Door is closed very early. Some campers couldn't get out of with their vehicles.

Miss LuLatte: Sure, it’s convenient that it’s located in the centre area of Berlin but it’s clearly overpriced, services are really poor, no real bathrooms, flooded showers every morning with no proper cleaning. This is not a camping at all considering that it does not have any of the required facilities. The staff are rude and tried to con us of double the amount of money that was promised with including all services. We did not feel welcome at all under the entire time of our stay. The people that come here are more or likely here as a last resort. I would not pay a single cent for this.

Goyo Pampliega Rodriguez: I love the mood of the place. Very kind staff. Next to Sbahn/Ubahn station. The only little issue was not to have the toilets open 24 hrs and no shower possible. The rest great

Victoria Godbold: Excellent location for visiting Berlin. Staff very helpful. More like a secure car park, gates are locked at night. 5 minute walk to the underground. A €7 euro ticket buys you unlimited travel around Berlin on the underground, buses and trams. The no. 100 bus takes you to most of the tourist attractions and is included in your all day ticket. We paid €27 a night+ €2 for use of shower and toilet. Electricity is included but only 3 amps which was ok for the fridge, Remoska and charging phones.

P E: Pay attention ! If you want to spoil your holiday fun, go to this motorhome place! Never experienced such unfriendly staff. Very dirty sanitary (especially the disposal of a chemical toilet 🤮). Strange guys in the night at the camper place and the final bill was considerably higher. We paid appr 59 Euro per night for our 7m camper. She ( owner ) then refers there a document with AGB conditions ... my advice! Avoid this place.

Greta Lundin Nilsson: I've never experienced something like this before. First of all the toilets and showers were defintly not hygientic and so not worth the money. (Well the whole camping was also not worth the money either the time) I do have pics of it of somebody want's to see. Second of all, the service at this camping. The woman in charge that you expect should be the most reasonable person is complitly impossible. She can't take critic, she yells at costumers and for some reason she got very angry at me and my family. One day when we got out of the camping she cut off our electric (that we paid for) so all our food was ruined. When we confronted her she panicted and forced us to talk to another man. She even charged us for more money then we should've paid for. Because on the site it stood the price and we screenshoted that, she simply changed the price after we talked to her. And that we do have evidence on. I sincerely hope that she gets the help that she needs. Because this woman must have some kind of mental illness. This experienced ruined my weekend. I 100% do NOT recommend this camping.

Jesse Inman: Sure it's convenient and sure they have to pay more rent for their spot in the middle of Berlin but it's overpriced, services are poor, showers flooded every morning so your wallowing through dirty water and on top of that of the three members of staff that I met, one of them shared a bit of casual racism with me and the only female member of staff clearly hates the human race. I'd hand your money to someone else if I were you.

Michael Rowan-Maxwell: We just arrived here. The owner was very helpful and the site was immaculate and it's got great transport links given these factors this place as an absolute gem! The owner spoke English and gave us some very useful information and even helped us use our adapter for the power. We have booked for 3 nights so will update once we have left but so far it's an excellent site for motorhome parking in Berlin Revision: had a guy knock on the door and ask if we were leaving (whilst packing away) asked if we were staying another night after I said no we would be moving on along our journey, he asked when we would be leaving. I said we would look to make an exit for around 12 he then jumped in and said "no actually check out is 11" seems he could of just said okay check out is 11. He then disconnected the power line which seeing as it was 9:55 slightly peeved me. Hence the downgrade from 5 stars to 4 stars. However he was not the same incredibly helpful chap who signed us in. Staff here are hit and miss. Mike

10. RV parking Berlin - "Historical Fährhaus"

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RV parking Berlin -
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.1
Location
4.1
Possibility of Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.1

Address: Müggelbergallee 3, 12557 Berlin, Germany

Telephone: +49 30 65474425

Business type: RV park



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Tomasz Jakowiecki: Excelent, calm place to relax and visit Berlin. You can sit in the marina and have morning coffee. Sunsets amazing. Everything clean and in proper (German:) order. People at the reception nice and helpful. Price for the stay is more than satisfying. Only campers allowed!

Marcin Podwojski: Lovely place. Great location. Small, yet very clean bathrooms. Unfortunately I was unable to find a place for gray and black water disposal. Only German speaking staff.
Response: Dear Mr. Podwojski, Thank you for your review and that you feel comfortable in our holiday resort. Our two gray and black water disposal stations are located right next to the 2 buildings. In our showcase we have tried to explain this. On the weekends, we sometimes only have German-speaking colleagues in the office. If you arrive during the week, colleagues with English language skills are of course available to you. We wish you a pleasant stay and nice eventful days in Berlin. Rainer Loeber harbor master

Martin Mann: Friendly staff. Beautiful scenery, not far from the trams to go into the city. and very clean unlike other campings I have been too. By far this is the best camping in Berlin.

David Schouten: Nice place near the boat and tram station. Wifi costs €5

Margrit Denker: Top.

Wendy K: Average parking. Nothing special.

Fant Winter: Just an extremely cute place. Yes, it's quite narrow and there's no waste disposal to drive over - but you're right next to a small marina, there's a pizza maker who knows his stuff (they also have delicious ice cream), you have every opportunity to explore Berlin, it's total quiet in the evening, there are tables and chairs for all camper guests right on the water, you can get the pizza from next door on the plate - it's just fun to be here. We spontaneously extended before the first night. There is a toilet m/w and a double shower for couples (or strangers who don't have a problem with it) 1€/5min per shower. There is also a rental sauna, cassette emptying and fresh water are included. Gray water only via mobile containers. Electricity? Is there an extra charge for each seat, I didn't ask (I'm currently testing my solar system). Conclusion: Absolute recommendation, you should respect the rules of the operator, he also has a few other little things on his mind. Reservation possible from 5 days, otherwise call from 10 a.m. and not before! Standing tight is required (still 1.5 meters clearance), if you can't do without an awning: look for someone else.

Jeanet: Very small spots. The campers are a maximum of 1.5 meters apart. But you do have a beautiful terrace on the water or behind your camper with table and chairs. Sanitary not really clean, and showers (2) weirdly arranged in sauna part 1 room with 2 showers. The sauna room can be locked, but if someone uses the sauna, it is not possible to shower. Owner pays little attention to camper spots and terrain. He sells fences and all possible places are full of samples of fences. Garden / house reception look unkempt. But it is a wonderful place to stand for a few days. Beautiful view of the harbor and the river from the terrace. Nice ride to Berlin by bike and public transport within walking distance of the motorhome. Good pizza joint on the harbour. For the money, the camper spots and sanitary facilities should be better taken care of

Federico Di Pane: A decidedly negative experience. They have a very small camper parking area, close to the lake, if there are 7 campers that's too much. In my case, they moved me to a parking lot at the beginning of the road, with tall grass, only with electricity. The water unloading and loading service is practically non-existent, they have a hole in which you cannot unload except with an external tank, ah I forgot that in front of this "unloading" there is a camper place that is always occupied, so in fact there is no the possibility of getting there with your own vehicle. I paid in the parking lot across the street as if I had been in front of the lake, a good 40 euros per night in order not to have no filling water or draining the gray. The bathrooms are obviously subject to an extra charge, and consist of a shared shower for 2, where you risk having it together with other people. Strongly not recommended, plus the managers do not even speak a word of English, in 2022 in a European capital, shameful.

Alba Dedola: Camper area that would have potential if exploited better (like really offering the services they say they have) and prices appropriate to what they can offer. The pitches are also nice, each has its own pretty terrace, with table, chairs and fountain with drinking water; pity that the spaces are quite right and that when they run out of seats facing the lake, they propose, for 40 € (!!!) a parking without even electricity, on gravel in the road towards the entrance, right in front of the tram routes. It would be worth it if they asked 10 €.
Response: Dear guest, you have probably also noticed that you have stayed in one of the most expensive residential areas in Berlin. And you probably also know that a parking space in Berlin costs €3 per hour...without overnight stays and without electricity, of course. And that a parking space in Italy now costs €80 per night. But you don't have to worry, a planning application for a city villa is currently in progress for our alternative parking space... as with so many parking spaces in Berlin. Then they no longer have a problem with the “high” fee 😉. As long as our guests motivate us to continue as before, the marina will remain public for a while. We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you that due to the increased energy and wage costs, our parking space will remain closed for the first time from November to March. We don't want to scare our guests with the prices, which will surely increase again. By April next year we'll probably all be used to it. Best regards Your hosts ... and stay healthy everyone!

11. PiNCAMP

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PiNCAMP
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Torstraße 131, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 5 PM

Telephone: +49 30 403643149

Business type: Corporate office



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Matthias Glatz: Sally Kahl from Pincamp helped us a lot with a complaint at a campsite in Tuscany. Many Thanks

Peter Heichele: Great service, fast and accurate!

12. Jungfernheide

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Jungfernheide
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.3
Location
4.3
Possibility of Parking
4.3
Wifi
4.3

Address: Unnamed Road, 13629 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Business type: State park



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Grace Marbot: Great 🐕‍ Walking Area or just for a stroll..nice playground

Talal “Awesome places” Mahrous: Very beautiful park with an amazing lake and playground. You really feel like on the beach.

Kübra D: Super!

luis eduardo villalba quimbayo: Great natural experience,

Madaigoch: Can be dirty a bit but it's a cool experience, kids love it

Lionel Coetzee: Plenty of fresh air

fahad Ali shah: Cool palace for sitting with someone

Ibrahim Mete: Good place for kids and parents

Yiwei Zhao: Size maybe similar to Tiergarten, wilder

Yvonne S: I love it !

13. Stadtwildnis

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Stadtwildnis
Price / Quality
3.9
Available services
3.9
Location
4
Possibility of Parking
3.9
Wifi
3.9

Address: Kolonie Potsdamer Güterbahnhof 28E, 10965 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Business type: State park


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jose campos: Really cool

Rupert H.: It's really very nice here, unfortunately everything is very muddy in this dreary weather. But to have such a sprawling, beautiful wilderness in the middle of the city is a luxury! And still relatively little visited, although the heavily frequented park at Gleisdreieck is right next door. In summer it is very lively and beautiful here, in winter it is a bit dreary. But that's just nature.

Marcel Zacher: Unfortunately, the urban wilderness is currently totally overcrowded. There used to be informative signs here, but most of them were destroyed. Thanks to a stranger who regularly dumps bakery waste here, there are also many rats. It's the most beautiful here in the morning around 7 a.m. You are almost alone and small rabbits cross your path.

Jule Hü: Who would have thought that a slow-down paradise could be found among all the crazy chaos. 😁

Enrico Lucas: Beautiful and child-friendly park to relax, regenerate, do all kinds of sports (+various options), or just chill with friends. Here you are in the middle of Berlin, surrounded by the above-ground U12, and still have peace and quiet from the city routine. At least it doesn't bother me at all. It reminds you more of what nature is capable of and the metropolis is not. One of the most beautiful parks in Berlin City 🏞 ☀ ✨ By the way, since a dog park is adjacent, there are a corresponding number of four-legged friends on the move - which I personally think is nice. Let your soul dangle ☕☀️✨

David Alexander Strehober: Particularly in the time of the pandemic, you need places like this in order to dissolve and walk around town with the family. There is always something to discover in nature in every season and in every weather.

Taz Manien: OK to go for a walk. But be careful, rabbits are everywhere... From time to time unfortunately quite unkempt. Like so many parks in Berlin.

URBAN BIKE TOURS geführte Radtouren in Berlin: Beautiful quiet place in the heart of Berlin. It can be so beautifully green and relaxed in Berlin. #urbanbiketours #bicycletoursberlin #guidedbicycletoursberlin

Uwe Freund: Gleisdreieckpark with the allotment gardens is the most beautiful and urban park in Berlin.

Mara K: I liked the park from the start, despite having been a big fan of the wilderness before.

14. CAMP4

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CAMP4
Price / Quality
4.6
Available services
4.5
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: Karl-Marx-Allee 32, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Opens soon ⋅ 11 AM

Telephone: +49 30 322966200

Business type: Outdoor sports store



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Ala Al-Shargabi: Honestly not sure why there was a high rating on customer service in this place. I felt that the staff I interacted with were very reluctant to help with any question I had, the guy at the cashier even said they don't provide bags which I find very strange because I bought a relatively a small bad (Ortlieb 40), and for an outdoor shop i expected at least to have a bag to carry my stuff in. Sorry I usually don't give low rating but I have to be honest regarding my own experience.
Response: Was there perhaps only an English-German translation error at the cash desk? Oh that's absolutely right, the shopping bag is not free (20 cents), even if it's made of paper, it's still superfluous waste. Especially if you bought a bag to put it in a bag? If you don't like the bag, just return it. Best regards Andreas

Shannon: Lots of options, but it's a bit pricey. Bought an air mat that got a hole in it after 4 uses and was told either fix it myself or pay 150euros to get it fixed by them (the mat cost 90euros itself). We had also signed up for the membership program (or something similar) so the answer was disappointing. But I doubt any other sporting goods store would be able to offer anything different so... It is what it is

Itai Neter (‫איתי נטר‬‎): Really large place with a huge selection of items for all things outdoors.I'd really wish there would be more sale items or a section, but everything there is high quality premium stuff.
Response: Thanks!

Gipsy Pirat: The team is pretty servicial, I had some doubt about stoves and climbing gear, and the show me every product with dedicación and let me handle it. 💫 the price are very competitive.👌
Response: Thank you Pirat 😀

Xenia Tarnavsky (Nienor): Came to buy a pair of vibram fivefingers - found very helpful staff that speaks English, amazing choice of hiking gear, etc - highly recommended as a hiking/extreme tourism store.
Response: 👍

Dušan Jović: I've bought a great tent here and the sleeping bags and the matress - great advices in the store and...they have just about everything for camping.
Response: Great Adventures for you. Trank you

Ryan Clare: Honestly, just an incredible shopping experience. I went in with my partner after booking a last minute trip to Nepal. Felix helped us out and spent so much time to make sure we understood what we should buy and that we bought the right thing. We were leaving the next day and would arrive before the regular return window but he encouraged us to wear the shoes for some hours that night and to leave them if they didn't feel right, assuring us that we could return them and writing so on the receipt. In the end, the shoes have been perfect. He gave us a bunch of additional advice which proved very helpful. If you're heading out on a hike or trek, this is the place to go.
Response: Hi Ryan, Thank you so much for your fantastic feedback. We're glad to hear that you had such a great experience at our shop, and we're looking forward to seeing you again before your next trip. Best, Camp4-Team

Marta Traverso: Customer & Service are taken seriously in this shop! Felix went above and beyond helping me to find the perfect fit for my hiking shoes requirements. They offer a vast variety of brands and models to choose from.
Response: Dear Marta, Thank you for your fantastic review. Best, Camp4-Team

Lyu T: Amazing tourist shop, bug variety of stuff for outdoor activity. A bit pricey though, but cheaper as Globetrotter ;) Super super helpful stuff that of course speaks English. Kudos to Paul, who was patient selecting my climbing shoes!

Anton Lukashin: I like this kind of shops: good quality tourist wear of any kind. Climbing and mountain equipment, camp tools and many many other cool things. Many of them you can use in daily citylife.
Response: And we like nice guests who say thank you so nicely. Thank you 🏕😀🙏

15. Sandgrube im Jagen 86 des Grunewaldes

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Sandgrube im Jagen 86 des Grunewaldes
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.6
Location
4.5
Possibility of Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 14193 Berlin, Germany

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: +49 30 90290

Business type: Nature preserve



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Reza Motmaen: A cosy sandish area in the middle of forest. its scenery makes it one of the best place for meditation (at least for me). the natural sand area with its surrounding forest makes this area unique in my mind. reaching to this place is easy because you can simply take Sbahn Grunewald and then by 15 min walking from the S-bahn station you reach to this place

Ahed Almalla: Just beutiful! Amazing place to play for children and parents likewise. In the summer, you can lay down and enjoy a nice tan on your skin with cold drink. In winter can be used to climb up the hill and do some downhill ski.

Ferdinand Diedrichs: A really wide and beautiful area. There is a large sand-area and a steep slope. Must be a lot of fun to rush down there with a sleigh after snowfall. Nice to play frisbee and other things or just hang out enjoying a cold beer during warm summer afternoons. Since this is a NSG (Naturschutzgebiet=Nature Reserve) you should behave responsible and considerate regarding birds and animals taking a rest and breeding and raising their offspring. It is always a good idea to bring something like a plastic bag to collect all your rubbish and waste so you don't pollute this beautiful peace of nature.

Arkady l: Nice place to visit with children to spend there all day evenVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More

Oak Wedding: Perfect area for nice walks and photoshoots even in a foggy and gloomy weather.

ana carolina: Dunes in the middle of Grunewald. How amazing is that? And then you go for an organic ice cream at the old water plant... perfect Berlin summer day ☀️

VD Makwana: Best places ever found yo Chillout Sommer in Berlin. Nice for small Picknick place

Despoina Gkogkou: Relaxing, lots of trees and shadow, plenty of space, the dune is nice for children. Great place for a picnic.

Allison Faber: Perfect for a picnic and relaxing. Beautiful, unexpected sand dune in the forest. Plenty of shade and a little pond for kids to splash in. Lots of space for all sorts of activities or just running around. The sand is very fine (and clean) so it's very pleasant. Relatively easy to get to, a lovely walk from S Grunewald

john waldron: Within easy access to central Berlin an out door fresh air destination with services near the sbahn Grunewald and plenty of walking options with great wildlife and open space combined with wonderful forest walks to two lakes and easy access to kite hill and the old listening station min two hour stay or stay the day even better.