Camping in the Black Forest

Spend the night out in nature - in a tent, camper or teepee? In the Black Forest you will find the perfect camping site and experience a feeling of freedom in nature. Let's go on an adventure under the open sky!

Camps in the Black Forest


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Explore the Black Forest: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

The Black Forest is one of the most beautiful regions in Germany and is known for its breathtaking landscapes and cultural treasures. Here you will find a variety of hiking routes, historic towns and traditional festivals.

Places to visit

There are many sights and destinations in the Black Forest, including Lake Titisee, the largest natural lake in the region, Triberg Waterfall, the highest waterfall in Germany, and Feldberg, the highest mountain in the Black Forest. The historic cities of Freiburg and Baden-Baden are also worth a visit.


The Black Forest is a paradise for outdoor activities and offers many opportunities for hiking, biking, skiing and swimming. Families with children will also find many attractions here, such as the Europa-Park in Rust or the Affenberg Salem.

Events, festivals and traditions

Particularly recommended is the Tent Music Festival in Freiburg, which has attracted thousands of visitors for many years with its colorful music and cultural program. Likewise the well-known Schützenfest in Freiburg, the wine festival in Baden-Baden and the Seenachtsfest at Lake Titisee. Art lovers get their money's worth at the ArtWalk in Alpirsbach. And those who like it sportier should not miss the Freiburg Mountain Bike Festival or the Black Forest Ultra Bike Marathon.

Best time to travel

The best time to visit the Black Forest is from May to October, when the weather is mild and nature is in full bloom. But even in the winter, which is often free of snow, it is a good time to visit.

Regional specialities

The Black Forest is known for its hearty cuisine, such as Black Forest ham or Maultaschen, also known as "Herrgottsbscheißerle". Also try the Black Forest cake or the Baden wine.

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