Counties in Switzerland

All campsites in Switzerland in our Switzerland camping directory are organized into following categories:

Aargau (North Centre)

Basel-Land (North West)

Fribourg (South West)

Graubünden (South East)

Lucerne (North Centre)

Obwalden (Central)

Soleure (Central)

St.Gallen (North East)

Uri (Central)

Wallis (Central)

Appenzell Ausserrhoden (North West)

Basel-Stadt (North West)

Geneva (South West)

Grischun (Central)

Neuchâtel (Central West)

Schaffhausen (North Centre)

Solothurn (North West)

Thurgau (North East)

Valais (South West)

Zug (Central)

Appenzell Innerrhoden (North West)

Berne (Central West)

Glarus (Central East)

Jura (North West)

Nidwalden (Central)

Schwyz (Central)

St Gall (Central)

Ticino (South East)

Vaud (South West)

Zurich area (North Centre)


Campings in Switzerland

Explore unexplored Switzerland camping. Have a look below and find selected family campings in Switzerland. If you want to get more information about camping Switzerland, just click on the camping name. To browse european campings by country, please use a menu on the left hand side. For your convenience, we organized all campings in europe by country, county and city. Looking for your camping Switzerland will be now easier.


Atzmännig AG Sport- und Freizeitzentrum 8638 Goldingen +41 55 284 64 34
Goldingen, Zurich area
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La Belle Verte

Montpugin 6
Le Locle, Neuchâtel
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Des Pêches

Route du Port, CH-2525 Le Landeron
Le Landeron, Neuchâtel
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Camping Hobby 3

Lehnweg 16, 3800 Interlaken Unterseen
Interlaken Unterseen, Berne
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Camping Les Grangettes

Camping des Grangettes, 1845 Noville, Tél: 0041 21 960 15 03
Noville, Vaud
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Camping Lazy Rancho

Lehnweg 6, 3800 Unterseen-Interlaken
Interlaken, Berne
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Camping Waldheim

Camping Sursee Waldheim CH-6210 Sursee
Mauensee, Lucerne
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Camping Madulain

Via Vallatscha, 7523 Madulain
Madulain, Grischun
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Camping Delta

Via Respini 7, 6600 Locarno
Locarno, Ticino
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Neue Ganda

, 7302 Landquart
Landquart, Grischun
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Fuhren, 3862 Innertkirchen
Innertkirchen, Berne
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Brienzstrasse, 3800 Intrlaken Ost
Intrlaken Ost, Berne
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Camping Murg Am Walensee

Verkehrsverein Murg, Camping, 8877 Murg
Murg, St Gall
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Auf Dem Sand Splügen

Untere Allmend, 7435 Splügen
Splügen, Grischun
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, 3806 Bönigen
Bönigen, Berne
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Zum Muttenhof

Innere Mutten, 4500 Solothurn
Solothurn, Soleure
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Camping Du Botza

Jean Nicolas Revaz, 1963 Vetroz
Vetroz, Wallis
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Pointe À La Bise

Vésenaz, 1222 Vésenaz
Geneva, Geneva
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Camping Tcs Olympiaschanze

, 7500 St. Moritz
St. Moritz, Grischun
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, 5070 Frick
Frick, Aargau
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Travel Tips & Guides Switzerland

About Switzerland

Switzerland is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It has borders with France to the west, Italy to the south, Austria and Liechtenstein to the east and Germany to the north. The climate is temperate, but varies with altitude. Switzerland has cold, cloudy, rainy/snowy winters and cool to warm, cloudy, humid summers with occasional showers. Switzerland is known for its mountains (Alps in south, Jura in northwest) but it also has a central plateau of rolling hills, plains, and large lakes. The highest point is Dufourspitze at 4,634 m while Lake Maggiore is only 195 m above sea level.  read more...

Main Events and Festivals in Basel

Basler Fasnacht - This is Basel's version of Carnival, and a premier event during the year, lasting for three straight days, beginning on the Monday following Ash Wednesday. Don't confuse it with the more raucous festivals in traditionally Catholic areas, such as the German Rhineland (Karneval) and Munich (Fasching), or Carnival in Rio or Mardi Gras in New Orleans.  read more...

What to See in Basel

Most of the "old town" attractions in Basel are in a walkable area between the Basel Zoo (just south of the Basel SBB train station) and the Rhine. Since most stores are closed on Sundays, it is a good day to plan to see one of the many museums, which are usually open.  read more...

Understand Basel

Basel is a city in Switzerland. Perhaps one of Switzerland's slightly underrated tourist destinations, Basel has a beautiful medieval old town center, a Carnival that ranks with those of Venice and Rio de Janeiro, and several world class art museums built by architects like Renzo Piano, Mario Botta and Herzog & De Meuron.   read more...

History of Bern

Duke Berthold V of Zähringen founded the city on the River Aare in 1191 and allegedly named it after a bear (Bär in German) he had killed. It was made an Imperial Free City by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II in 1218 after Berthold died without an heir.  read more...

What to Do in Bern

Gurten - The Gurten ( is a lovely hill just outside the city. It features a park and great view over the city on one side and a nice panorama of the Bernese alps on the other. The park is visited heavily by locals to play ball, to barbecue or to just lie in the sun.   read more...

Main Sights in Bern

Berne is chock full of history and thus museums. It also has quite a bit of public art, all of which is marked on a walking map which is available from the tourist office in the train station for free.  read more...

Visit Bern - The Capital of Switzerland

Bern (also Berne - the official French and English spelling), the capital of Switzerland, is a small- to medium-sized city with a population of about 130,000. It sits on peninsula formed by the meandering turns of the river Aare. The remarkable design coherence of the Berne's old town has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It features 4 miles of arcaded walkways along streets decked out with fountains and clock-towers.  read more...

Tips for Spending Free Time in Geneva

Téléphérique du Salève, Veyrier, France (Number 8 Bus to either Veyrier Douane or Veyrier Tournettes. Or line 41 to Veyrier Ecole), Just over the French Border, this high alpine ridge has a stunning view of Mt. Blanc and the Lake Geneva area and miles of walking trails.   read more...

What to See in Geneva

Geneva is the second most populous city in Switzerland (after Zürich), and is the most populous city of Romandy (the French-speaking part of Switzerland). It is situated where Lake Geneva (French Lac Léman) flows into the Rhône River, and is the capital of the Republic and Canton of Geneva.  read more...

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