Best Campsites for Summer 2022

Looking to become at one with nature this summer? Check out this list of some of our favourite local campsites!
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25 April 2022

The upcoming summer months are perfect for camping! Camping is a great way to spend time with your family and friends, get some fresh air and take a break from the craziness of everyday life. Whether you’re all about that traditional camping experience or are more into glamping, Luxembourg has the campsite for you! Many of these campsites include fun family-friendly activities like swimming pools and outdoor games. Here are just a few of our favorite spots. 

1. Vianden

Camping de l’Our in Vianden is located along the banks of the beautiful Our River! Not only will you be treated to some beautiful views, but you’ll also have access to amenities like free wifi, a washer and dryer, hot showers, a chairlift, and organized walking tours. You can also take a dip in the heated pool, challenge your family to a game of mini-golf or teach the kids to fish! Choose to go glamping in the apartments and rooms offered, or pitch up a tent for more old fashioned fun.

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There’s also plenty to do in the surrounding area of Vianden as well. Check out our suggested itinerary here!

2. Liefrange

Tucked away in the Ardennes is the Upper Sauer Nature Park, which holds Liefrange’s campsite! Here, you’ll have easy access to hiking and mountain biking trails. You’ve also got the option of either pitching a tent or renting out one of Liefrange’s unique cabins such as the Pipo wagon, Captain’s House, and Safari tent, which include bunk beds, a dining area, and a terrace! Liefrange is located close to Bourscheid Castle, Upper Sauer barrier lake, and Bastogne in Belgium—all perfect places for a day trip!

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3. Consdorf

“La Pinède”, or “The Pines”, is located in the center of the Mullerthal region, which is known for its natural beauty and impressive hiking trails! At this campsite, you’ll find a playground for the kids, tennis courts (and table tennis tables), and free wifi! Dogs are also allowed upon request. You can pitch your own tent or rent out one of Consdorf’s cabins, which hold anywhere from 2 to 6 people. This site also has hot showers, which will be perfect after a Mullerthal hike!

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4. Troisvierges

If you’re really in the mood to get away from the bustling city life, this is the place for you! Troisvierges is located about an hour by train from Luxembourg City, close to both Clervaux and Belgium. You can explore the nearby municipal park or take advantage of the pool—it’s got a slide and a snack bar! The site also has several sports courts, including beach volleyball and squash. There is a playground for your little ones and plenty of entertainment for the whole family!

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5. Wasserbillig

Wasserbillig is the perfect place to camp if you’re a traditional camper. While there, you can hike along the Moselle and Sauer rivers, or take a stroll through some gorgeous vineyards! There are a lot of bike paths in the area as well. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not bike to nearby Echternach, Remich, or Trier? You can also explore Wasserbillig—visit the aquarium or the butterfly garden, or take a boat tour! There are also many good eats nearby this campsite as well as a playground for children.

6. Mersch

This campsite is located in the center of Luxembourg, very close to several hiking trails. It’s also got its own restaurant and grocery store! There’s so much to do in Mersch—explore nearby citadels, castles, and caves, or check out some beautiful views on a hike. If you’re just looking to relax, there’s plenty for you too! The campsite has a recreation room and a swimming pool, and has the option for renting mobile homes.

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7. Auf Kengert

Camping Auf Kengert located in Larochette is lined by the forest with lots of hiking and trails. The campsite has an outdoor pool, restaurant, playground, and a small grocery store so you don’t need to go far for necessities! However, if you want to explore there are nearby towns you can hike to or spend the day in such as Vallee de L’Ernz and downtown Larochette! They have multiple cabin options or a unique hut experience for four if you don’t want to pitch a tent!

Check out a full list of Luxembourg’s campsites here! We hope you take advantage of these sites to spend some quality time in nature!

Is your go-to campsite missing from the list? Let us know and we’ll add it!