Compare thousands of Europe's top campsites for your dream holiday

Park-Camping Lindau am See

Park-Camping Lindau am See

Germany, Bavaria (S), Bavaria (S), Lindau

08382 72236
083 829 76106
Open (touring pitches):  
21 March - 3 November.

Ref: DE36520

Alan Rogers Review

Park-Camping Lindau am See is a large site with 330 pitches (270 for tourers) in the most southern point of Bavaria, on the banks of the Bodensee and just a few kilometres from the Austrian border. Under enthusiastic, young ownership, the site has level, marked and numbered pitches (85 with 10A electricity, water and drain) on grass and gravel with tarmac access roads. Some pitches have shade from mature trees, others are more open, and there are good views over the Bodensee. There is a separate area for tents and 12 overnight pitches outside the barrier.

The owners state that they like to stay in touch with nature and try to pollute as little as possible. The site is close to centre of Lindau, which in high season is a bustling lakeside resort with numerous possibilities for outings. It is not far from the German Alpine Road, the Austrian Vorarlberg and Switzerland and the small kingdom of Liechtenstein. At the lake is a small kiosk and the site has a full supermarket, with welcoming bar and restaurant. In high season, functions are organised on the beach with a barbecue. A railway runs along the back of the site.


Two large toilet blocks at reception and a smaller block centrally located on site. Free, controllable hot showers, washbasins (open style and in cabins), special children’s section, family showers, baby room and facilities for disabled visitors. Laundry. Full supermarket. Restaurant with bar. Lake with beach. Fishing. Bicycle hire. Watersports. Pedalos for hire. Boat ramp for small boats. Children’s club in high season. Some entertainment. WiFi (charged).

  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • Boat Launch Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Restaurant
  • Shop on Site
  • Wifi (all site)
  • Wifi Chargeable



From the north, follow the 308 road into town and then site signs.