Camping Waging am See in Chiemgau

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Above the Waginger See

Discover the possibilities for camping Waging am See

What possibilities for camping Waging am See in Chiemgau offers, we discovered this year. There are also Waginger See campsites on the shore of the lake and on Tachinger See, which is only separated from the neighboring lake by a dam and a bridge. In addition, Lake Waginger is the warmest lake in Upper Bavaria. Its water gets up to 27 degrees warm in summer, which creates perfect conditions for a bathing holiday. However, it would be a shame to only visit the region for swimming. A Waging am See camping holiday offers much more.

There is a lot to discover in the Rupertiwinkel and in the Chiemgau away from Lake Chiemsee. Away from the hustle and bustle around Lake Chiemsee, you can not only hike or cycle here, but also explore the many quiet country roads that lead through villages that you can hardly imagine prettier. This is pure Upper Bavaria idyll. However, without the crowds that you will find in the mountain towns. Here you are excursions especially during the week often alone and you can enjoy the peace and quiet. A few steps away from the lake is usually enough. We took the photo above from a country road above Tettenhausen, where one of the lidos on the lake is located. As soon as you leave this behind, you find yourself in an agricultural landscape that could hardly be more Bavarian. Waging am See Camping is therefore a holiday close to nature.


At the Tachinger See
Am Tachinger See - Waging am See Camping


Campsites at Waginger See

The campsites are located directly on the lake shore. However, they differ in their size and character. On the one hand, the campsites are suitable for everyone who is looking for perfect service. On the other hand, those who don't like the hustle and bustle and instead love peace and closeness to nature will discover the campsite that offers them at Waging am See Camping. In addition, some Waginger See campsites even offer winter camping.

The area around the lake is rich in Hiking trails and bike routes. For those who are less athletic, we recommend the car tour with views of the Chiemgau Alps. Alternatively, there is also the Waginger See Flatly Interesting. Both in summer and in winter you can go ice skating or curling on the lake. In addition, the winter landscape at the lake makes a winter holiday a special experience.


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Waging am See Camping is diverse

Going on a camping holiday in Waging am See offers something for everyone. There is a large selection of campsites on Lake Waginger See. These are places that offer extensive service.


Beach camping Waginger See
Strandcamping Waginger See © Copyright Gigl Huber, Flickr CC BY-ND 2.0


Beach Camping Waging

Am See 1, 83329 Waging am See
Tel .: + 49 (0) 8681 552

open all year

This campsite is located directly on the lake and offers entertainment for young and old as well as a variety of leisure facilities. There is a water slide, a diving board and a trampoline on the beach. The campsite also has its own restaurant, two self-service shops and a snack bar. Dogs are also well taken care of, as they can let off steam in their own meadow. There is also a special dog bathing beach and a dog course.

Pitches for caravans, tents or mobile homes are available for Waging am See Camping, which have an area of ​​80 to 150 square meters and are equipped differently. You have the choice whether you prefer to stand in the shade under trees or prefer the sun. Both are possible.

The park is one of the best campsites in Europe and has already received several awards. In addition, it is open all year round, so Winter camping is possible. With direct access to the lake, your stay will certainly be a special experience. How about trying out curling and ice skating in winter or enjoying the view of the wintry lake at Waging am See Camping?




Sole beach camping Waginger See
Sole Strandcamping Waginger See © Copyright Gigl Huber, Flickr CC BY-ND 2.0

Camping Schwanenplatz

At Schwanenplatz 1, 83329 Waging am See
Tel .: + 49 (0) 8681 281

Opening times: from the end of April to October 18, 2020

This campsite is located on a peninsula in Waginger See. It is located in a park landscape. The pitches have their own fresh water and waste water connection, which is very pleasant for a motorhome holiday. The comfort showers and the sanitary building are barrier-free. There is also a children's pool there.

Waginger See Camping also has its own restaurant at Schwanenplatz. The "See-Alm" serves regional dishes, including on one Terrace Area right on the water.

There is a playground for children and an area for non-swimmers. WiFi, a holiday program, SUP and bike rentals provide entertainment.

The Schwanenplatz campsite is dog-free.



Tettenhausen on Waginger See
Tettenhausen on Waginger See


Tettenhausen campsite

Hauptstrasse 2, 83329 Tettenhausen
Tel .: +49 (0) 8681 1622 or 358

Opening times: all year round

We really like the location of the Tettenhausen campsite right on the lake. With only 100 parking spaces, the place is manageable. It is also located directly on the land connection between Lake Waginger and Lake Tachinger. Therefore, it offers an ideal starting point to explore the surroundings of both lakes. What particularly appeals to us here is the fact that there is a landscape just a few meters away from the lake with great views of the Chiemgau Alps. You often only go there with a few other people. Winter camping is also possible on this site.

In the restaurant you can also eat on a lakeside terrace right by the water. A beach volleyball court and a soccer field in the immediate vicinity provide entertainment. In addition, there is the possibility of renting boats in the neighborhood.

The Tettenhausen campsite is one of the simpler Waginger See campsites. Nevertheless, it offers a barrier-free shower and toilet. Spin dryers and dryers are available for a fee. There are also berths for boats, a playground and table tennis, as well as a kiosk.



Near Tettenhausen
Near Tettenhausen on Waginger See


Waging am See Camping and holiday apartments in Gut Horn

Gut Horn 2, 83329 Waging am See
Tel .: + 49 (0) 8681 227

Opening times: March 1 to November 30

Gut Horn on the east side of Lake Waging offers an attractive mix of camping holidays, holiday apartments and farm holidays. The site also has its own bathing beach and a restaurant with a terrace right on the lake. There is also a supermarket where you can shop. For the entertainment of the guests there is a mini golf course and the possibility to rent boats or take a course at the surfing and sailing school.

There is a separate group space for larger groups, while children can benefit from a special entertainment program during the holidays. Anglers have the opportunity to get fishing permits directly at the campsite. There are suitable offers for wellness lovers, and dog owners are also well looked after on Gut Horn. There is a private bathing beach and even a shower for your four-legged friends.

Furthermore, WLAN is available on the campsite.



Cattle graze above the Waginger See
Cattle graze above the Waginger See


Holiday park Hainz am See

Hainz am See 2, 83367 Petting
Tel .: +49 (0) 8686 287

Opening times: mid-May to mid-September

Last but not least, there is the campsite in the Hainz am See holiday park. This is located at the southern end of the lake and is the only car-free campsite on the Waginger See. With only fifty parking spaces in a spacious complex, everyone has plenty of space to enjoy nature and the silence. This is exactly what this place is about. Dogs and long-term campers are not allowed here.

Instead, you can experience the tranquility here. Cars are parked outside of the parking area. You bring your shopping to the motorhome in a cart. There is also a maneuvering service that parks the caravan precisely - without long maneuvering. That ensures peace. Anyone who spends their camping holiday here can relax.

This is also ensured by the family atmosphere that prevails on this campsite. The sanitary building is barrier-free. For children there is a playground with a trampoline and table tennis. There is a bread roll service for breakfast. You can also buy ice cream at the campsite.



Conclusion: With five campsites on Waginger See, the selection is good

Waging am See Camping offers the right place for everyone. Each of these campsites on Waginger See has its own character. Some are more suitable for motorhome vacationers who like to be comfortable. Those who prefer to experience country life can do so at the Gut Horn campsite. Nature lovers feel at home in the Hainz am See holiday park. There are also other campsites nearby at the northern end of Tachinger See, but these are not the subject of this article.

Questions and answers about camping in Waging am See

Are there power connections for mobile homes and tents at the campsites in Waging am See?

Yes, most campsites in Waging am See have power points for RVs and tents. So you can easily connect your devices and make your stay more comfortable.

Are there beautiful hiking trails in the Waging am See area that can be explored?

Absolutely! The area around Waging am See offers a variety of beautiful hiking trails. From easy walks along the lake shore to more challenging mountain hikes in the Chiemgau Alps, there is something for everyone to discover.

Can you also practice water sports such as surfing or sailing at Waginger See?

Yes, definitely! Waginger See offers ideal conditions for water sports such as surfing, sailing and stand-up paddling. There is also a surfing and sailing school where you can take courses and improve your skills.

Are dogs allowed on the campsites in Waging am See?

Yes, many campsites in Waging am See are dog-friendly and allow dogs to be brought along. Some even offer special dog beaches and other amenities for our four-legged friends.

Are there shops for daily needs near the campsites?

Yes, near the campsites in Waging am See you will find various shops for everyday needs. There are supermarkets, bakeries and other shops where you can buy groceries and other needed items to make your stay comfortable.


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Camping Waging am See in Chiemgau

Monika Fuchs

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