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Ein Mann lehnt aus dem offenen Fenster eines Campers und blickt auf die Straße die der Camper langfährt.
Ein Mann lehnt aus dem offenen Fenster eines Campers und blickt auf die Straße die der Camper langfährt.

Camping Münstertal - Campsites and Trips in the Black Forest

Autorin Elinor
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There are times when you can get away with spending 12 hours on the motorway before you reach your destination. And then there are times when you just want to be somewhere else for a day or two. Without putting in a lot of effort.


Next time you feel like travelling, why not head to Münstertal in the Black Forest? Find out here what camping in Münstertal has to offer and what there is to see.

Campsites Black Forest

Camping Sulzbachtal

Not far from Staufen, surrounded by vineyards and with its own natural swimming lake, lies the 5-star Sulzbachtal campsite. The campsite has everything you need for camping comfort: electricity, water and waste water connections, sanitary facilities, washing machines, WiFi and its own restaurant and wellness area.
Wine is very important in the region, and there are various hiking trails near the campsite, including wine trails. The small but beautiful town of Sulzburg in the immediate vicinity could also be interesting for your trip to the Münstertal if you fancy a cosy afternoon with coffee and cake or a stroll through the medieval alleyways.
Eine Freundesgruppe sitzt um einen Campingtisch beim Frühstück beim Camping im Münstertal. Im Hintergrund ein Mercedes Marco Polo Camper.

Camping Belchenblick

You will find the Belchenblick campsite directly near Staufen, on the banks of the Neumagen river. Comfort is also provided here and you can use the usual campsite facilities. You can also hire bicycles, mountain bikes, inline skates or even a car, or take a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool. From your pitch, you can set off on various hikes or cycle tours in the Black Forest or spend a leisurely day in Staufen.

Camping Münstertal

Meadows, forests, wellness and hiking: At Camping Münstertal you don't have to miss out on anything In addition to the usual campsite amenities, there is a spacious wellness and sauna area, a swimming pool for cooling off in between, as well as the opportunity for a wide variety of sports. The campsite also offers guided hikes and mountain bike tours, so you can save yourself the planning and benefit from the expertise of the local people at the same time.

Sights and excursions in the Münstertal

Freiburg im Breisgau

Freiburg, it might be the most beautiful university city in the Black Forest. Apart from the city's famous sights, such as Freiburg Minster, you will find cosy cafés, bars and restaurants here. The best view of the city, especially at sunset, is from the Schlossberg, but a stroll through the many pretty alleyways is also a real feast for the eyes.
Freiburg im Breisgau, ein Ausflugsziel beim Camping Münstertal.

Hiking in the Münstertal

Are there hiking trails and beautiful excursion destinations in the Münstertal? A few (hundreds) perhaps. Here's just a small selection.

Todtnauer Waterfall

Perhaps not the highest natural waterfall in the whole of Germany, but the highest in Baden Württemberg. Various (circular) hiking trails lead you to the waterfall, and those with a head for heights can even see it from above thanks to the suspension rope bridge. It's enough to make a sandwich fall out of your hand.

Fahler Waterfall

The Fahler waterfall, not that far from the Todtnau waterfall, is also a sight to behold. Literally, as it is easily accessible for pedestrians and hikers via hiking trails and bridges. It is often a little quieter here, as the Fahl Waterfall does not enjoy quite the same level of fame as the Todtnau Waterfall.

Castellberg

On the Castellberg near Sulzburg, your hike takes you through vineyards and past various sites, some of them historical, which are perfect for a short breather. On the Castellberg, you will find the foundations of a medieval castle, the downy oak forest and a viewing tower, among other things. You can go there, but you don't have to. You can also simply enjoy nature and wander along.

Belchen

The Belchen is probably one of the most popular mountains in the area, and not without reason. If you take a look at the views from its summit, it's easy to see why it attracts so many visitors year after year. There are many hiking routes and circular hikes of varying degrees of difficulty to choose from.
Eine Person sitzt in der offenen Tür eines Campers und bindet sich die Wanderschuhe beim Camping im Münstertal.

Dreisamtal cycle path

Cycle tour, but relaxed please. The Dreisamtal cycle path takes you 30 kilometres around the valley with minimal gradients. Along the way, you can look forward to beautiful views, swimming in the Dreisam and various refreshment stops along the way. A cycle tour, but a relaxed one - we love it!

...and Off you go

We think a weekend in Münstertal sounds pretty relaxing and like the ideal mix of cosiness and outdoor fun. Have fun being off the beaten track, chilling out and catching your breath.
PS: We're sure you know where to find the right campervan for your road trip ;)

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