When you want to visit Vienna as a camper, Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg is the place to go. You will be exposed to an overdose of historic, cultural and musical highlights. On this typical city camping, everything is immaculate and arranged in an almost business-like manner. The other side of the coin: no frills and a rather formal atmosphere. But does it matter? After all, you are here to visit Vienna.
From the camping site, you can cycle to the centre in just under an hour. Travelling by public transport (20-minute trip) is also very convenient.
A bit compact at times
Everything is well-organised and maintained. The only minor disadvantage is the fact that the pitches are somewhat compact. There are hardened pitches, sites with grass, with gravel and pitches that have both. Camper vans are on a separate field. In low season there is much more space and you can choose a pitch yourself.
Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg is a typical overnight camping site and is clearly centred on people who are on the move during the day; this also explains the limited level of facilities.
The discount vouchers of the camping site will give you free access to the swimming pool adjacent to the camping site and the beach pool (1 km walk). There is a limited amount of entertainment for children: a playground and trampoline.
Restaurant in town
The camping site does not have a shop or restaurant. However, fresh bread is available on a daily basis. You can get takeaway meals in the modest cafeteria. Fortunately, there are good supermarkets close by. As far as finding a restaurant or eating spot, this should not pose a problem in cosmopolitan Vienna.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 8.0
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Great location for visiting Vienna - good access to public transport. And the well known Stift Klosterneuburg is within easy walking distance. The campsit has good facilities - including a lovely bistro-type restaurant on the premises.
Beautiful place. Very good and clean WC and Bathroom. But the big problem is Electricity! The Electric system supports up to 5 amps, which is very weak. In the another campings it is usually 15 amps and sometimes 10 amps. For winter camping you have to pay attention to this: Due to electrical system weakness the E -heating system is not useable in this camping. Location is wonderful and near to Vienna.
The site is very convenient for taking a train into Vienna. The pitches are flat and well sized.
Great site for visiting Vienna. Rail station 50 metres confront gate. Takes less than half hour to get there. Klosteneuburg has all shops etc within 100metres of site. Site very busy could not get in first night as full so went to Sister site at Tulin for one night. Beautiful abbey to visit.
We reached Donaupark Camping in Klosterneuburg via a 4 car ferry across the Danube, and found it was a large site with gravel/grass pitches, and a separate area for tents. The pitches were of varying sizes, some quite small, but we were lucky in managing to find a vacant pitch of a reasonable size. Although we arrived quite late at around 16:00, there were still plenty of places available.
There were plenty of trees, but unfortunately, there were plenty of mosquitos too - probably more than at any other campsite we have been to. Eventually we had to retreat to our van and the tents in order to escape the onslaught.
The sanitary facilities were in two separate blocks, one a dedicated building with showers and WCs, and the other within the main reception building. There were only two or three showers in each block, one of which wasn't working, and I had to queue in the morning. Although there weren't enough of them, the showers were quite good.
Also in the main building, there was a laundry room with 3 or 4 washing machines and 2 tumble driers (one of which wasn't working). the cost of a token for the washing machine and one for the drier came to €7,50.
A tiny shop in the site cafe sold bread, cold drinks and some preserves in small packets, but there was also a Spar supermarket within easy walking distance in the town. Even closer, were the bus stops and railway station, which provided relatively easy access to Vienna. Travel details were provided by reception, but in summary, you catch a 239 bus to Heilingenstadt and purchase a ticket for €2,20 from the driver (children under 15 years old travel free on Sundays, public holidays and school holidays). From Heilingenstadt you purchase another ticket for €2,20 (children again free on the days previously mentioned) from a machine at the metro station and hop on a U4 underground train to Karlsplatz, after validating the tickets at a stamping machine at the entrance to the platform. The entire journey took around 40 minutes.
Klosterneuburg is a pleasant little town to walk around, especially the area around the Monastery.
Superb location - ideal for visiting Vienna. Local transport links right outside the campsite. Good facilities, wi-fi a bit expensive. Right next to monastery and pretty small town. Easy access to Donau cycle route.
Superb facilities and location. Public transport to Vienna right outside the gate. Good walks for our dogs outside the camp, even if necessarily on the lead. Local spar and dm (for non-food) within easy walking distance. Would recommend unequivocally, and would welcome the chance to stay there again.
Ideal site for visiting Vienna. Rail/bus link to city centre within 5 mins walk of site. Site about 30/40 minutes from Central Vienna using public transport which is cheap and very efficient. Very friendly and helpful site staff. Good clean facilities although pitches are quite small. Local shops and wonderful Monastery nearby. Don't allow your Satnav take you to the ferry which is adjacent to the site - very expensive and very small. Plan route in /out carefully.
Convenient campsite for visiting Vienna by public transport or bike, opposite the train/bus station and right on the Danube Cycle Path. Excellent facilities, with heated shower room. A long queue for the only tumble drier in the laundry (with 3 washing machines). Cafe/bar had very little choice of hot meals - schnitzel or chicken nuggets with chips.There was no schnitzel left and the chicken was pretty awful. WiFi very expensive. Small pitches with no privacy.
Small and quiet. Excellent base for visiting Vienna (14 km) can be easily reached by car or train. Small market with fresh bread and milk. Near the beautiful monastery of Klosterneuburg. Recommended!
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 18-03-2019 till 03-11-2019
- 2.3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 193 (60 - 90m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Donaupark Camping Klosterneuburg
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3400 / Klosterneuburg
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Coordinates: 48°18'38"N 16°19'42"E
When approaching from the west: A1, exit Sankt Christophen B19, via Tulln and B14 to Klosterneuburg. The campsite is signposted in Klosterneuburg.
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