This child-friendly gem is lies in Lower Saxony, between the cities of Hamburg and Hanover. Rural, yet only a ten-minute walk from the village of Müden with the Lüneburger Heide right next door. This oldest nature reserve in Germany is a Valhalla for nature lovers. Peace and quiet is one of the key words in the midst of this charming campsite that has it all, including spacious pitches and a friendly restaurant.
Find the pitch that suits you best
The whole site has a well-kept appearance and is beautifully landscaped. There are open grassy areas where the pitches are playfully arranged. Under the tall trees you will stay on spacious pitches on slightly sloping ground. Further on, you will come across beautiful, bounded pitches with plenty of privacy. So every camper at Camping Sonnenberg can enjoy a suitable spot.
Families with children love the luxury safari tents and the apartment is also in demand by guests without their own camping equipment. A pitch with private sanitary facilities is also available.
Pizza, music and sandwiches
At the entrance to the site is the terrace with an outdoor and indoor area. An evening of music or karaoke is scheduled a few times a week in the high season. You can then also join us for a bite to eat, for example a pizza or something else from the small menu.
If you like to start the day with fresh rolls you can order them from the front desk the night before and your holiday-feeling will be complete. There is also a supermarket two kilometres from the campsite.