The camping site is situated in the Lauterbrunnen region, in the town with the same name, in a beautiful valley with stunning views of the mountains. The centre of Lauterbrunnen and the train station are within walking distance of the camping site.
Where will you sleep?
Camping Jungfrau is a large, well maintained terraced camping site with mainly spacious pitches, which are not demarcated everywhere. This means that in high season the pitches may gradually become more compact. There is much greenery and well maintained grass. There are pitches with and without shade, also depending on the position of the sun behind the mountains. The sanitary facilities are very clean and tidy. They also have family bathrooms. You have not brought your own tent or caravan? You can rent all types of accommodation: mobile homes, trekker huts, rooms, studios and bungalows.
Your fellow campers are sporty and active people who like adventure. Therefore, the camping site management organises a lot of activities and excursions. You can book guided walking tours and there are several cycling routes. At 100 m from the camping site is a river. So you can start canoeing and kayaking straight away. The camping site forms a good base to visit the Jungfraujoch (please remember that trains and cable cars are costly).
Cooking or the Chef?
The supermarket sells fresh bread and has quite a large assortment of groceries, thus cooking your own meals should not be a problem. However, the restaurant is a serious contender. The amiable atmosphere, comprehensive menu and lovely terrace complete the picture. Not to forget the sociable bar, self service restaurant, snack bar and pizzeria.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Campsite Jungfrau 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: 8.1
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Don't be fulled by the location. Indeed top location. we were stunned once entered the valley. Waited already to get to this recommended campsite.
However was extremely offended when were 'welcomed' by a very rude guy.
The kids already stepped out and enjoyed the place. This guy saw us, maybe didn't like the new guests/kids/origin, approached us from his car window telling us to follow him to the pitch. We followed. He drove almost outside of the camp to a one with poor location comparing to the other available ones they had. When i asked if we can stay closer to the entrance, he didn't want to elaborate why not. said 'he has his reasons' 'doesn't need to discuss that with me'...
I was shocked. Was asking why he is behaving and talking like that. Why this energy?
Offended we left. We are traveling for 2 weeks with a motorhome in Europe, no one was rude that way. So no matter how beautiful the place is, they do not own the view. And people will not pay to be treated like that.
So stay away and spend your money on places who deserve it. there are plenty around.
Yes, this campground is costly; however, well worth the cost. We stayed 4 nights, it was quiet over night which meant my baby slept! Hallelujah! The falls right next to your campground, the spotless bathrooms, excellent playground, kids room, family bathing, dog shower, excellent restaurant, extremely friendly and helpful staff, hikes and train access right near camp, and the largest camp space we've had (with caravan)...we will be back again and again! This place is breathtaking and all the amenities made it worthwhile. They have groceries onsite. The food was really good though. Oh and for dog owners, you can have 2 dogs! We brought out two labs. They rode the train and cable cars up the mountain with us, too--for free!
Lauterbrunnen is an incredible place and this campsite maximizes this. Views of the valley and the waterfalls from your pitch and a short walk to many attractions and transport options to more. Bit expensive but it's worth the money. The folk night on the Saturday night was interesting for a lot of people, only complaint is that it was loud till late which wouldn't normally be a problem but we had an early start for the long drive home.
Stunning camping site and facilities. Overwelming surroundings. Price a litle over the edge. Will return every time in Switzerland.
Camping Jungfrau is expensive for what it is, and can get overcrowded in peak times. We carried on 2-kilometres, just past the Trummelbach Falls, to Camping Breithorn. A friendly, clean, well-run site, with electric hook-up, shop and very clean and modern shower and toilet facilities at a fraction of the cost of Camping Jungfrau.
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- Period of opening
- 01-01-2018 till 31-12-2018
- 4.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 250 (80 - 100m2)
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- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
- Campsite also suitable for winter sports
* 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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