Camping in Belgium

Camping in Belgium

Belgian people love to go camping, so there are plenty of campsites available across the country. Prices for the cheapest campsites start around 7-12€ per person when traveling with a tent. Off-season it might be cheaper. Travelers with a caravan or camper will generally have to pay about 15-30€ per night for 2 persons.

Camper / Motorhome Parkings:

There are plenty designated RV / Camper / Motorhome parking spots across the country. Some of them are free, others cost about 8-21€ per day. Extra facilities such are available, mostly at extra cost. However emptying your sani-toilet is mostly free of charge.

Wild Camping 

Wild Camping is officially forbidden in Belgium.

Bivakzones / Paallkampeerterrein:

These are small free camping grounds dedicated for hikers and cyclists. Currently there are 38 of them in Belgium. You can find their locations in a good hiking or cycling guide.

Log Cabins:

Some nature parks but also regular camping grounds have cozy log cabins to rent. Generally they are for 4 people and cost around 40-50€ per night in total. The dutch word for it is “Trekkershut”.

Glamping In Belgium

In case you don’t even want to bring your own tent or caravan, you can choose one of the many cosy tipi’s, chalets, log cabins etc you can rent on the many campsites in Belgium.