Jungholz is a sub Alpine village of some 300 inhabitants in what is effectively an Austrian exclave within Germany located at around 1050 metres. The campsite is around 200 metres from the German border and offers hill and mountain views all round with excellent cycling trails into both the Bavarian-Swabian Allgäu and the Tannheim Valley (Tannheimer Tal) in the Tyrol. To the south of the campsite is the 1638 m high Sorgschrofen mountain - it is at the peak that two Austrian and two German borders meet..
The campsite was set up in 1977 and is still run by the grand daughter of the founder with her partner. Many of the residents are long term and the amount of sites for motorhomes is limited, furthermore vehicles over 850cm would have difficulty in parking here.
The shower block is very clean and large for the size of the campsite. There is a chemical water dump where grey water can also be dumped.
D-87491 / A-6691 Jungholz
Tel.: +43 5676 8182
Fax: +43 5676 83511