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A cool camp by a river, a relaxing weekend on a farm, or a boutique hotel in the Alps—these three accommodations near Munich promise fun for the whole family. So pack your belongings and take your little ones on an adventure of a lifetime!
Get ready to park your caravan, pitch your tent, or snuggle up in a wooden cabin – Schnitzmühle Adventure Camp is located directly on the bank of Schwarzer Regen River. The area has many exciting activities to offer, including hikes along the so-called “knights’ paths” to Altnussberg Castle’s ruins and canoe trips down the river.
Back at the camp, a sauna and steam bath await your return. You can also bundle up, rent a wheelbarrow full of wood and a campfire site, and teach your kids to spot constellations in the night sky. Whenever those bellies start rumbling, the on-site restaurant, Thai Bay, should keep you satiated with its Thai-Bavarian fusion cuisine.
Just six kilometres from Chiemsee, a series of luxurious holiday homes welcome families to explore the joys of life on the farmstead Staller Ferienhof. Kids who love animals are bound to have heaps of fun petting the flurry of goats, sheep and alpacas. They might also befriend—and perhaps even want to have a go at riding—Hanna (the horse) and Marfa (the pony).
Staller Ferienhof’s six spacious apartments are ideal for small and large families alike. To the delight of most parents, each unit features a fully-equipped kitchen and a Finnish sauna. The farm also has a playground and its very own bathing pond. You can rent canoes on-site and cruise down River Alz, or spend the day splashing around in one of the four lakes in the area.
Naturhotel Forstguthof’s wooden walls blend in perfectly with Salzburg’s natural surroundings. Hop into the infinity pool and wind down to the breathtaking views of Leogang Mountains. Be sure to treat yourself to some well-deserved spa time—aka alone time—before setting out with the kids to explore the farm and wildlife enclosure on-site.
If you want to go hiking, you might choose to rent your gear from the hotel. Their packages even include binoculars for the little ones. To get the best tips on the most family-friendly trails, have a quick chat with the hotel’s in-house guide, Claus. Pristine lakes and breathtaking autumnal landscapes await.