Welcome to the Wies'n Camp
Accommodation for backpackers and low-budget-tourists Oktoberfest Munich September 21st - Oktober 8th 2018 at Olympic Horse Stadium München-Riem (just 20 minutes from Oktoberfest and the heart of the city by train)
You can rent a tent (including up to 3 persons) per night from 55€ on (see pricelist). We take a deposit of 60€ per tent, which you get back at departure, if the tent is not damaged. The tent does not include sleepingbags or isolationmats. You can bring your own or rent the mat and buy the sleepingbag on the camp.
Or you can rent caravans or containers (including up to 4 persons) from 150€ on. Deposit for caravans / sleeping containers: 250 €. The price includes up to 4 persons and the bedsheets. Blankets, pillows or sleepingbags are not included. You can bring your own or buy a sleepingbag on the camp.
All fees include restrooms and hot showers.
We offer luxury isolation-mats for a comfortable sleep (5€ per mat per night with a deposit of 20€)
Of course you can also come with your own campervan / caravan. It costs 29€ per night including 2 people. For each additional person, there is an extra fee of 14€ per night. If you are interested in coming with your own caravan, you can do a booking via email (email@example.com).
If you want to come with your own tent, it costs 14€ per night per person.
More informations about coming with an own tent or caravan, you can find at "prices".
To see aviabilities and costs please push the "reservation" button and fill out the sheet with your dates. The system will show you automatically the aviabilities and costs, before sending the reservation.
Also there in 2018: lockers, ATM, our "Hüttn", WLAN ( 2 hours 2 Euro)
In the year 1810 the Oktoberfest in Munich was created to celebrate the marriage of Kronprinz Ludwig with Therese Charlotte Louise von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. The area was located outside the city of Munich and in honor of the bride it was called „Theresienwiese“ or shorter „Wies’n“. The celebration was a horse race in Olympic tradition, so everybody could take part.
One of the first winners was Xaver Krenkl, a local coachman. He was famous ,because he had illegaly overtaken the King's coach years before. Asked why he did so, he answered to the policemen: If you can, you can!
This local hero brought thousands of fans to the race track, so the Oktoberfest grew. In 1818 there were bowling alleys, swings and the first carousels. So the first beergardens were opened where the "old" beer was sold ( It was forbidden to brew during the period from March to October, so the last kegs were transported from the beer cellars to the celebration ground: darker and stronger than the "normal" beer). This tradition has survived all the decades up to now and therefore Oktoberfest-Beer is a little bit stronger and darker than the beer you get served all year long in whole bavaria.