Most Prague campsites are equipped with hot showers, kitchen facilities, washers and dryers, and even internet access. Onsite restaurants and shops at many Prague campsites increases the convenience factor.. Most campsites also have rooms available for rent. Below you'll find a list of Prague campsites. While the campsites are not, understandably, in the heart of Prague, most campsites are about 20 minutes from the city center via public transportation. Regardless, many Prague campsites are close to attractions, like the Prague Botanical gardens, the zoo, and Troja Palace, or are situated so that taking advantage of sports like kayaking and swimming is convenient.
- Autocamp Trojska: website
Secure year-round campsite. Prague 7.
- Camp Busek: website
Discounts given for longer stays.Prague 8.
- Camp Dana Troja: website
- Camp Drusus: website
- Camp Herzog: website
Tents and sleeping bags available for rent. Offers discounts for students.Prague 7.
- Camp Prager: website
- Camp Sokol Troja: website
- Camp Zizkov:website
Walkable and bike-able to downtown Prague. Prague 3.
- Camping Sokol: website
Family-run, well-established campsite. Prague 9.
- Caravan Camping: website
Situated on an island on the river. Campers can take advantage of canoeing opportunities. Prague 5.
- Caravan Park Yacht Club: website
Located in Smichov, about 8 minutes by metro to Prague city center. Prague 5.
- Hajek Autocamp: website
Close to Prague Botanical Gardens and Troja Palace. Prague 7.
- Intercamp Hostel-Kotva: website
This hostel-camp combo is located on the right bank of the Vltava. Prague 4.
- Kotlarka Pension, Restaurant, and Camp: website
- Oase Praha: website
Outskirts of Prague - Zlatniky.
- Triocamp Prague: website