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Wiesn Camp in Riem

Affordable accommodation during Oktoberfest: from tent to loft

If you’re coming to Oktoberfest from outside Munich, you can stay at Wiesn Camp in the Olympic horse-riding facility in Riem in the east of the city. It offers a variety of affordable types of accommodation, from simple to cultured: Whether in your own or a pre-raised tent, a caravan or accommodation container, a Wiesn loft or your own trailer or motor home.

A camp with its own gastro-hut

At Wiesn Camp guests are offered more than just a place to spend the night. In the camp’s quaint “Erdinger Urweiße Hütte” there is almost always something to eat and drink. And when the sun is shining, the wooden terrace is an irresistible space to relax in company throughout the day.

Connection to Oktoberfest and downtown Munich

From Wiesn Camp you can get to Oktoberfest at Theresienwiese comfortably and within 20 minutes via the S-Bahn (line S2). The S-Bahn station Riem is 5 minutes walk from the camp.

Arriving at Wiesn Camp

By automobile: From all directions on the Ostumgehung A99 to the interchange “München-Ost”, carry on in direction ”München” till the interchange “Daglfing”, then follow the signs for “Olympia Reitanlage” or “Wiesn Camp”. Please enter “Landshamer Straße” in your Satnav. The entrance to the camp is on Landshamer Straße corner Schichtlstraße.

By train: from the Hauptbahnhof take the S-Bahn S2 (direction Erding or Markt Schwaben) to Riem. From there follow the signs to “Wiesn Camp”.

By airplane: from Munich Airport take the S-Bahn S8 (direction Innenstadt) to Leuchtenbergring. Change at Leuchtenbergring and take the S2 (direction Erding or Markt Schwaben) to Riem. From there follow the signs to “Wiesn Camp”.

Reservation and confirmation

Reservations for any of the accommodation options offered at Wiesn Camp must be made in writing at least 5 days before arrival.

More information can be found on the website of Wiesn Camp.

Important: Non-updated information on this page refers to Oktoberfest 2019. There was no Oktoberfest in 2020, neither was in 2021 due to the Corona pandemic.