UPDATE: April 21, 2021 – Nationwide emergency brake – ban on tourist overnight stays.
The emergency brake provides uniform rules once the seven-day incidence in a county or incorporated city exceeds 100 for three consecutive days. Under the emergency brake rules, overnight tourist stays are prohibited. The law change goes into effect no earlier than Saturday, April 24, and is initially scheduled to last until the end of June.
Regardless of the emergency brake, that is, insofar as the incidence of the states is less than 100, the regulations of the states apply. Accordingly, until further notice, tourist overnight stays at campsites are not permitted. For those who must travel for other reasons (for example, business), exceptions may apply. The regulations and measures of the individual federal states can be viewed below.
Whether and to what extent permanent campers may enter or spend the night on their site depends on the state and is only partially clearly regulated in the state ordinances. Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Brandenburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saxony-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein, and Thuringia make statements on permanent camping – in these states permanent camping is permitted or, under certain conditions, still currently permitted. For specific questions about overnight camping at campsites in individual federal states, please refer to our state associations. The following federal state regulations are known to the BVCD regarding permanent camping (as of 19.03.2021):
Here you will find the current Coronavirus Protection Ordinance for NRW: all restrictions and relaxations at a glance Likewise, you can find all updates for the camping industry on the BVCD page: UPDATE: April 21, 2021 - Nationwide emergency brake - ban on tourist overnight stays. The emergency brake provides uniform rules once the seven-day incidence in a county or…