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Camping in Russia
June 29, 2019 15:48


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What is camping?

Camping is an equipped summer camp with parking spaces  for cars and caravans, and a special territory available for   installing tents. As a rule,  there is water, toilets, and electricity there.

Camping in Russia

In Russia, due to the bad quality of roads and lack of infrastructure along federal highways, auto-tourism is poorly developed. That’s why Moscow residents know many European cities better than the Golden Ring that surrounds the capital.

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Camping in Russia has started  to develop actively since 2015.  Russian camping is usually a place where you can come with your own tent, or rent a summer house or a tent.

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Campgrounds of the Krasnodar Territory

Most Russian campgrounds are located in the Krasnodar Territory along the Black Sea coast. On the coastline from Sochi to Taman there are dozens of recreation centers.

The abundance of campgrounds around the sea is explained by the fact that the tourist season here lasts more than six months, which means that the payback is higher. While in the central zone of Russia, the campsite is in demand only three months a year, therefore it is more expensive to maintain it.



Campgrounds around Moscow

There are camping sites near Moscow too. They are few, but they are pretty good.  

The most unusual and comfortable is the Nikola-Lenivets Park, where the Archstoyanie architectural festival takes place every year. On the territory of the campsite there are comfortable houses, places for tents, two sanitary zones with toilets and water, two cafes, and Wi-Fi.

Taking a bike, you can go around architectural installations. It is better to come  here for 2-3 days.


Perhaps Nikola-Lenivets is the largest camping site in Russia.  You can come here with your tent, rent a tent or a guest house. There is enough space for everyone.

The minus of the Park "Nikola-Lenivets"  is its remoteness  - 270 km to the south-west from Moscow. But the fact is that buses with foreign tourists come here almost every morning.

The advantages of camping  

1. Low cost.

Camping parking costs about 500 rubles per tent against 3000-5000 rubles per  a hotel room.

2. Environmental friendliness.

In 99% of cases camping is located in the green zone - either in the forest by the river, or by the sea.

3. Suitable for holidays with children.

In fact, children are much more interested in staying at the campsite than in the hotel.  

4. Barbecue.

You are not tied to cafes and restaurants. The evening around the campfire is more romantic than a dinner in a restaurant.

5 Purifying your mind.

The closer you are to nature, the better chances you have to purify your mind and come back with fresh ideas.


Camping Cons

1. No personal toilet and shower.

You will not have a personal bathroom in a tent.  Toilets and showers are outside the “residential” zone.  

2. No daily cleaning.

You will have to clean your  tent and the adjacent area yourself.

3. Neighbors can be noisy.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: active holidays in Russia ecotourism travel to Russia Russian regions  

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