Planning a Weekend Getaway with Friends? Here are Some Breath-taking Camping Sites Around Delhi for a Perfect Escape (2020)!

Planning a Weekend Getaway with Friends? Here are Some Breath-taking Camping Sites Around Delhi for a Perfect Escape (2020)!

This article lists down the best camping sites you can visit for unwinding over a weekend. All these places are close to Delhi and take little time to travel to, and are easily accessible. Read on to find out more!

Benefits of Camping Near Delhi

Located at a distance of about 260 km from Delhi, Morni Hills near Tikkar Taal in Haryana enchants visitors by its breathtaking views and the lush greenery provides the much needed break and relaxation from the hectic schedule. There are various tour operators which provide camping facilities along with adventure and fun sports at this place.

Weekend Camping Near Delhi

Planning for a short, weekend camping trip near Delhi? You must check the below mentioned cool destinations which are popular among the travel enthusiasts and campers. Most of them are just a couple of hours away from Delhi and can be easily reached by train, bus or own vehicle.

Camp Mustang, Sohna Road


Located in a countryside farmhouse of Manesar near Sohna Road, just 50 kms from Delhi on the outskirts of Gurgaon is Camp Mustang. The place is spread across 8 acres and offers various activities like rock climbing, trekking, air rifle shooting, zorbing, team building activities, farming, cycling, village walks, obstacle courses, rocketry, astronomy and more such activities. This place is located amidst the serene Aravalli hills and the picturesque location has huge farms surrounding it. Astronomy and stargazing activities are provided under guidance and for game lovers paintball and parasailing activities are also available. Also, outdoor games like volleyball, cricket and badminton are organized in the camp. The place offers a lounge area which can easily accommodate 100 persons at a time, dining services, conference area and washrooms. Just an hour’s drive away from Delhi, this is a perfect place for adventure sports, group activities and large functions. For more information you can check their official website.

Camp Wild Dhauj, Gurgaon-Faridabad Border


Located near Mangar Village at Gurgaon and Faridabad border is the unique camping destination, the Camp Wild Dhauj. Spread in a serene and green area of 12 acres of land, it has 12 safari tents and seven eco lodges and has been a centre of attraction for MTV Roadies and Audi Q5 launch event. The place hosts a lot of activities like flying fox, rock climbing, rappelling, river crossing, zorbing, off path cycling, cliff jump, low rope obstacle game and raft building, etc. A place just 50 km or an hour drive away from Delhi, Camp Wild Dhauj is a perfect place to book a one or two day package and escape from the city’s hustle bustle. You can get more information about this camping place at

The Blue Camp, Damdama Lake, Gurgaon


Located at a distance of just 40 kms from Delhi is the Blue Camp near Damdama Lake which is a perfect place for a day outing or even for short weekend break of 2-3 days. The camp offers different packages for families, corporate, large groups and schools; they also conduct women-only adventure camps. The Blue Camp is a unique blend of wild ambience with rural farming. You can simply chill out at this place between various fun activities like boating, camping, bonfire, barbecue and delicious cuisines. A quick dose of respite from the stressed out urban life and a nice place to rejuvenate during a short break, get more info at

Camp Tikkling, Gurgaon

Another amazing camping site which is just 35 kms or about an hour’s drive away from Delhi is the Camp Tikkling in Gurgaon. This place is surrounded by the rocky Aravali Hills from 3 sides and this wilderness is what makes this place so silent and adventurous. The place has been designed as a Nature Camp in which the simplicity of village and adventure of being in a wild atmosphere are mixed perfectly. The Camp organizes a plethora of adrenaline-pumping activities like artificial wall climbing, rappelling, zip line, commando net, natural rock climbing, trekking, jumaring, survival skills training, paintball and paintball games, etc. Other activities include climbing tower, diagonal rope ladder, army obstacles, camel cart ride, tractor ride, potter’s wheel, eco walk, tree plantation, nature walks, bird watching and many other entertaining and recreational sports and activities. You can pre-book the trip and enjoy your weekend at

Panchkula, Haryana

Located at a distance of about 240 km. from Delhi, Panchkula is a planned city close to the Union Territory of Chandigarh. Panchkula is a small city spread across about 90 sq. km and has a population close to 600k. Panchkula derives its name from Panch (meaning five) and Kula (canals in Sanskrit) as it refers to the five irrigation canals which get their water from the Ghaggar – Hakra River and are nearby the city. Panchkula is blessed by natural beauty, be it the breathtaking views of the Morni Hills, Ramgarh Fort or the farms spread across the outer parts of the city. You can enjoy camping along with the scenic views and also indulge yourself in trekking, adventure sports and star gazing on clear nights.

Camp Kyari, Siyat, Jim Corbett

Near the famous tourist city of Nainital in Uttarakhand is village Rampur, adjoining which is the world famous Jim Corbett National Park. The National Park is famous for Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards, elephants and the mesmerising flora and fauna. Camp Kyari, Siyat is located inside the jungle of Kumaoni Village which is adjoining the park. You can hear the sound of nature while camping inside this village and sometimes different voices from the wilderness may give you goosebumps. During the day you can trek the forest with the help of a guide or roam around in the hills on a mountain bike. This place is a boon for wildlife lovers and photographers as you encounter and click different animals and various species of birds. And if you love some adventurous activity, then flying from a hilltop by means of paragliding is the adventure which will make you leave this place with everlasting memories. You can get more information and plan your trip by visiting and

Hill Stations Near Delhi Where You Can Go Camping

You love mountains, but don’t have enough leaves in hand or the time to plan a long trip to a hill station? Not to worry, there are many places nearby Delhi which are perfect for a short camping trip. These places are just a couple of hours away from Delhi and the camping trip won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Mussoorie and Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand and located in Doon Valley is just 270 km. from Delhi. It’s a popular hill station in the picturesque backdrop of the Garhwal Himalayas and a popular place for campers. Located 1400 feet above the sea level, Dehradun has a weather which is mostly pleasant with year round moderate temperature. Surrounded by waterfalls, caves and natural springs, it makes for a perfect camping place and you can also try different adventure activities including water sports. About 35 kilometres from Dehradun, Mussoorie is another hill station at an altitude of about 1880 meters, which sits like a crown on top of Dehradun. Mussoorie has serene and scenic views across it and a clear view of Dehradun on the foothills makes this place even more enchanting.

Chail, Himachal Pradesh

A small and quiet hill station near Shimla, Chail is known for world’s highest cricket ground and the famous heritage hotel - Chail palace, which is surrounded by deodar and pine trees. Famous as a hiker’s paradise, Chail provides the view of lush green beautiful forests and mountains. Chail also boasts of the world’s highest cricket and polo grounds and also has a lavish resort on top of three hilltops. Chail is about 340 kms from Delhi and an overnight journey would make you reach this place where you can unwind yourself in the calm and relaxed atmosphere and camp in the serenity, away from the bustling urban life. You can also visit Chail Wildlife Sanctuary and spot different wild animals and various species of birds.

Binsar, Almora - Uttarakhand

Situated near the mountain range of Almora, Binsar is a comparatively less crowded hill station from where you can enjoy the enchanting views of Kedarnath, Panchachuli and Nanda Devi. This can be a nice place for camping as Binsar is surrounded by oak trees, pine trees, rhododendron and more than 200 species of plants, trees and animals. Visitors can trek to the top of the hill, take a stroll through the forests or simply do bird watching. Various camping activities include riverside treks, rappelling, sanctuary trek, jungle trek and more adventurous activities. Binsar is around 380 kms from Delhi and total travel time would be around 10 hours.

Chakrata, Uttarakhand

Chakrata is a small town in Dehradun district in Uttarakhand and is about 350 kms. from Delhi and 90 kms. from Dehradun. Chakrata is a secluded town with less number of visitors and has only few hotels and lodges. Chakrata is a delight for campers and weekend backpackers as there is plenty of nature’s beauty to be explored and various adventurous activities for the visitors. Amidst the breathtaking landscapes, you can spot waterfalls like cascading waterfalls and Tiger falls while trekking or even enjoy some water sports like water rappelling or even try to challenge the Kharamba Peak which has an altitude of 10,000 ft (if you’re a professional mountaineer). Chakrata is still not a very popular tourist destination; hence you’ll hardly find any restaurant here. If you are planning a camping trip, then the roadside food stalls bring the much needed respite and serve local, North Indian and Chinese food items. But the handful of hotels in Chakrata do provide food in their own in-built restaurants. And did we forgot to mention that the nearest petrol pump is 50 kms away at a place called Vikasnagar? In case you go by personal conveyance, do get your tank filled up prior to visiting Chakrata. You can check the website for more details about this place.

Sanawar Nature Camp, Kasauli


Located in the foothills of Kasauli Mountain range in Himachal Pradesh, Sanawar Nature Camp was established in the year 2008 to promote eco-tourism. The camp is surrounded by picturesque snow clad mountains and the serene views of the meadows of wildflowers, pine, oak and deodar trees combined with the whispers of pines, call of cuckoos and the sound of the running water create the perfect environment for a soul rejuvenating experience. Enjoy the flora, fauna and rocks at this camp while you are away from the noise and pollution of the city life. This camp has plethora of activities like rappelling, climbing, Burma Bridge, valley crossing, etc. for the adventure enthusiasts. Also, different fun activities are being organized for people of different age groups, be it yoga, meditation, nature walk, trekking or cultural activities like folk dance and music. Campers can also relish the local food and stay in huts, tents or cottages as per their convenience. For more information, you can visit the website

Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

Just 260 kms from the National Capital is the beautiful city of Rishikesh surrounded by jungles, mountains and the holy Ganga River and a perfect place for a camping weekend near Delhi. You can enjoy adventurous activities like white water rafting, canoeing, bungee jumping, flying fox, rock climbing, paintball, body surfing and kayaking or spend nights gazing stars in front of the bonfire. Take a stroll through the jungles and the wild beaches while spotting the flora and fauna. Visitors have the option to play beach volleyball, enjoy bonfire in night and mountaineering and trekking during the day.

Morni Hills, Haryana

Located at a distance of about 260 km from Delhi, Morni Hills near Tikkar Taal in Haryana enchants visitors by its breathtaking views and the lush greenery provides the much needed break and relaxation from the hectic schedule. There are various tour operators which provide camping facilities along with adventure and fun sports at this place.

Rahul Banerji
Rahul began his stint as a freelance writer after working in the corporate world for ten years. He enjoys writing on various topics and is an avid blogger. His interest in science, technology, politics, current affairs and the latest trends helps him to back his writing with well researched facts. Rahul finds solace in gadgets, nature and spirituality.
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Weekend Unwind

If you're busy with the hustle and bustle of your daily life, take a camping trip with your friends over a weekend and unwind over fun activities, the roadtrip and spend some quality time with them. Before you leave, make sure you get a fair idea of the place and what amenities are available. So, ensure that you carry your essentials for a hassle free experience. Happy unwinding!