Alan Rogers Review
This site is almost in the centre of Jelenia Gora, which is situated at the foot of the Karkonosze Mountains. It is close to the Czech border and the famous ‘crystal glass’ town of Szklarska Poreba. The 80 level touring pitches (40 for touring units, 40 for tents) are on terraced grass, all with 10A electricity and there are mature trees. A new hotel is adjacent to the site with tennis courts. Some road noise should be expected. Jelenia Gora’s historic centre, with a Baroque town hall, is surrounded by arcaded town houses and is just a few minutes walk from this pleasant campsite. Places to visit locally include Cieplice, the Szlarka waterfall, Karpacz and Sobieszow with its Chojnik Castle.
Silesia has a varied landscape that distinguishes it from other regions of Poland and it has many hiking trails in the picturesque Sudeten Mountains that make it an area that invites exploration.