Alan Rogers Review
Lipova Lazne is on the northern edge of the Hruby Jesenik area, which is a protected landscape and is in the shadow of Praded, Moravia’s highest mountain (1,491 m). It is said that on a clear day you can see both the Krkonose of eastern Bohemia and the Tatras of central Slovakia from its peak. The area is great for walking and trails abound, as do transport options. From the Cervenohorske Sedio pass you can take the cable car down to Ramzova or walk the red trail. This quiet and pleasant campsite has 132 level and numbered pitches, 32 with 6A electricity.
Facilities are basic, but it may suit people interested in a nature-oriented holiday.