Trencin is an interesting town with a long history and is dominated by the partly restored castle which towers high above. The small site with room for 30 touring units (all with electricity, ten hardstandings) and rooms to let, stands on an island about one kilometre from the town centre opposite a large sports complex. Pitches occupy a grass and gravel area surrounded by bungalows, although when the site is busy, campers park between and almost on top of the bungalows. The castle is high on one side and woods and hills are on the other side, with some pitches enjoying good views of the castle. There is some rail noise. This is a friendly, neat and tidy site with German spoken during our visit.
Slovakia, West, Trencin
- +421 32/743 40 13
- 1 May - 15 September.
Alan Rogers Review
Toilet block is old but tiled and clean with hot water to washbasins (in cabins with curtains) and showers (doors and curtains) under cover but not enclosed. Hot water for dishwashing and laundry. Electric cookers, fridge/freezer, tables and chairs. Little shade. Bar in high season. Boating and fishing in river.
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