Bordering and with direct access to the Leppinsee via a meadow, a beach and a small jetty, Am Leppinsee offers 70 well-shaded, grassy pitches, all with 10A electricity, arranged amongst the trees. This is a very quiet site and borders Germany’s largest national park where cranes, red deer, the white-tailed eagle, osprey and much more can be found. Close to the site is an eight-acre ‘dendrologischer’ garden (the study of wooded plants); founded in 1906, it contains many rare examples of trees as well as 600-year-old oak and beech.
The Leppinsee is connected to many other lakes and waterways, all favoured by those travelling by canoe, and a trip along the Seerosenstrasse (Water Lilly route) to the Schoss in Mirow is popular. Boats can be rented on site. For those that prefer to travel to Mirow with less effort, a small passenger ship service operates between the site and the town.