Surrounded by fields on one side and woods on the other, Camping Bad Neunbrunnen is in the eastern Tirol region of Austria, and is a haven of peace and quiet. Its own small lake offers opportunities to swim and fish; it even has its own freshwater spring. There are around 165 pitches, of which 65 are for touring units, all with electricity connections (max. 16A). Twelve pitches are fully serviced, including gas. The restaurant overlooking the lake offers excellent value. The site is open all year, with skiing attracting visitors in winter, whilst during the rest of the year guided walks and cycle tracks start from the site.
The small town of Maishofen and the popular lakeside resort of Zell am See lie just to the south and offer a wide choice of shops, bars and restaurants and numerous sporting and water-based activities, whilst a short distance to the north is the town and ski resort of Saalfelden. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunities for walking and cycling, with numerous forests and lakes to visit. Car outings could include visits to the Hohe Tauern National Park to the south or across the border into Bavaria to the Berchtesgarden National Park. Historic Salzburg is another possible destination for a day out. In fine weather, a drive over the Grossglockner Pass is breathtaking.