This attractive site has been created by a goldsmith and her husband. Small and family run, with 45 pitches, it is in a quiet location, over 1,000 metres high at the end of a small village in the Berner Oberland. The striking metre-high mushrooms – with their white-dotted red tops they are difficult to miss - provide the electrical supply points for the 35 touring pitches and site lighting. The grass pitches are level and there are seven with gravel hardstanding for motorhomes. The gently sloping site is partly surrounded by trees with mountain top views across the valley.
To the rear of the site, traditional chalets are dotted around on the steep grassy meadows that stretch to the hilltops. This is a site and region which welcomes children. They can follow the adventures the dwarf Muggestutz on the nearby dwarf trail. Another fascination is the Ballenberg open-air museum where century old buildings from all over Switzerland have been reassembled and, together with 250 farmyard animals, life as it used to be is re-enacted. For more holiday ideas ask the friendly, young, English-speaking site owners.