Katno is a small village near Ostróda in Masuria in northeast Poland, 100 km. from Gdansk Bay and the Baltic Sea. This claims to be one of the most beautiful regions in the country, covered with forests and surrounded by picturesque lakes. The site offers touring pitches with electricity connections available, and has caravans and log cabins to rent. It is on the shores of Szelag Wieki, a post-glacial lake popular with fishermen, and close to a bathing beach. Numerous footpaths and cycle tracks provide opportunities for the energetic to explore the area, and canoes, pedaloes and sailing boats can be hired on the lake.
The surrounding forests are home to a variety of wildlife, including eagles. The towns and villages in the neighbourhood offer numerous tourist attractions. Ostróda is a short drive away and has shops, bars, restaurants and a castle; it boasts an ‘exceptionally hot’ festival called ‘Ostróda Summer Hot Days’ and holds a big annual reggae festival. Closer to hand, in Stare Jablonki, you can participate in a fish festival or watch a beach volleyball tournament during the prestigious ‘Beach Volleyball World Cup’.