This is a well organised and quiet site located just northeast of Dresden, with easy access from the autobahn. The site has very good facilities and is arranged on grassland beside a lake, which is reached from the site through a gate. Although the site is fairly open, trees do provide shade in some areas. There are 238 large touring pitches (plus 40 seasonal in a separate area), marked by bushes or posts on generally flat or slightly sloping grass. All have 10/16A electricity and 132 have water and drainage. At the entrance is an area of hardstanding (with electricity) for late arrivals. A member of Leading Campings group. You may swim, fish or use inflatables in the lake (at your own risk). A wide entertainment programme is organised for children in high season.
There are many interesting places to visit apart from Dresden and Meissen, with the fascinating National Park Sächsische Schweiz (Saxon Switzerland) on the border with the Czech Republic offering some spectacular scenery. Boat trips on the Elbe can be taken from the tourist centres of Königstein and Bad Schandau, and Saxony is also famous for its many old castles, including Colditz, for which an English language guide is available. Bus trips are organised to Prague and Dresden.