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Camping Na Venkove

Camping Na Venkove

Czech Republic, East Bohemia, Pardubice, Radim, Luze

720 302 683
Open (touring pitches):  
25 April - 12 September.

Ref: CZ4865

Alan Rogers Review

The Hoek family have transformed a 400-year-old former state farm with an orchard into a pleasant holiday destination with 50 pitches, 37 for touring units. They are spacious and grassy, with electricity (6A Europlug), set among fruit trees, which provide shade. A small brook and a river flow alongside. The site is a car-free zone except on arrival and departure. Two special pitches are reserved for motorcaravans, but the site does not have a service point. In a separate large field there are pitches without electricity for tents and caravans.

The area is undulating, with some hills and valleys. There are lots of woods and open spaces with cycling routes.


Three sanitary blocks have hot showers, a family room and facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine. Small shop for basics in the snack bar. Bar (1/6-15/9). Bread to order (July/Aug). Breakfast available. Outdoor swimming pool and toddlers’ pool (1/6-15/9). Recycling facility. Pool table. Table hockey. Table football, Play area. Games room. Bread available to order. Go-karts. Entertainment for children (high season). Free WiFi (max 1. connection per pitch).

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • Bar on Site
  • Fishing Nearby
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Outdoor Pool on Site
  • Shop Nearby
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed
  • TV on Site
  • Wifi (all site)
  • Wifi Free



From the E67 travel south on road number 334 to Parcubice and Chrudim. From the roundabout at the entrance of Chrudim head towards Vysoke Myto, then onto road number 17 (a busy secondary road). Take the exit at Holesovice towards Chroustovice then on through Lhota, Zalazany and Lozice, after which the campsite is on your left, after the white walls and a stretch of rough ground. Sat nav for the final approach is not recommended.