Alan Rogers Review
This is a very good, small campsite run by an enthusiastic family in the Polish winter capital, which is on a par with the best alpine resorts as an upmarket ski resort. With only space for about 24 pitches, all with electricity, this a good short or medium term stop while you explore and enjoy the Tatry Mountains and Zakopane. While some visitors go hiking in the mountains, many are content to admire the scenery from the windows of their cable car gliding to the summit of Mt Kasprowy Wierch or from the funicular railway (14PLZ return) ascending Mt Gubalówka.
Later in the day many visitors gather in Krupówki, the town’s central pedestrian area that is lined with cafés, restaurants and souvenir shops. From the site you can enjoy views over the tree-clad hills to the west or the snow-capped mountain peaks, all over 2,000 m, to the south.
Small sanitary block has toilets and showers which are immaculate. Washbasins are both open and in cabins, with extra ones outside. Shop. Bar. Restaurant.
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Bar on Site
- Shop Nearby
- Shop on Site
- Pets allowed
Coming from Krakow on the 47, just after entering Zakopane there is the inevitable McDonalds. Turn right just before Orlen petrol station and McDonalds and then immediately right again. Site is on left in 25 m.