On the edge of Zwenzower village, this is a small, attractive, well-kept campsite with 65 touring pitches. It slopes gently down to the banks of Grosser Labussee which is suitable for swimming, is connected to other lakes and where motorboats are permitted. The site has direct access to the lake and a separate lakeside area is reserved for FKK guests. The pitches (60-100 sq.m) are level and all have 16A electricity and are on grass; many have views over the lake and there is good tree shade over parts of the site.
Access to the lake is between two reed beds where there is a small jetty and a slide leading into the water. From here, small boats can be launched into the lake. Adjacent is a playground and a generous grassy area for sunbathing, lazing around and enjoying the view over the lake. With its waterway connection to other lakes in the region, it is a popular stopover site for canoeists, in addition, boats can be hired from the site.