Alan Rogers Review
Am Krossinsee is an efficiently run site and a good base for visiting the capital of Germany. The Krossinsee itself is one of many clean lakes in the southeast of Berlin and is suitable for swimming, fishing and boating, with access by key through a gate from the woodland site. More than half the 450 pitches here are for tourers and are of varying but reasonable size, mainly with some degree of slope, most with 10A electrical connections and a fair amount of shade. A separate area is set aside for tents. For visits in high season, you should try to arrive as early as possible as reservations are not taken.
Near the entrance are a shop, a snack bar which is open daily for breakfast, lunches and evening meals. A small fenced area with children’s play equipment (mainly climbing) is on sand and earth.
The sanitary facilities are of above average quality for a city site, situated in a modern building with plenty of private cabins, smallish showers (token from reception), hand and hair dryers, a baby room and a well equipped unit for disabled visitors. Kitchen. Laundry. Lake swimming, fishing, boating (hire facilities) windsurfing school and woodland walks. Bicycle hire. WiFi.
- All Year
- Childrens Play Area
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
From southeast Berlin on the A10 ring road take exit 19 (Niederlehme) to Wernsdorf, then follow signs to Schmockwitz and site.