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Ferienpark Heidesee

Ferienpark Heidesee

Germany, Lower Saxony, Lower Saxony, Fassberg-Oberohe

Tel:  
05827 970546
fax:  
058 279 70547
Open (touring pitches):  
All year.

Ref: DE30750

Alan Rogers Review

Ferienpark Heidesee is a holiday centre surrounding a small lake in the Lüneburg Heide. The grass pitches are mostly on level ground in open areas, separated by low hedges. Some have good views over the lake. There are 250 touring pitches, all with 10A electricity connections. Private sanitary facilities are available to rent. This is an excellent site for family holidays with a full entertainment programme in high season, an indoor play hall, skate ramp, bowling alley and a small zoo on site.

There is an outdoor swimming pool with paddling pool, and swimming is also possible in the lake. In the surrounding area there are many marked paths and cycle tracks. On site a large open-sided building houses sports facilities. Part of the site is divided off and accommodates 120 naturist pitches.

Facilities

Heated toilet blocks provide free hot showers, a baby room and facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine and dryer. Cooking facilities. Motorcaravan services. Bread to order. Restaurant/bar and snack bar (Wed-Sun). Outdoor swimming pool (July/Aug). Sauna. Tennis. Basketball. Beach volleyball. Fishing. In-line skating. Children’s entertainment. Indoor play area. Adventure playground. Petting zoo. Bicycle hire. Go-kart hire. Free WiFi over part of site.

  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • American Motor Homes
  • Accommodation to Rent
  • All Year
  • Camping Cheque
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Fishing on Site
  • Lake/River Beach Nearby
  • Lake/River Beach Onsite
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Lake/River Swim
  • Outdoor Pool on Site
  • Restaurant
  • TV on Site
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi Free
  • Wifi Partial Site

Location

Directions

From Fassberg go eastwards towards Unterlüß and site is signed in Oberohe. The road leading to the site from the main road is rough.