Reached along a reasonably long forest trail, this naturist site is in a tranquil location on the eastern banks of the Rätzsee. Although pitches to the rear of the site have some shade, the majority are located in a fairly open area just back from the lakeshore behind a row of trees. A small beach allows access to the lake as well as a wooden jetty, which is also used by visiting canoeists. 40 of the 120 pitches are reserved primarily for tourers; all have 16A electricity are reasonably level and on grass.
The site’s lakeshore is bounded by reeds that hinder access to the water and restrict views of the lake. The Rätzsee is connected to other lakes in the region, allowing canoeists to visit the site. Canoeing is very popular in this area with hundreds of lakes, most connected by small waterways, and it is quite common to see families and groups of holidaymakers paddling their canoes with tent and provisions aboard as they tour the region.