Austria, Salzburg, Neumarkt
- +43 6216 4400
- 1 May - 15 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Surrounded by gentle hills and adorned with trees and flowers, Seecamp is separated from the lake by a narrow public road, although there is access to the water through the municipal bathing area. When seen in mid-week it was very quiet, but one would imagine that it is more lively during weekends in high season. The 170 grass pitches (100 for touring units, the remainder for long stay units) are on either side of gravel roads on a very gentle slope. They are not marked out or numbered and the position of electricity boxes allows little space. All pitches have 6A electricity and connections are available for TV/radio, water and drainage. No English is spoken.
Sanitary facilities, heated in winter, and with a first aid room are housed in a rather utilitarian underground block near the lake. There are ramps by the steps to the toilets for disabled visitors but these are very steep. Some facilities are used by non-camping members of the public. Restaurant with terrace. Shop. Minigolf. Volleyball. Playground. General room with TV. Bathing at lake station. Fishing.
LocationAbout 26 km. from Salzburg, on B1/A1 Salzburg-Linz road, take turning for Neumarkt. Follow signs for Strandcamping just before the small town itself. If using motorway use Wallersee Ost exit 281. Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N47 55 37||W13 12 35|