Hungary, North Hungary, Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg Co, Tokaj
- +36 47 352 626
- 1 May - 30 September.
Alan Rogers Review
From mid July to mid August, this site gets quite busy, but either side of these dates it is quiet and very relaxing. Set on the banks of the wide River Tisza, the level grass pitches, 120 in number, are close together and narrow but quite long, off a hard circular access road so siting should be quite easy. All the pitches have electricity (mostly 6A) and there is much shade from a variety of trees. There is a high season reception, but at other times, you site yourself and a gentleman calls during the evening to collect the fee. There may well be some daytime noise from watersports on the river but it is very quiet by night.
This is a useful base for visiting northeast Hungary, not far from the Ukraine and Romania. Tokaij, of course, is famous for its outstanding white wines.
The toilet block is basic, but clean, and has British style WCs (external entry) and curtained showers with communal undressing. Kitchen with gas hob. Kiosk and bar with covered terrace. Simple restaurant. Wine shop. Barbecue places and large outdoor grill area for baking bread and barbecues. River sports. No English spoken (German is).
LocationTokaj is east of Miskolc and north of Debrecen. Site is just south of the river bridge on road no. 38. (Avoid the noisy campsite signed on the other side of the road). Link to campsite location map on google
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