We stayed here in June and after a bit of haggling got a pitch looking directly at the mountain range to the rear of the shower block. No complaints re the pitch, it had electricity, mains water and drainage. However the original one we were allocated nearer the lake wasn’t anything special, too cramped, as most pitches lakeside appeared to be.
Finding it en route from Lake Garda was simple but the queue at reception was (as it was most days) long and continued through most of the day. It is a very busy camp, with people coming and going however reception staff were welcoming and helpful throughout.
The two lakes, one for swimming with a variety of inflatables, canoes and a slide, looked murky and unwelcoming. No thanks !!
The lakeside restaurant looks very nice and is comfortable but the food is no better than OK and quite expensive, restaurants in Innsbruck were cheaper and better value. We also thought that some staff using their segways went far too fast regardless of the age of people using the walkways. They are an accident waiting to happen !
The toilet and shower block is simply superb, we’ve never quite seen anything like it. However the showers are on the first floor accessed by a reasonably steep slope. This might prove challenging to some. Wifi was expensive so didn’t bother.
There are footpaths direct from site into Innsbruck and to local villages. Innsbruck is a ten minute drive, parking there was easy and its worth the visit. Local supermarkets at Gotzen, a 5 minute drive, were not expensive. Diesel was the cheapest we found whilst doing our 6 week trek at 1 euro 28.
We will definitely visit Austria again but in honesty we were a bit disappointed with this camp, it didn’t seem to match up to the pre visit reviews we read. They could do with using the views they have much better, far too many trees blocked what would other wise have been fantastic mountain views.