The arrival (either through Natters or Mutters) has a very tight turn at one point between buildings. Also watch you sat-nav directions as these may try to take you in an even narrower route. The reception was busy but very friendly with good English spoken. Didn’t use the wifi, but the phone signal & data were good here. The campsite in August was very busy but enough room to move around. We opted for a large pitch with electricity, water & drainage which had plenty of room. A little disappointed as we were put right at the back of the site with no views other than a hedge & other caravans. The price for the pitch worked out at almost £70/night when you add-in the local tourist & green taxes, which seems quite steep. Plenty to do in the area whether on-site, Innsbruck or if you with to travel a little further. Would recommend Innsbruck centre, Bergisel ski jump, Intertux glacier, Solden.