Sportcamp Woferlgut has a fantastic location in the sports capital of Austria. The park is a good choice for families with children off all ages but is particularly ideal for toddlers during the springtime. Close by guests can enjoy numerous walking and cycle paths and stunning scenery including waterfalls and lakes.
The park is very well equipped and facilities are of a high quality. There are 2 outdoor swimming pools including a splash pool for children. Children also have a games room, play area, buggy hire and animation programme to enjoy. For adults the park offers a good range of sporting facilities including archery, badminton, fishing, football and tennis. Off site but within easy reach is a beautiful lake offering a fantastic array of watersports such as canoeing and windsurfing.
Other facilities onsite include an attractive bar with outside terrace, a restaurant, take away, shop and small cinema.
The park is medium in size and has a relaxed atmosphere although it can get quite lively during high season. Accommodation is in a range of modern mobile homes including 3 bedroom superior and 3 bedroom comfort models. Mobile homes with outside decking are also available as are tents for those looking for a more authentic camping experience.
Opening Dates: 21/04/2017 - 24/09/2017
Nearest Airport: Salzburg (SZG) - 93km
Recommended Port: Calais - 1148km
Direct Access to Lake: Direct Access
Nearest Town: Bruck - 0.5km
Take a dip in the parc's own private lake
Great location for road cycling, climbing and walking
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