Campingplatz Krossinsee 1930 is a welcoming, somewhat cluttered camping site in the woods to the east of Berlin. The camping site is located in the Müggelspree-Löcknitzer forest and lakes region. Driving along the road to the camping site, you'll ride through the woods, along the lakes, streams and fens. The camping site is located on a large lake and features its own sandy beach and grassy beaches along its banks.
A feel-good free-for-all
Campingplatz Krossinsee 1930 is located just outside the ring roads of Berlin, in a wooded region. You'll be camping on grass under tall conifers and you can choose your own pitch. This camping site is a feel-good free-for-all: tents, mobile homes and camper vans are all interspersed with each other.
An athletic environment
The surrounding area is perfect for hikes and bike rides. Campers can also go swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and sailing. You can walk straight from your camping pitch to the water for a refreshing dip, especially if you have a VIP pitch right on the water.
Watching the boats
There is a traditional German restaurant with a terrace on the water, which is lit up beautifully in the evenings. You're treated to a view of the lake and the dock. Water sports fans and boat lovers will really love it here. There are various boat hire businesses on and around the camping site, but you can also bring your own boat with you.
Visit the city: Berlin
In reality, you're actually on a true urban camping site: Berlin is just a 20-minute drive away. This means that you can enjoy a day out to the city and still combine it with a cool morning swim, a beautiful evening hike and a German beer on a terrace along the water. If that's what you're looking for, then look no further than Campingplatz Krossinsee 1930.
- €20 per night during lowseason
- Campsite accepts ACSI Club ID