In the northern German Mecklenburg Lake District lies Camping Zwenzower Ufer. This quiet family campground is located directly on the Labussee and borders the village of Zwenzow. The campground extends along the lake shore. The pitches vary in size, but almost all have views over the water.
Camping by the water
Right on the road is the campsite reception building. Because the building is located on a hill, you immediately get a nice view of the campground. This extends along the lakeshore. There are pitches of different sizes where you can pitch your own tent or caravan. There are also some mobile homes for rent.
In the campsite shop, you can get most of your daily groceries. There is also fresh bread every morning. You don't always have to cook yourself, because there is also a restaurant-snack bar with an (indoor) terrace. Make sure you have some space left in your stomach, because the campfire evenings that are regularly organised in the high season are very special. While enjoying some music, there is then also the space to roast some goodies on the fire yourself. In high season, there is also entertainment for the children once a week. On the other days, they can play by themselves in the playground or romp around by the water.
Water fun at the Labussee
Camping Zwenzower Ufer guarantees water fun. There are several jetties at the lake, so you can dive into the water for a swim anywhere. For the children, there is a small slide in the water.