Our campsite at the Fohnsee near the small town Iffeldorf is open from middle of April until middle of October. The rather small campsite in the nature reserve 'Osterseen' with about 40 camping pitches under trees is located directly at the lake, some smaller places can be found in the adjacent forest. We keep the campsite consciously in harmony with the nature. The sanitary facilities are in good condition; washing machine and drier are available.
Permanent annual pitches with own washing and shower facilities are adjacent directly at the lake as well. Annual pitches are available on request (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). The area for season campers is open permanently.
A restaurant (www.fohnsee.de) and the beach are directly at the campsite.
The town of Iffeldorf can be reached within 10 min walking-distance. There you can find a grocery store, post office, bank and a general practicioner as well as further restaurants. The train station in Iffeldorf is 1,5 kilometers away from the campsite. From Iffeldorf you can take the bus or the train to visit the town Penzberg (6 km) with shopping possibilities or Seeshaupt at the Starnberger See (also 6 km), or you can explore the nearby mountains.
The district of the Osterseen is very popular for its hiking possibilities and extremely beautiful walking trails at and around the lakes and its surroundings. The plain regions at the foothills of the Alps are ideal for bicycle tours and offer a marvelous view on the mountains.
In the restaurant 'Waldhaus am Fohnsee' (www.fohnsee.de) you can eat delicious regional Food from the grill or enjoy the beer garden.
All pitches are situated in a natural forested area and very close to the lake. Especially the familiar atmosphere and the incomparable surroundings guarantee a relaxing vacation.
Camping is possible on forest floor.
The close-by swimming area invites you to take a bath.
For permanent campers the winter offers a lot of opportunities: curling, ice-skating, cross-country skiing or skiing in the nearby Alps.
Traditional putting up of the Maypole in Iffeldorf.