RECREATIONAL CENTRE AND CAMPING SITE
The own bed always on board! For all, who spend their time with tent and camper, is the wine town poysdorf the perfect stop. The small camping site “Veltlinerland” directly at the swimming pond has 20 parking- and 23 permanent places and in the new sanitary building all what camper need: Washing machine, shower, electricity.
Dogs are welcome.
open times: 19.05. – 31.10.
The recreational center of Poysdorf offers you many things to do:
- natural pond free of charge
- beach volleyball
- ping pong
- children´s playground
Furthermore is there the restaurant “Teichwirt” with pizza, rips and burger located.
Opening hours: daily from 10am to 10pm.
Information at: +43 676/97 20 737
Sparefroh-Camp at the pond
7 tents each for 6 people plus 2 tents for responsible person offer – located directly on the pond of Poysdorf the best location for your youth trip! Modern sanitary facilities and passing place at rain is inkluded.
Adults: € 5,70
children 0 – 6 years: free
children 6 – 15 years: € 3,10
car: € 3,10
Motorbike: € 2,90
caravan: € 6,40
caravan incl. car: € 6,40
tent < 4m² : € 2,90
tent > 4m²: € 3,50
electricity flat charge: € 2,80
Dogs: € 1,80
taxe per night from 15 years: € 1,60
environmental fee and WIFI are included
open times: 29.05. – 31.10.
From Vienna you come to Poysdorf over the motorway A5 ‘Nordautobahn’, exit Poysdorf Süd, then B7 (Brünner Bundesstraße) – after about 6 km you arrive the winecity. At the traffic light in the center you turn left (in direction Laa/Thaya), at the end of the city on the right site is the camping site located.
From the Czech Republik you drive in Mikulov over the E 461 at the border in Drasenhofen.
About 15 km in the South you arrive along the ‘Brünner Straße’ the winecity of Poysdorf. (at the highway junction Poysdorf Nord keep right!)
At the traffic light in the center you go straight ahead (in direction Laa/Thaya), at the end of the city on the right site is the camping site located.
The recreational center and the Campingsite are located directly at the Weinviertler way of St. James or the hiking trail 632.