Camper parks

Where is the best place to stay with a motorhome? The answer is simple: in a camper park, i.e. motorhome parking. There you can use service points, replenish water supplies or connect to electricity. Thanks to the specially prepared camper infrastructure, the camper parks are an ideal place for a stopover. Most often them are located near tourist attractions or on routes to the most popular holiday resorts.

Campsites found

Camping Frymburk Lipno – image 1
Camper-ParkCampsite for people with disabilitiesCamping by the lakeTransit campsiteCamping by the cycle pathCamping by the MTB cycle pathDog-friendly campingCamping in the mountainsCamping with Wi-FiCamping with a sports fieldCamping with chaletsCamping with private sanitary facilitiesCamping site

Camping Frymburk Lipno

Frymburk, South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

    Camp Gorący Potok – image 1
    Camper-ParkTransit campsiteCamping by the cycle pathDog-friendly campingCamping with Wi-FiCamping with a swimming poolSmall campingWinter campingCamping with a sports fieldCamping site

    Camp Gorący Potok

    Szaflary, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

      Buliro Stellplatz Prague – image 1
      Camper-ParkTransit campsiteDog-friendly campingCamping with Wi-FiSmall campingCamping site

      Buliro Stellplatz Prague

      Praga, Prague, Czech Republic

        Wohnmobilstellplatz Siniwelt – image 1
        Camper-ParkCamping by the lakeTransit campsiteCamping by the cycle pathDog-friendly campingCamping with Wi-FiSmall campingCamping site

        Wohnmobilstellplatz Siniwelt

        Sinabelkichen, Styria, Austria

          PG Camper Park – image 1
          Campsite for people with disabilitiesSmall campingCamper-ParkCamping with a swimming poolCamping site

          PG Camper Park

          Gdańsk, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

            Kamper Park Bydgoszcz – image 1
            Camping by the cycle pathCamper-ParkSmall campingCamping site

            Kamper Park Bydgoszcz

            Bydgoszcz, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

              CamperPark - Parking Trabant – image 1
              Small campingCamper-ParkCamping with Wi-FiCamping site

              CamperPark - Parking Trabant

              Wieliczka, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

                Camper Park Bursaki – image 1
                Small campingCamping with a swimming poolCamping by the cycle pathCampsite for people with disabilitiesCamper-ParkCamping site

                Camper Park Bursaki

                Krosno, Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Poland

                  Camper Park - Rusin-Ski – image 1
                  Campsite for people with disabilitiesWinter campingCamper-ParkCamping in the mountainsCamping with Wi-FiCamping by the cycle pathCamping site

                  Camper Park - Rusin-Ski

                  Bukowina Tatrzańska, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland

                    Camper Park Lądek - Zdrój – image 1
                    Camper-ParkSmall campingCamping by the cycle pathCamping in the mountainsWinter campingCamping site

                    Camper Park Lądek - Zdrój

                    Lądek-Zdrój, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland

                      Camper Park - Stadion Wrocław – image 1
                      Camper-ParkCamping by the cycle pathSmall campingTransit campsiteCamping site

                      Camper Park - Stadion Wrocław

                      Wrocław, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Poland

                        Kamper Park Darłówko Wschodnie – image 1
                        Small campingCamper-ParkCamping site

                        Kamper Park Darłówko Wschodnie

                        Darłowo, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

                          Camper park - an alternative to "wild" accommodation

                          Camper park is a car park with amenities designed especially for motorhomes. On its premises, you can do camper-service: empty the gray and black water tank, empty the chemical toilet and replenish the supply of fresh water. There are power connections at the parking spaces designated for each vehicle. Sometimes camper parks also offer access to additional infrastructure: toilets or laundry.

                          Motorhome parking is a great alternative to overnight stay in the wild. Caravanning enthusiasts often admit that staying overnight in a public place, for example in a Travelers Service Area or on the edge of a forest, is more often a vigil than a rest. Unknown, open terrain and a large rotation of other travelers mean that, involuntarily, everyone is more vigilant.

                          Meanwhile, in camper parks you can really breathe, using a break in your journey to rest effectively. Their space is usually fenced, and the entry and exit are handled by reception staff or automatic gates. Fully automated car parks are popular especially in Western Europe. They work in a simple way: at the entrance gates, you only need to enter the date of arrival and departure, and then pay the appropriate fee. Instead, you get a magnetic card that allows you to operate the service station and activate access to electricity.

                          Camper parks in Poland

                          In Poland, the infrastructure for the basic motorhome service is developing more and more dynamically. A park camper is coming - more places of this type are created both near tourist attractions and at hotels or guesthouses. If you are planning a caravanning holiday with your family or friends, be sure to check out our base of car parks for motorhomes and plan your travel itinerary so that you can make the best use of your breaks. Camper parks make it easier!