We stayed for a week in a Superior Roam Accommodation To be honest accommodation was disappointing, lodge had great air conditioning in living room but no heating in the bedrooms Quilts were very thin BellaCamp was great, children up to 10 years old loved the quads and all children had great fun in the Bumper Boats, the man in charge of the area was really good with the children, very patient with my 4 hyperactive grandchildren lol We took a day trip by train to Verona, highly recommended. The Roman Gladiator Arena is very special
So much to say, great for family and couples. This location can be extremely crowded. We camped with our RTT (roof top tent). I suggest arriving as early as possible as people leave and/or move during their stay and you cannot reserve a pitch (a downfall here, some would often pay more for these better pitches or being next to friends). NO FREE WIFI - 1euro per hour per device - however it did not seem advertised this way - we needed it for a few work related things - most do not have to have WiFi but for us it was necessary. Sanitary Toilets, Washing area, Sinks, changing rooms with sinks, baby rooms, showers with SPACE to change, ALWAYS CLEAN!!! A few times during our two week stay we needed to adjust our shower times for warm water but most often if we avoided peak hours we had hot water with nice water pressure. We washed and dried our own clothes, machines cost five euro a load each machine and were not efficient enough for our liking. Plenty of trees to use for drying clothes lines and hammocks. Mostly sand/rocks, stakes went in with ease and most held strong enough that it was tough to remove them. We recommend Friburgo street for camping as it was our pick and favorite, close to WC, Restaurant, Market(s) but quiet enough for us and lake view. The store had EVERYTHING we could have ever needed for the time we spent. The fresh veggie stand was excellent and they had a few additional shops to buy things for the lake and pool. Pools were great here! Perfect temps, perfect for kids big or small - bring a swim cap or buy them there for around 2euro. Live music played behind the main restaurant nightly during our stay. Main restaurant staff was mostly pleasant, we had one guy that wasn’t as excited to wait on our table of eight but other times we visited our staff was superb! Bike rides to and from Peschiera del Garda, Lazise, Sirmione, Borghetto, Gardaland, were rather easy to do on our own. We did research other options for public transportation - taking the main bus from down town PdGarda up to Lazise, or all the way up to Malcesine seemed easy as well (19 euro one way for a family of four to Malcesine and around 9 euro one way for 4 to Lazise via bus). We definitely recommend swimming in the lake as the water is chest high for around 50 yards out into the water, nice for child’s play and floats. Water shoes are recommended. We had friends buy floats onsite and in Sirmione that were non refundable and had problems holding air - bring your own. I recommend getting fresh bread from the market but the line gets long so keep that in mind and plan ahead. Gelato here near the Take Away Bella was excellent and a must have during hot summer days. The little tram costs about 3euro for an adult to take one way to Peschiera del Garda and offers a round trip price ticket as well - pickups nearly every 30 mins to an hour from the main restaurant and market area of the park, great bonus as when you leave the campsite with bikes or on foot it is a big hill to go into town and/or return from town. Camp has quiet hours 11pm-7am and again 1300-1500. Those seem well respected, but there is a LOT of movement in this campsite at 7am and throughout the entire day with trucks coming and going to those market stores and or trash pick up. 6:50am -7am daily we heard glass shattered as it was being thrown into the dumpsters a few streets over - I do not know if this was an employee or someone staying in the camp while we were or not - but that was super frustrating, probably our only complaint besides the WiFi not being included. I would love to say that I highly recommend this location but if you are like us and only on bike because our vehicle is our sleeper - I do not recommend you staying here, go stay someplace more centralized for getting around to sight see other places on the lake. However, if you are someone who enjoys all in one site entertainment, pools, lake, kids club, food, this would be the perfect location. For us specifically we prefer to explore around the region as well as enjoy the site amenities. We struggled to go explore the towns that were much farther away than we anticipated and because the lake is split by three different states, this made the public transportation a bit more challenging to understand as an outsider. …
Our friends invited us here, they had a lodge in the camping. This place is very family orientated, a lot of attractions for kids, some markets, bars and restaurants inside their perimeter too. It’s the perfect place for whom wants to get in, stay in, and only leave at the end of the holidays. On the other hand, we weren’t this type of customers. In our opinion, the bedrooms were quite small for 4 adults (apparently the lodges could host up to 6/8 people). Also, WiFi is not available in the lodges, therefore you’d need to use it either at the reception or at the bars. On top of it, it’s not free... that’s really weird for a 5 star camping. Enjoyed our stay, no doubt on that, just a bit surprised by the missing services.
The campsite is so beautiful. You can walk straight to the lake and there are lots of pools. The animation is also perfect, the people from the animation team are all very friendly. there were many offers from the animation team. In the morning there was a great stretching and then a fitness program. There was also Aquagüym twice a day. The children could also be looked after by the mini club that takes place twice a day and, they do everyday different things there.In the evening there was a successful mini disco for the children and for the adults there was a show after the mini disco so there is something for everyone and you always have fun.:)
We rented a small apartment in the camping, which is in a great location (half way between Verona and Venice)... if you are not planning to spend much time in the camp itself, then I guess it’s Ok... but the accommodations are super simple and the need some serious maintenance