The campsite in Mostkovice is situated in close proximity to the Plumlov Dam.
It offers accommodation in double, triple, quadruple or quintuple cabins. The total capacity of the campsite is 360 places, of which 122 are in cabins. In the double cabins you can choose from two options - the larger cabin provides not only beds but also a table and chairs, wardrobe and shoe cabinet. The smaller cabins are equipped with beds and a smaller table and chairs. The larger cabins are similarly equipped. For larger groups, a suitable alternative is the 5+4 hut, which can be divided into two parts or can be a walk-through hut.
The campsite also now offers accommodation in the Malt House; a cottage that is equipped with its own bathroom, kitchen or lounge, and offers 4 beds. All chalets include bed linen. The chalets are located in the camping area, which is also guarded overnight by a security agency.
Camping and caravans If you are a fan of camping, you can choose a place to pitch your tent outside the cabin area. If you choose to visit with a caravan, you can use the pitches near the boxes with electric hook-ups.
Sanitary facilities The sanitary facilities, located in the camping area, are shared by all guests, with a ladies' and gents' section. The facility provides washrooms, showers and toilets.
Refreshments The site also offers refreshment facilities, which are open daily from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm. Breakfast is also offered. Cooking is also possible for campers in the kitchen, but you must have your own utensils. There are several other refreshment options around the campsite.
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