Camping at Lake Natterer

Camping am Natterer See

Camping at Lake Natterer

Only 8 km in the southwest of Innsbruck is the Natterer See international campsite on a sunny terrace. The small holiday complex at the campsite, in the middle of untouched nature, offers guests comfortable rooms and holiday apartments and a variety of activities for an eventful and relaxing holiday.

The beautiful lake with its huge water slide, many leisure and sports facilities as well as an extensive entertainment and animation program make the hearts of children and adults beat faster. Conveniently located on a good road network, it is the ideal starting point for excursions to other parts of Tyrol and to the state capital Innsbruck.

In winter, the nearby slopes are frequented by skiers and snowboarders. The cross-country ski trail leads directly past the campsite. Ice skaters, ice hockey players and curlers have fun on the frozen Natterer Lake. Dogs are not allowed in July and August;

PITCHES: with electricity, water and drainage connections, internet, telephone and television connections;

RENTAL PLACES: Mobile homes and rental caravans;

ACCOMMODATION: Comfortable rooms with shower/bath/WC, en-suite apartments with shower/WC for 2-5 people;

Catering: Cozy restaurant with terrace overlooking the lake, pizzeria, cafe-bar-bistro, takeaway, 3 pavilions over the water.

INFRASTRUCTURE:High-quality sanitary facilities, mini market, ski storage and drying room, fresh water supply and disposal station for mobile homes, car wash, guest refrigerator for freezing "ice packs", chapel. Private swimming lake, children's swimming area, giant water slide "Happy Swing", electric bumper cars "Splish Splash", water polo, water volleyball, "Aqua Jump" trampoline, Mistral "Windglider", "Surf bikes", Wild West Canoe, barbecue area, 3 playgrounds, TOPI children's club, beach volleyball, streetball, sports field, archery, tipi camp, outdoor chess, bicycle and mountain bike rental, pool billiards, games room, satellite TV, youth club, table tennis."

The charming village of Natters in the low mountain range south of Innsbruck has its own lake of the same name, the Natterer See, which is very popular in summer thanks to its beautiful surroundings and proximity to the state capital.

Mountains, meadows, forests - the area around Lake Natterer, a moor lake with very clean water that reaches up to 25°C in summer, offers everything you would expect in Tyrol. Accommodation is available at an award-winning campsite right on the lake with modern facilities and lots of activities for families.

Swimming is of course the number one water sport at Lake Natterer. Other attractions include water polo, water volleyball, canoeing and windsurfing as well as the famous Happy Swing, a huge 66m long slide into the water. The sporting theme continues on land with trampolines, table tennis, beach volleyball, tennis, badminton, streetball, boccia and a shooting range for crossbows, bows and arrows and air rifles.

Hungry after so much action? Then stop by the snack shop or the lakeside restaurant with bar, pizzeria and delivery service, which serves regional delicacies and international dishes in a cozy atmosphere or outdoors on the large terrace or in one of the romantic lakeside pavilions.

Swimming opportunities at Camping Natterer See

This luxury campsite is all about the lake. With numerous water sports activities and swimming opportunities, guests of all ages will spend their time in and around the beautiful Natterer Lake. Guests can enjoy many exciting activities including water trampolines, wobble bridges, swings and slides - perfect for children and teenagers. Other activities include a range of water adventures on boats and rafts.

Why should you camp here?

The beautiful location of this place offers ample opportunity for activity and relaxation. With its exceptional facilities, Lake Natterer offers a luxurious feeling that combines with the tranquility of the alpine atmosphere.

The English-speaking staff will warmly welcome you upon arrival and all guests will receive a card for free shuttle buses to the beautiful city of Innsbruck. The card also offers a free cable car ride, which is a perfect opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. You can also enjoy the mountain views from the sun terrace or while dining on the lakeside restaurant's terrace. There is a large bouncy castle on the lake for the children where they can swim and play.

For enthusiastic hikers, there are hiking trails that lead directly from the complex to Innsbruck and other villages. Attractions such as the Swarovski Crystal World and the Zillertalbahn are also very popular and easy to reach.

In the winter season there is a ski bus from the campsite to the local ski areas and a cross-country ski trail is accessible directly from the site.

All around

Tyrol, Bavaria, Zillertalbahn, Alpine Coaster, castles, museums, silver mines, horse riding, fishing, golf, fitness center, water sports, tennis, swimming pool, paragliding

Facilities at Camping Natterer See

Guests can expect first-class facilities with activities for all ages. For children, there is a dedicated kids' club with three playgrounds and group activities for teenagers. In addition, the course has numerous sports fields and courts with organized tournaments for individual, family or group games. Aside from the numerous lakeside facilities, guests should take advantage of the beautiful Alpine landscape for cycling and hiking trips. In the evenings there is live music and entertainment at and on the lake. Book your next camping holiday with a restaurant, bar and lakeside shops through Allcamps.

The area around Camping Natterer See

Aside from the lush alpine surroundings, guests can explore the Tyrol region with guided, free hikes with the Innsbruck Alpine School. For cultural excursions, Innsbruck is only 20 minutes away by car and offers castles, museums and shopping trips. Other highlights include a ride on the famous Zellertalbahn and a visit to Neuschwanstein Castle.

An Alpine paradise for hiking and cycling

Have you ever thought of trying alpine curling? Or rent a pedal boat and swim on the freshwater lake on your doorstep? Come to Lake Natterer and both are possible!

This alpine gem is a great place to bring your hiking boots or climb into the saddle and hike from one spectacular view to the next. Hiking and cycling trails lead directly from the park into the breathtaking surroundings. The lake is not just for adults. The area reserved for children has a 66 meter long water slide and a water trampoline! If you are hungry, you can visit the popular restaurant and terrace bar. For a little culture, visit the nearby Alpine capital of Innsbruck. The city is home to spectacular monuments dating back to the 15th century.

Why you will love this park

  • Follow a hiking or biking trail from the park
  • Try water sports on the park's lake
  • Take the free bus to the beautiful city of Innsbruck

Important information

  • Bed linen and towels can be rented. Please order your laundry at least one week before your departure.
  • Pitches: 80 m2 - 100 m2
  • In this park, the pitches for our holiday homes are semi-shaded and open, on a grassy area.
  • Cars are not allowed on the parking space.
  • Motorcycles are allowed on the park and on the parking space
  • There is no charge for additional vehicles
  • Dogs are allowed in the following accommodations:


  • This park is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible accommodations are only available in select parks, please check before booking.
  • The following areas of the park are wheelchair accessible:
  • Bar
  • Pool area
  • Reception
  • Restaurant
  • Sanitary facilities
  • Business
  • There are disabled-accessible toilets on site

Our 'Know Before You Go' travel tips

It has never made more sense to drive to the continent. Lake Natterer is located in the west of Austria and there are numerous sights to visit on the way there.

Are you from the north of England? Make the trip a real part of your vacation and take the tour! From Calais you drive to Belgium and Luxembourg and then take the super-fast German motorways to arrive in Natterer See after 1071 km. On the way back you can vary the landscape and return via Strasbourg and eastern France (approx. 1064km).

Please note that your accommodation in the park is available from 3 p.m. on the day of arrival.

France has introduced driving bans in Paris and some other cities; You should show a Crit'Air sticker, otherwise you will face a fine. Click here for more info.

More time on the ferry or more time on the road? When comparing the different route options, please remember to take highway tolls and fuel costs into account.