Camping Lago Maggiore

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Camping Lago Maggiore

Lake Maggiore translates to Greater Lake and is located between Italy and Switzerland in the Alps. It crosses the regions of Piedmont, Lombardy, and Ticino. It's long stretching for over 40 miles and though there are cabins, hotels, and guest houses, most people come to the region to camp in the beautiful mountainous surroundings. During the summer, hiking and biking can be done along the mountain paths, while the winter sees snowy activities like cross country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. There are also some pretty local villages and towns to explore nearby.
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Campeggio Royal  * * *

The Campeggio Royal is a spectacular campground set over 15 hectares of private land. It's has 60 marked pitches available for tents, motorhomes, and caravans which are all spacious and enjoy stunning views of the mountainous landscape. It is open most of the year and shuts between the very winter months of December and February. Pets are permitted at the campsite, so feel free to bring your dogs! If you don't want to camp, then they offer caravans and mobiles homes for rent which are fully equipped with double rooms and private bathrooms. Onsite, there are plenty of things to keep you busy which include an outdoor swimming pool, a football field, a children's playground, a library with book exchange, a fully stocked grocery store with all the provisions you could need, and a shuttle service between the local towns. The washroom blocks are clean and well maintained, and offer hot showers, well needed after a hike or bike in the mountains. During the summer months, the staff at the campsite put on summer entertainment including live music and games. Prices start from US $40 per pitch per night.

Also read about: Camping La Pergola

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Camping Village Conca d'Oro * * *

This beautiful camping ground is located on the shores of Lake Maggiore. It's got 250 grassy pitches available which come in different sizes depending on whether you want to camp, or park up your caravan or motorhome. Some are naturally shaded, while others have located in the sunshine overlooking the lake. The campsite is characterized by forests of maple trees, birch trees, and ash trees, making it wonderfully scenic. If you don't want to camp in a small portable tent, you can rent one of the glamping safari style canvas tents which are pre erected before you arrive so you can settle right in. The campsite is particularly good for children as there is plenty of space to run around and explore in a safe environment. Guests can go swimming in the lake or use the heated outdoor swimming pool. It's located on a huge half kilometre strip along the lake, so you can enjoy views over the waters all day long. Prices start from US $40 per pitch per night.

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Campsite Lago Maggiore * * *

The Campsite Lago Maggiore is large with more than 180 pitches available for tents, campervans, and caravans spread across 5 hectares. They are all large measuring in around 70 square metres. The campsite is suitable for those with disabilities. If you don't want to camp, the site has a further 92 cabins which come complete with bedrooms and double or twin beds, kitchenettes, living spaces, and a private bathroom. Guests are permitted to bring your dogs, though they will need to be kept on a lead. On site, you can use the outdoor swimming pool, shallow toddlers' pool, or use the sun loungers. If you want a more natural setting, you can swim in the cool lake, walking straight in from the sandy beach. On Lago Maggiore, you can take part in many of the watersports including windsurfing and water skiing, during the summer months. Guests are welcome to book up camp meals on the barbecues, or alternatively visit the onsite restaurant to buy simple but delicious local fare. The campsite delivers freshly baked bread and pastries each morning, and has internet access throughout the site. The site costs US $35 per pitch per night.

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Campsite La Quiete * *

The quiet and secluded Campsite La Quiete is located in Fondotoce right on the mouth of a river that runs of Lake Maggiore. It's large, with over 180 grassy pitches available on almost 3 hectares of private land, but there is plenty of space for privacy. Some of the pitches have shade, while others are situated out under the sun. They are available for tents, campervans, and motorhomes. If you don't want to camp, you can stay in one of the 15 cabins which are complete with bedrooms, kitchenettes, private bathrooms with hot showers, and a private terrace with outdoor furniture. Pets are permitted at the camping ground, so feel free to bring your dogs, though you will need to keep them on a lead. Guests can go swimming in the outdoor pool or the lake itself, go hiking or biking along the mountain trails, take part in water sports like kayaking or wind surfing, or use the onsite sports grounds or children's playground. Guests are welcome to cook up their own camp meals on barbecues, or buy hot food from the restaurant. You can also purchase freshly baked bread each morning and use the internet throughout the site. Pitches cost US $35 per pitch per night and it is open all year round.

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Campsite Isolino * * *

The Campsite Isolino is located in Fondotoce, right next to Lake Maggiore. With all the facilities on offer, it is one of the best camping grounds in the area to bring families with children. Its huge with a staggering 440 grassy pitches available for tents, campervans, and motorhomes. Some of these are shaded and provide electricity. However, all of them are located near to the sandy beach on the shores of the lake. If you don't want to camp, you can stay in one of the sites cabins or bungalows which are comfortable, inexpensive, and feature bedrooms, living rooms, private bathrooms with hot showers, and private terraces with outdoor furniture. Dogs are allowed as long as they are kept on a lead. Other than hiking, biking, and taking part in many of the water sports on and around the lake there is plenty at the actual site to keep you and the kids busy. Use the large outdoor swimming pools which come complete with water slides, play tennis, or use the gym. There are several restaurants and bars on site which have delicious Italian meals and hot takeaway food to take back to your camp. You can also cook up your own camp meals on the barbecues. Internet access is available on most parts of the site. A pitch here costs around US $35 per night.

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