Welcome to "Am
Krakower See" campsite
Whether you want to go cycling, horse riding, hiking,
bathing, fishing, sailing or surfing, or just enjoy the art and culture - our
gorgeous, ethnic scenery offers sheer relaxation any number of ways to
You're led from place to place by the
endless shady tunnels of the ancient tree-lined avenues. Massive megaliths - witnesses to
the early history of this region - are just waiting to be discovered. Extensive
woodlands, meadows and pastures, increasingly rare moorlands, flora and fauna
point to our unspoiled countryside.
Romantic little manors and castle enchant with the
glamour of days gone by and bear witness to the fact that our ancestors already
well appreciated the lovely charms of the
Our scenery, formed in the Ice Age, with its wet
areas, moors and wide expanses of woodland and water, is home to many species of
plant and animal. The watercourses are nesting grounds for the rare white-tailed
eagle and a veritable paradise for countless waterfowl, otters and beavers.
Storks on the stubble fields, cranes and resting bird flocks on their way to the
sunny south or the far north are an impressive natural spectacle. And huge areas
are protected by nature and landscape conservation orders to make sure it stays
There are numerous well-signposted cycle and hiking
trails inviting you to discover and experience the distinctive scenery. Perhaps
you'll take a look at the beautiful old tree-lined avenues as they captivate you
with their play of light and shadows.
As well as the green hills and dense woods, glistening
lakes characterise the view of this distinctive countryside. The broad expanses
of water of the large lakes are ideal for paddling, sailing and surfing. Or
discover the countless hidden little lakes, just great for bathing.
areas and jetties scattered along the watercourse paths offer plenty of
opportunities for interrupting your trip when you feel like
Anyone just wanting to relax will use one of the
modern passenger boats for a round trip on the lakes and enjoy the wonderful
The waterways, with their astonishing abundance of fish, are an
angler's paradise. The cosy fish restaurants are recommended for fish fans,
which of course know how to prepare undreamt-of culinary delights as well as
plain hearty fare.
Motor sport enthusiasts meet up in Malchin and for the
Bergring race in Teterow. Holidaymakers, visitors and locals are bound to
encounter one another at one of the innumerable traditional folk festivals and
craft fairs in the idyllic little towns and villages.
A very hearty welcome!
We look forward to seeing