This camp in Dolánky is situated in an ideal location in the Bohemian Paradise, with the River Jizera on one side and Dlaskův statek farm on the other, which is run by Turnov Museum and offers a cultural outing to see Turnov-type folk architecture from the end of the 18th century, of which the farm is a perfect example. The timbered Dlaskův statek farm with its typical Jizera folded gable and porch has been a national heritage site since 2010. The camp is also ideal as a starting point for trips into the surrounding area. Places to visit include Rohozec Chateau or the Vranov rock castle. More actively-minded types can hire scooters for trips around the surrounding area, or boats, rafts and kayaks to sail down the Jizera. You can also take a trip to the nearby Dry Rocks, which are a very popular destination for rock climbers from far and wide. In the town of Turnov, just a few kilometres from the camp, you can buy groceries and other things you need for your trips.
The camp offers accommodation in tents, in caravans or in mobile homes. The camp also has a large car park, which provides plenty of parking spaces for everyone staying there.
The camp also has sanitary facilities and showers with hot running water. There is also wooden seating, a children’s playground with climbing frames, a sandpit and a swing, with refreshments available in the local buffet, which offers fast food, breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as well as countless draught and bottled drinks. The camp is by the side of the new Greenway Jizera cycle trail, where you can ride your own bike or can hire one of our highly popular KOSTKA scooters. Lovers of in-line skating will also be in their element here. The local sports centre can carry out minor repairs on bikes and scooters, such as punctures.