You may wonder if we provide electricity in our camps. Of course, we do! There are some things to keep in mind, though.

What's the deal with electricity?

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Eva Cholevíková Eva Cholevíková

You may wonder if we provide electricity in our camps. Of course, we do! There are some things to keep in mind, though.

Your small devices can be charged by our power banks. You can get them at the reception for a 20 euro deposit in cash. You can exchange the empty power banks for full ones as many times as you want for this fee. Once you are done using the power bank, you can just return it at the reception and you will get your deposit back.

There is also a standard 230 V socket available within the communal area. You can charge your devices under our communal tent while eating, drinking or just enjoying some quality time with your group of friends. The sockets are placed right under the tables.

The power sockets we use are of type F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz, identical to most European countries.
This socket also works with plugs C and E if it has an additional pinhole.

Guests who have booked a camping pitch on our website also had the option of booking an extra electrical power supply. Without booking it, there is no electricity available for your camping pitch! Please note that all camping spaces with electricity connections are located next to each other, ensuring a consistent distribution throughout the area. 

As a result, it is not possible to have some spaces with electricity and others without.

The availability of electricity in your camping space depends on your booking. Each electrical connection provides a power of 1.2 kW.

The electrical power supply is per pitch, so make sure that you have booked it for each pitch in your reservation. Keep in mind you'll also have to bring your own extension cord – at least 25 metres long – to be able to plug it into the power supply box.

The policy at our campsite prohibits the use of personal generators!

We also send out a Survival guide a few days before your arrival. Check your inbox for any spam as well, as the email might get lost there. Please read the Survival guide carefully – it contains all the information, including which socket you need to plug your campervan into our electrical power boxes. 

There is no electricity provided in our pre-build tents due to fire and safety regulations, so please bear that in mind when you pack your necessities for your stay with us.


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Eva Cholevíková
Eva Cholevíková

Eva is a working student who likes to travel, eat, read, write and dance. She’s into photography, played the saxophone in high school and studies two universities – she’s going to be a master in political science and an engineer in regional development. She’s been camping almost every summer since she was 5 years old. Eva lives with her boyfriend in Brno and they constantly argue which F1 team is better.