Camp for €19,- a night at Campsite Bled in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite Bled, located in Bled, is a campsite with 280 touring pitches and 4 year round pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-04-2018 - 15-06-2018 and 10-09-2018 - 14-10-2018. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
This well run campsite is 3 km from the centre of Bled and only separated from the lake at Bled by a road that is not very busy. The site has excellent toilet facilities, also for children. Wonderful opportunities for walking in the area.
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Average rating: 7.8Add a review
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
This site has improved tremendously going by previous reviews. There are now plenty of hard standings and new electric hook up points. A third toilet block was being finished when we stayed. The shower blocks have underfloor heating. The restaurant serves good food and has an excellent choice of beer, according to my husband! A new decked area facing the lake with ice cream bar should be open on April 30th. Shop has good range of food etc and bread man visits every morning.Endorse all previous positive comments especially location.
Beautiful setting and quite handy - hired a rowing boat to go to Bled island near site entrance, as was the tourist train. A 6 km walk takes you round the lake and the gorge is a short cycle ride away, so excellent location with loads to do. Yes the pitches tend to be a little muddy and it\'s a long stretch to the electric boxes. Supermarket good as was the site restaurant - helpful and friendly waiter!
My only gripe is the addition of a \"registration fee\". Have noticed this at a couple of sites this year and it looks more like an excuse to bring the headline price within the ACSI scheme whilst still screwing more cash out of campers. Unimpressed!
as stated a good site for yhe location . its the only one on lake bled however drainage is an issue. we arrived in rain and as said before it floods. there\'s a stream one side and tue ground has a high water table. power outlets are spread about so you need long leads . Having said that its a great clean site all toilet blocks open . It is mid sept so the site has been used a lot and just had a huge rowing competition. The site just needs some tweeking to be 5 star.
Stayed two nights, en route from Croatia. Bled very popular, so traffic through to site very busy. Site also busy, pitches very rutted from previous bad weather although rock solid after a heatwave! Sanitary facilities good but hot water often tepid, didn\'t matter too much in the heat! Walk round lake lovely and walk from close by up to high viewpoint tough but worthwhile for the view. As said many pitches needed v long cables and some pitches tight for larger outfits.
Loved the location of this site. We had pitch 244 up at the back of the site and as it had rained a lot in previous week it was very dry, also it was close to toilets but you need a extension cable for electrics. Be aware it is almost .5 mile to supermarket and shop all downhill and uphill on way back. Site was busy all the time we were there, very popular place as world rowing competition was happening. It just needed a couple of more toilet/shower blocks to make it 5 star.
Lovely here but don\'t follow your sat nav, follow the main road! The site has valley views and sits on scenic side of Lake Bled with delightful 30min walk around lakeside in either direction to access Bled. Excellent walks and rides from site itself. Easy to walk to Bled castle and 16k round walk to Vintgar Gorge. Warning- very boggy pitches when we were there!
It had been raining before our arrival and consequently a large section of the site was out of use and the part in use was also muddy in places. Choose your pitch with care! It\'s also not really clear where the pitches are.
Lovely location in a wooded valley, with beautiful walks and bike rides either way round the lake to Bled. Bike hire is available on site apparently. Good shade from trees is available throughout the site.
The toilet and shower facilities are quite new and were kept very clean whilst we were there, though there was a shortage of hot water for showers.
Even in May it was pretty busy and late arrivals had a restricted choice of mud-free pitches.
We visited the castle, but were not over-impressed other than with the views.
In short: well worth staying here for the fantastic scenery and walks/rides (and local speciality, Bled cream slice!)
This would be an excellent site with just a few tweaks - more hard standing for caravans and motorhomes, the ground does not readily drain from the rain which seems quite frequent. The power is supply is excellent but the placing of electricity boxes is not always helpful. We had to pitch on the part of the site furthest from the lake as the front area was too soft, looked like newly seeded grass, the toilet blocks were closed so finding a pitch that wasn\'t too muddy and our cables would reach was a challenge. Better internet speed than home and free! The lake is beautiful. We felt the boat to the island was expensive but did climb up to the castle where you have pay entrance to get a view! There is plenty to see around the castle so not too much of a rip off. Vintgar Gorge is a short drive or one stop on the train and well worth a visit.
This is quite a large campsite. We arrived after a lot of rain which meant half the campsite was out of use due to soft ground. You need long electric cables. We enjoyed our stay. The lake is beautiful and Bled is a pretty little town. The castle was ok but only ok.
Campsite spread out along a wooded valley rising up from the western end of lake Bled. Pitches on different levels give it a somewhat jumbled, informal feel, especially at the end furthest from the lake, although actually it is well planned and each pitch is numbered (albeit not very clearly). If rain is expected (we had it in abundance), avoid pitches that look prone to flooding and bogginess. The facilities block we used seemed quite new, and were kept clean, but broken lights in one part of the block were not repaired during our stay. Friendly, helpful reception staff, large restaurant (which we didn\'t use) and a decent shop at the entrance. The walk around Lake Bled is lovely - approx 4 miles.
- Period of opening
- 01-04-2018 till 15-10-2018
- 6 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 280 (90 - 200m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Water and toilet facilities
Washing, washing-up, cooking
Food, drink and groceries
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Sports and play
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Address & Route
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4260 / Bled
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From A2/E61 take exit 3, then drive via Bled along the lake towards Bohinjska Bistrica. Turn right after 1.5 km. You will reach the campsite after about 1 km. Route is clearly signposted.
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