Campsite Niegripper See

Campsite Niegripper See

Campsite Niegripper See

The picturesque lake known as "Niegripper See” is located 1km to the west of the town Burg in the “Külzauer Forst” nature reserve. The campside offers visitors the perfect setting to enjoy a large number of leisure and recreational activities.

The lake's waters currently cover an area of 120 hectare and are directly connected to the Elbe-Havel Canal (via a lock leading to the river Elbe) and the “Niegripper Altkanal” canal.

The campside Niegripper See offers activities such as motorboating, sailing, surfing, fishing and many more. The northern end of the lake is also home to a swimming area with a special section for non-swimmers that is particularly popular among children. Other attractions at the lake include a volleyball court, a children's playground and an educational nature trail. You can also explore Niegripper Lake by using one of a number of cycle routes surrounding its waters or by visiting the bird sanctuary area located along its south bank.

March 29th to October 3rd

Visitor pitches:

RV pitches:

Permanent pitches:

Adults € 6.50 per night*
Children (up to 13 years) 4.00 € per night*
Pet (dog/cat) 2.00 € per night*

Pitch fees:
Small tent  4,00 € per night*
trailer/camping bus/large tent 6,00 € per night*
Caravan/motorhome with car or large tent with car 8.50 € per night*
Car/boat trailer/boat 2.50 € per night*

Electricity 2.50 € per day*

* All prices may be subject to change, current information can be found at:

Facilities and special features

  • Dogs allowed
  • new sanitary installations
  • swimming in the lake
  • beer garden/snack bar
  • boat moorings
  • supply and disposal
  • children’s playground
  • volleyball ground

How to find the campside:

Campsite Niegripper See
burger Flaschenpost OHG
Gossel 24
D - 39288 Burg
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  • On the A2 motorway, take the exit marked "Lostau" and travel through Hohenwarthe and Niegripp in the direction of Burg. The lake is located 2km east of Niegripp on the other side of the “Altkanal” canal.