Camping Due Laghi, 3-38056 Levico Terme, Tel. +39 0461 706290
To Find Site:- From Trento on S47 leave at first exit for Levico Terme. The slip road brings you over the S47 where you turn right toward Levico and immediately left as though you were heading back onto the S47 but towards Trento. The campsite entrance in on the slip road and can be clearly seen.
Camping Due Laghi is situated on the edge of the Spa town, Levico Terme and is useful for a stop over or longer stay. The site has in the region of 400 pitches which are mainly for touring but there are also tour operators on site as well as some site owned units. All pitches are on grass with good shade. There are different categories of pitches some are larger and have water and waste disposal on the pitch and they also have electrical connections rated at 10amp compared to 6amp for the rest. The basic pitches vary in size but are generally good for size, its just a case of looking for one that suits you. If using Camping Cheques you can only use the basic pitches, however for a €6 per night surcharge you can upgrade. Electrical connections are via CEE17 plugs. There is one large central toilet block. In both male and female toilets there is a mix of English and Turkish style. The English toilets are seated but no paper provided. For between €4 and €8 (depending on season) you can hire a private bathroom. The site has a nice pool complex and also a play area for younger children. On site there is a small shop selling basics. There is a nice restaurant/bar. Internet access is available from either fixed terminals or a WiFi point near reception, rates are reasonable. The site own a small area of land with direct access to the lake which customers can use, its few hundred metres from the site. Date of visit early June 2009.
Within a short distance of the site is a small Netto style supermarket although there is a nicer quality one up in the town. There are possibilities for cycle rides from the site. There is information available on site for excursions further afield. Click on thumbnails below for a larger picture.