Camping at Haiming

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Camping at Haiming

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Hi
We've booked our campsite at Bourg, with help from UKRGB, Thanks. Can you now help us to find a nice quiet campsite in or near Haiming, Austria. It's years since I've been and we always use to stay at Landeck, Footsies, but this time we want to stay near Haiming.


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I don't know it, but this would seem to be the main one: http://www.haiming.at/main/EN/HA/SO/suc ... index.html

There's a couple of campsites just up the valley in Oetz as well.

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Second what Matt said - http://www.camping-oberland.at/en/index.php

Stayed there last year. Apart from 1 night where a german football team decended upon the campsite, it was really quiet. We were probably the loudest ones most of the time.

The american themed bar right outside the campsite, oilers, is only too happy to set you up with a tab the second you walk into the place. Oops!

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Mark Mulrain wrote:Second what Matt said - http://www.camping-oberland.at/en/index.php

Stayed there last year. Apart from 1 night where a german football team decended upon the campsite, it was really quiet. We were probably the loudest ones most of the time.

The american themed bar right outside the campsite, oilers, is only too happy to set you up with a tab the second you walk into the place. Oops!
Another vote for Oilers 69 which does amazing burgers and food . The American cars are fun too.. and have a trip to area 47 if you can for a fun afternoon off.

http://www.area47.at/en

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Area47 is so much fun! It's in this vid, about half way through


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The only campsite in Haiming is Camping Oberland. It´s a good one but isn´t cheap and not the nicest location (a long way from the river although only a 2 minute stagger from Oilers bar).

You could try The Nature Resort in Oetz. It is in a beautifully quiet location alongside the classic lower Oetztaler Ache run but centrally in town, meaning a very short walk for bars, restaurants and ice creams. They have a guesthouse and chalet type accommodation, but have also just purchased a piece of land (the old Oetz campsite) and may allow you to camp and use their great facilities. They are the same company as Feelfree Rafting in Haiming so speak very good english.

Be sure to check out the newly modified wave on the Inn river in SIlz. Here you´ll also find our new Paddle and Surf shop. Drop by if you need any gear or just fancy a coffee and a chat. Hopefully next year we´ll also be able to offer camping facilities here directly next to the wave.

There´s also a nice campsite in the small village of Stams, a couple of village´s further towards Innsbruck. It´s again quite far from the river but a beautiful spot.

Have a great trip!
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Hi Guys
Thanks for the info. Think we may just wait till we arrive and see what we can find.


Thanks

Lloyd
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