For more than fifty years the campground has been welcoming tourists from all over Europe.

The nearest campground to the town of Lazise

Camping Village Du Parc on the shores of Lake Garda next to the village of Lazise, is a long-established family-run campground-resort. For more than fifty years it has welcomed travellers from all over Europe for memorable holidays in the natural surroundings of the lake.

View of Lazise from around 1835 by the artist Domenico Macanzoni, a well-known Veronese painter (1803-1873).

Camping Village Du Parc has been part of the history of the town of Lazise ever since it opened in 1964.  Originally covering just 45,000 square metres of land, the campground was part of the garden of the medieval castle of Lazise, one of the major attractions of the area.

In the 1970s the first masonry (i.e. permanent) bungalows with bathrooms were built. In the early 2000s, the first services and amenities were added.  Today the Camping Village Du Parc covers 65 thousand square metres of land. It has increased its guest capacity and now offers a wide range of services and luxury accommodation catering to all types of guests.

The entrance to the campground in the 1960s and 1970s
The beach in the 1960s and 1970s

The campground today