Aktiv Camping, Imst, Austria

Aktiv Camping, Imst
  • Location and surroundings
  • On site facilities
  • Pricing and value for money (with ACSI)
  • Access for larger motorhomes - yes, but not too many pitches!


Good value stopover, member of the ACSI scheme in 2018.

User Review
3.5 (2 votes)

If you are travelling along this toll free route to Lake Garda, you may well require an en-route stopover. Aktiv Camping, Imst fits the bill just nicely. Being just a mile or so off the B189, you will be back on the road in no time! Aktiv Camping is not the most modern of sites, but does offer many facilities including:

Activ Camping

All grass pitches at Activ Camping.

  • All grass pitches. However, the ground is very firm
  • Electric hook up available
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Fresh water fill up
  • External hot water/pot wash
  • Toilets/showers
  • Bar area with pool table
  • Kids play area
Activ Camping Imst

This play area will keep the younger campers entertained

Approximately one mile from site, there is a large Interspar supermarket with pretty much everything you will require in the way of groceries. The town of Imst has a selection of shops and restaurants. There is a swimming pool and a sports centre close to the site.

Aktiv Camping – pricing

At certain times of year, the ACSI card is accepted. For other dates, please visit Aktiv Camping’s website.

For those visiting the duty free shopping town of Samnaun, allow one and a half hour for the journey to this “shoppers paradise!”. It’s approximately forty miles away.




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