Address and contact
  • Season www.gacka.hr
  • Surface: 0,5
  • Capacity: 150

The camping rest area Otočac is situated in the homonymous town in the heart of the Lika region, just 10 minutes’ drive from the A1 motorway connecting Dalmatia to the continental part of the Republic of Croatia.

Guests have at their disposal spacious and equipped pitches, a multipurpose building with sanitary facilities and a shower room, a camper service, and Wi-Fi internet, while an automated machine charges the cost, so the time of your arrival and departure in the camping rest area is not limited.

It is an ideal place for a rest during the trip, but also for a multi-day exploration of this part of Lika, a region filled with many sights and attractions. The most notable ones are the Gacka River and the Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is located only 60 kilometers from the camping rest area. In addition, at just 30 kilometers west from the campsite, there is an entrance to the Northern Velebit National Park.

Overview

Overview

Camping Otočac Camper stop

Campsite profile

  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 2,6 km
  • Internet coverage min. 80%

Pitches

  • Pitches: 50
  • Pitches with electricity, fresh water connection and sewerage 
  • Motorhome area with electric hook-up: 32

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks 
  • Camper service
Google Map

Google Map

Places of interest

Otočac The town of Otočac is situated in the very heart of Lika, a region rich in natural attractions, of which the national parks of Plitvice Lakes and Northern Velebit are particularly prominent.  (More »)
Plitvička jezera - National Park The Plitvice Lakes National Park was among the first in the world, in 1979, to be declared a world heritage by UNESCO.  (More »)
Senj The town of Senj is known as a tourist destination in which visitors can enjoy the sea and the mountains in the same day. It is the largest town on the road between Rijeka and Zadar.  (More »)
Sjeverni Velebit - National Park North Velebit (Sjeverni Velebit) is the youngest of the Croatian national parks, established in 1999. It comprises the most attractive and, in terms of nature, the most valuable areas of the northern part of Velebit.  (More »)