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  • Season I-XII
  • Surface: 0,3
  • Capacity: 78
  • Accommodation rental

The camping rest area Sabljaci is located next to the picturesque Lake Sabljaci, 4 km from the center of Ogulin. It is only a short drive from the A1 motorway, the main road that connects the Croatian inland with its coast. Visitors can rest here from a long trip or take a few days to relax in this quiet area where 18 pitches equipped with electricity, water and drainage are available.

There is a sanitary block with two family bathrooms and a space for emptying chemical toilets. The grill area includes a large barbecue and a green area for playing while free Wi-Fi is available too.

Lake Sabljaci provides many opportunities for an active holiday: from fishing (fishing licenses can also be bought at the campsite), swimming, SUP, windsurfing to walking and cycling. The local gastronomy can be experienced in the nearby town of Ogulin.



Camping Sabljaci Camper Stop

Campsite profile

  • On a lake
  • Dogs/Cats allowed
  • Town centre: 4 km
  • Internet coverage min. 80%


  • Pitches: 26
  • Pitches with electricity, fresh water and connection for waste water: 26
  • Pitches with Internet connection: 26

Sanitary facilities

  • Sanitary blocks: 2
  • Family bathrooms: 2
  • Toilets for disabled persons
  • Hot water washbasin
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Dog washing area
  • Discharge for chemical WC
  • Camper service
  • Showers on the beach
Supplies & leisure

Supplies & leisure

Sport, recreation & leisure

  • Children’s playground
  • Multipurpose court
  • Bicycles for hire
  • Boats for hire


  • Common grill area
  • Barrier-Free beach
  • Beach for dogs: 0,2 km
  • Dispensary: 4 km
  • Gas canister sales: 4 km
Rental facilities

Rental facilities


Tents for rent: 2

Google Map

Google Map

Places of interest

Ogulin Located at the foot of the mountain Klek, Ogulin represents an ideal starting point for attractive hiking and walking tours while at the nearby lake Sabljaci there are many possibilities to try water sports.  (More »)