Leisure paradise Stubenbergsee
With its 40 hectares of water, the Stubenbergsee is one of the largest and warmest bathing lakes in the country. The banks are completely unobstructed, which means that bathers have individual spaces available. Whether on the lively east beach with “Seestern”, “Beach Bar” and diving rocks; on the family beach "Strandbad" with sandy beach and sunken pirate ship or on the south bank, where quiet places can be found - the Stubenbergsee is an ideal area for sport and leisure. The 3 km long circular route attracts runners, walkers and skaters. An electric ship can accommodate up to 60 excursion passengers, who can view the banks from the water in a one-hour tour. Two amusement parks offer fun and games for young and old.Climbing park, Segway rental and pedal boats can also be used outside the bathing season. A number of restaurants and kiosks are located on the lake, catering for all culinary needs, from fine dinners to quick snacks. A 4-star Seehotel, several 3-star establishments and the JUFA are available for overnight guests.
Boat trip on Lake Stubenberg During an approx. one-hour boat trip you will learn informative facts about the region around Lake Stubenberg. In the summer months (July and August) the boat trip is free of charge for day guests with a valid lake admission ticket from 4 pm! Boat moorings: -Stonis Steirer Platzl -Cafe Seestern More detailed information can be found on site at the boat landing stages. Excursions for groups of 20 people or more (from mid-May to early October) can be booked at the ApfelLand - Stubenbergsee tourist office by calling +43 (0) 3176 / 8882 or email@example.com with advance notice. Cost per person € 3.50 Under 20 persons a flat rate of € 70,- will be charged. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
For reasons of hygiene, dogs are not permitted anywhere in the lake area! (Except for assistance dogs with appropriate identification).
The Stubenbergsee is open all year round. Admission is free with the GenussCard from March to October. Parking Fees: All parking spaces around the Stubenbergsee are subject to a fee (except for disabled people § 29b) Parking tickets can be paid for (with coins or bank card) at 25 machines around the lake. Parking tariffs (for multi-lane vehicles): 1 hour: € 1.20 2 hours: € 2.40 Day ticket: € 3,- The annual parking ticket costs € 28.00 (for season ticket holders € 25,-) and is available in the webshop and in the lake administration: Phone: +43 (0) 03176 / 8884 firstname.lastname@example.org