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Western Camp Resort

ul.Oswiecimska 35, Zator 32-640 Poland
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 16/02/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
Updated 16/02/21 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


Western Camp is a unique village in the Wild West style, located near the largest theme park in Poland EnergyLandia in the picturesque Zator. For our guests we have prepared loads of attractions, as well as comfortable accommodation in cottages, teepees or cowboy cars. Our facility is dedicated mainly to families with children who w
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ul.Oswiecimska 35, Zator 32-640 Poland
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Lee Boofle W wrote a review 5 Sep
Castleford, United Kingdom115 contributions114 helpful votes
We booked the Western Camp as a last minute decision to go away for a few days after seeing it in a Vlog on YouTube. The price we paid was typical summer holiday prices that were more expensive that should have been......thats what you get for this time of year. The camp is about 45 mins South by UBER from Krakow airport. You can't miss the camp it's well themed from the outside. We got there mid morning so no queue to check in and our Wagon was ready without having to wait. They give you a padlock key to get into the wagon which is attached to a padlock going through the zips and onto a latch for security when you are out. The Wagons are small with either double bunk beds or a single double bed. All towels and wash cloths are provided and all the accommodation have electricity and Air conditioning. As we booked last minute we could only get a bunked wagon. The mattresses in the wagons and teepees are very shallow and firm which made sleeping very uncomfortable for myself being a big lad. I managed 2 nights in the wagon and had to ask of we could be moved into a wagon with a double bed as I was really cramped in the bunks. They found us a teepee for the next night which was bigger and had a double bed although the same hard mattress. The teepees are on ground level so be prepared for possible bug invasion! 😆 The resort is set around a lake and as such there were mosquitos and boy did they like me! To this day I still have the bites healing on my ankles! So take some insect repellent or anti itch cream for the bites. The resort its self Is fantastically themed and we really enjoyed the surrounding look of wagons, teepees and sheriff huts. There's a big outdoor screen for night movies (in polish) There is one toilet block for each section of the resort and for the most part were kept clean and tidy. The showers are single use and we're prone to flooding. The bar and restaurant was really superb. The food and drinks cheaper than anything in the uk and the food for a hotel/camp resort was pretty damn good. A really nice selection of fresh pizzas and traditional polish food and drink at good quality and large portions. We really enjoyed the polish sour soup in bread bowl. Outside there are some fire pits that can be rented with food to cook on. We didn't try this. When it came to breakfast we had issues. There simply are not enough tables if the resort Is full and everyone goes at the same time. Due to covid rules the buffet was being served by the restaurant team and took on average 30 mins to get to the front of the line to be served! This was the same for any drinks as that station was also being served by restaurant team. The selection of food was vast with lots of hot and cold options of British and polish foods. Our other gripe for this trip was the noise level at night. If your not in a sheriff hut you are in teepees and wagons with no noise barrier to others! This made the resort very loud and you will be getting no sleep until gone midnight as you can hear the cinema, other campers screaming, laughing and shouting until the early hours. There is no phone in the accommodations so to complain about noise you have to get dressed and go to reception or the security gate. Energylandia is a 15 min walk from the resort or a free Dotto Train from reception. FYI. There are not many food options outside of the Camp or Energylandia as you are in the middle of the countryside but you do have a small shopping area at the back of the resort with a supermarket, chemist and a Rossmans (Polish Superdrug) UBER! if you have an early flight home don't expect to order UBER in the early morning. In zator it simply doesn't exist that early. Make sure you use reception a day or two ahead of time to book a taxi back to the airport. Next time we will stay in a sheriff hut off peak and hopefully I'll be able to give a 5/5 review.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Ella A wrote a review Aug 2021
London, United Kingdom39 contributions45 helpful votes
Where do I start? It’s just great for families. Lots of fun, clean, very attentive staff, movie nights, bbq pitch, free transport to Energylandia. and again thank you for saving us in the middle of the night with no taxis available. Will be back 100 %
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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erni13 wrote a review Jul 2021
Vilnius, Lithuania5 contributions2 helpful votes
We spent 3 nights here, first two were perfect, no any bad word. And then Friday evening came, and male adult parties started in neighbor tipis. Security were not able or willing to solve the situation - so we had to listen to laugh, loud talks, learned very well polish swear word starting with letter K. Security proposed us (not them!!) to move to another place - what is ridiculous to move at 2am with small children. After the response from administration - I expect Security behaving more strictly to ensure quite night time.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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CouplePL wrote a review Jul 2021
Amman, Jordan5 contributions2 helpful votes
Pros: New and well maintained. Kids animation program. Nice and professional staff. Good breakfast. Cons: Way overpriced. We understand that this is theme park hotel but almost 200 euros per family room is quite steep. No room service. Food in restaurant is very “medicore”. Poor sound insolation. Be careful when choosing rooms in wooden cottages. Don’t take room at ground floor. If somebody staying above, you will hear every step of your neighbor.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Jade E wrote a review Oct 2020
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The location is perfect for those wishing to visit Energylandia (which was the main purpose of our trip) however there are a few other family theme parks close by. We hired a car so we were able to make the most of our 5 night stay by visiting Auschwitz, the salt mines and Krakow which were all under an hours drive away. We stayed in one of the sheriffs lodges as we wanted our own bathroom, whereas the wagons and teepees share communal washroom facilities. The smallest lodge sleeps four people with a double bed and bunk beds. The room also consists of a wardrobe, table and a mini fridge therefore space could be a little tight if there were four adults sharing. The room seems best suited to couples or those with small children. The room pros include the air conditioning/ heating unit which has kept the room toasty and cosy since we arrived. The complimentary tea and coffee service, toiletries in the bathroom and hairdryer are also nice touches. Cons would be that the shower constantly smelt of drains. Later during our stay a number of school trips descended on the resort and the noise levels (especially those in the cabin next door playing loud music until the early hours) were particularly bad. It changed our holiday from feeling like a western ranch to camp crystal lake. Breakfast is included in the price of your stay and during our first few nights staff were operating table service which included a cold platter of meats, cheese and salad and a choice of hot food such as scrambled egg or sausage. We opted to skip the cold platter after our first visit as it wasn’t to our taste however the staff were very accommodating in providing alternatives such as cereal. Towards the end of the week this changed to a buffet service where you select the items you want and staff plate the food up for you. The addition of trays with the picnic style benches of the onsite restaurant again made us feel more like we at a kids camp rather than a western resort. The restaurant itself was clean and staff were very accommodating and wearing PPE (most guests opted not to follow this rule however nothing was said to stop this) The menus were quite limited however we enjoyed the meals we ate there. The on site facilities are pretty good with an outdoor cinema, playgrounds and Fire Pitts/BBQ area. We booked the fire pit early in the week which staff gave us complimentary which was a really lovely touch. Only two of the areas have a covering therefore if your visiting during inclement weather I would advise booking one of those ones quickly. I would definitely recommend this resort to those looking to stay close to Energylandia or the other family theme parks as the facilities are lovely and it’s great value for money.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
PolandSouthern PolandLesser Poland ProvinceZator
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Frequently Asked Questions about Western Camp Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Western Camp Resort?
Nearby attractions include Energylandia (1.3 km), Zatorland (1.4 km), and Park Świętego Mikołaja (1.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Western Camp Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Western Camp Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Western Camp Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Western Camp Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Western Camp Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Revel, Restauracja Bonanza, and Scandi Restaurant.
Is Western Camp Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Zator.
Are pets allowed at Western Camp Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Western Camp Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Polish.
Are there any historical sites close to Western Camp Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Family Home of John Paul II (13.4 km), John Paul II Square in Wadowice (13.4 km), and Tenczyn Castle (16.0 km).
Is Western Camp Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.