Tó Kemping

Relaxation and Adventure Await

The Kecskeméti Tó Camping welcomes its guests on a sprawling 2.5-hectare site. Nestled amidst wooded surroundings, this camping destination offers a tranquil environment in the heart of Kecskemét. Situated beside the Benkó Zoltán Leisure Centre, it provides ample opportunities for camping enthusiasts to relax and enjoy the adjacent lake.

Near the campsite you can find variety of entertainment options.



200 metres


200 metres

Fishing Opportunity

400 metres

Swimming pool & aqua park

200 metres

About Tó Kemping

The Art Nouveau downtown of Kecskemét is conveniently located within a short walking distance of the campsite, taking less than half an hour to reach. However, excellent local transport options are also available for those who prefer to ride. In close proximity to the campsite, numerous restaurants and nightclubs can be found, offering ample dining and entertainment choices for visitors. Additionally, a hospital and pharmacy are conveniently situated nearby, ensuring easy access to medical facilities and services.



The facilities at our campground include showers and toilets, which are also accessible for disabled individuals.


Motorhome Services

Additionally, we provide a laundry room equipped with washing machines and ironing facilities. There is also the opportunity to use a dishwasher. Furthermore, we offer water intake and sewage disposal services for motorhomes.

Our Pricing

For motorhome, caravans, and tents!


The Domb and its surroundings

The Domb is an artificial elevation situated in the Széchenyi part of Kecskemét. It was created using soil excavated during the dredging of the neighboring boating lake from 1976 to 1986. With a height of 49 meters, the peak of the Domb rises above the 160 meters sea level, making it the highest point in the region. This remarkable structure is located within the premises of the Benkó Zoltán Leisure Centre. Zoltán Benkó, the director of the North-Bács-Kiskun County Water Works Company, conceived the idea and played a vital role in managing and organizing its construction. The Domb is nestled in a protected natural area of local significance and offers a trail for visitors to explore its surroundings.