I booked this campsite because of the nice-looking sauna and pool facilities; however it is difficult-to-impossible to actually use those facilities. Hence, I cannot comment on them.
I have stayed in the grimiest hostels and the cheapest two-star hotels, all over the world. Yet I have never experienced such determined and callously unhelpful staff. My negative experience cannot be attributed to any kind of cultural differences; most of the reviews are written by Germans, who experienced exactly the same things.
In reference to the sole positive review of this establishment: Yes, the rules of the camp (e.g. that you cannot drive in or out between noon and 2 pm, and that they reserve the right to have the pool closed at any point in time) are written in documents that they give you, *after you arrive and pay them and are stuck there*. But this information is not posted on their web site, which is where a diligent traveler will look when deciding where to stay.
I had glanced at the reviews before coming, but did not read them carefully. Note that Tripadvisor's average was either out of date or simply incorrect, at that time giving a 3/5 rating when the vast majority of reviews were 1/5, there was a single 5/5, and the actual arithmetic (mean) average was less than 2/5. Word to the wise: read the reviews. Don't rely on the average rating. Google translate is good enough, if your German is not so great.
There are dozens of places advertising rooms available for rent, a campground or two, and at least one office to help travelers find a place to stay, in every village in the region. Do yourself a favor and patronize somewhere else, where your money will be appreciated.