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Radvanecký Pond

, author: Milan Drahoňovský

Lusetian Mountains

Sloup v Cechach, 471 52

Phone: +420 487 753 520
E-mail: koupaliste.sloup@volny.cz
Web: www.obecsloupvcechach.cz

 

Type of facility: Pond, reservoir, gravel pit
Activities:
Other facilities: Showers, WC, Refreshments, Refreshments
Sports facilities: Hire of boats and other equipment, Pitches, Table tennis

Radvanecký Pond is situated at the northern edge of Sloup v Čechách, a recreational village in the large valley of the Dobranovský Brook.

The Radvanecký Pond is situated in the upper part of the Dobranovský Brook between Radvanec and Sloup. The area is 8.67 hectares, the banks are mostly covered with forest, linked at the northern side with a large peat bog. On the opposite side, there is a robust dyke with a discharge point to drain water in a wide walled tunnel.

In 1890 a swimming -pool was built on the southeastern side of the pond, with a sand beach; later it was enlarged. The swimming -pool was a popular recreational locality after the Second World War as well. In 1965 its renovation was commenced and in 1967 the whole premises were open again for the public.

At present, the premises include a summer campsite with wooden cabins, a restaurant, a fast-food outlet, showers with hot water, toilets and a children's slide. The boat rental point offers 8 boats and registered fishermen can buy a permit for sport fishing. The beaches are covered with grass or sand and the bottom is sand.

Area: 8 hectares.

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