This family-friendly facility is a cordoned-off bathing area in the lake. You can also relax on the extensive sunbathing lawn, which is lined with large, old trees.
There’s a paddling pool, a sandy beach and a playground – so there’s lots of fun and laughter in store. Sporting activities are available on land, too, with two beach volleyball pitches and several ping-pong tables.
If you’d like to do water sports, hire your equipment at the bathing area. The Lake Lucerne canoe centre rental station has a large selection of boats for hire. We recommend placing your reservation in advance. So be sure not to miss out on your SUP, kayak, canoe or sit-on-top – and off you paddle!
The Badi Beizli snack bar indulges you with hot and cold food as well as an ample selection of drinks and ice creams. The Beizli is also open to those who have not purchased admission to the bathing area: when you go past the cashpoint, say you’ve just come for something to eat or a cup of coffee.
It takes 35 minutes to walk from Lucerne central station to Strandbad Tribschen. From Lucerne station, take bus no. 6, 7 or 8 as far as Wartegg (or no. 21 to Eisfeld). Then cross the road and walk along Warteggstrasse to the lake. The entrance to Strandbad Tribschen is just after the football pitch. Alternatively, you can take the boat from Lucerne to the landing point “Tribschen”. An ample bicycle parking facility is located directly in front of the entrance and car parking is to be found at the end of Warteggstrasse.