Bathing Area Lake Scheibe

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Lake Scheibe belongs to the Lusatian Lakeland and was formed by groundwater rising from the former "Scheibe" open-cast mine. The lake has reached its final water level at around 111.5 m above sea level. In the western part, especially on the western shore, the lake lies, so to speak, as a house-lake at the gates of the city of Hoyerswerda. 
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  • Aerial view of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Benjamin Kramer, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View from the shore of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Gernot Menzel, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • Memorial stone "Dorf Scheibe", Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View of the bathing area at Lake Scheibe, Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View of the water of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • Cyclists take a break at the bathing beach at Lake Scheibe Lake, Foto: Nada Quenzel, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.
For the first time in 2017, the city has been granted interim use for bathing from mid-May until October each year. Thus, it is possible to use about 120m of almost natural beach, once 450m of beach length is planned. The approximately 10m wide strip of sand is maintained once a year and serves as a beach and sunbathing area. Car parking spaces are available at a relatively short distance from the bathing beach on the western shore. 



The usable section "Badestrand Westufer Scheibe-See" can be reached via state road 108 from Hoyerswerda in the direction of Niesky. Immediately out of town, behind the Kühnicht industrial estate on the left, is the access road to Lake Scheibe and, in the following right-hand bend, the former S 108, which was dredged from the open-cast mine, with parking spaces and the transition to the service road around the lake. From the parking spaces, it is a short walk along the service road to the beach access. 



Until sanitary facilities are built, there is a porta-potty at the turning ramp of the road to Scheibe-See. At present, there are no catering facilities. A playground is being planned. 



An invitation to tender for a leased area has already been issued and will in all likelihood ensure a small gastronomic offer as a kiosk from next year. 
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Lake Scheibe belongs to the Lusatian Lakeland and was formed by groundwater rising from the former "Scheibe" open-cast mine. The lake has reached its final water level at around 111.5 m above sea level. In the western part, especially on the western shore, the lake lies, so to speak, as a house-lake at the gates of the city of Hoyerswerda. 
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  • Aerial view of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Benjamin Kramer, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View from the shore of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Gernot Menzel, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • Memorial stone "Dorf Scheibe", Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View of the bathing area at Lake Scheibe, Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
  • View of the water of Lake Scheibe, Foto: Corinna Stumpf, Lizenz: Stadt Hoyerswerda
For the first time in 2017, the city has been granted interim use for bathing from mid-May until October each year. Thus, it is possible to use about 120m of almost natural beach, once 450m of beach length is planned. The approximately 10m wide strip of sand is maintained once a year and serves as a beach and sunbathing area. Car parking spaces are available at a relatively short distance from the bathing beach on the western shore. 



The usable section "Badestrand Westufer Scheibe-See" can be reached via state road 108 from Hoyerswerda in the direction of Niesky. Immediately out of town, behind the Kühnicht industrial estate on the left, is the access road to Lake Scheibe and, in the following right-hand bend, the former S 108, which was dredged from the open-cast mine, with parking spaces and the transition to the service road around the lake. From the parking spaces, it is a short walk along the service road to the beach access. 



Until sanitary facilities are built, there is a porta-potty at the turning ramp of the road to Scheibe-See. At present, there are no catering facilities. A playground is being planned. 



An invitation to tender for a leased area has already been issued and will in all likelihood ensure a small gastronomic offer as a kiosk from next year. 
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Tourismusverband Lausitzer Seenland e.V.

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01968 Senftenberg

Tel.: +49 (0) 3573-725300-0
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