With two wide beaches for swimming, Lake Dreiweibern is a great place for all lovers of water and sun. On the northern shore, campers can park their motorhomes right on the lakefront and enjoy uninterrupted views of the water. On the beach in Lohsa, a glass pyramid building contains a café and restaurant and there is also a play area for children. The 8km loop trail around the lake is used by cyclists, in-line skaters and runners.
Lake Dreiweibern was created by flooding the former Werminghoff III lignite mine. This process was completed in 2002 and the lake was approved for public use in 2005.
Facts and figures
- Size of the lake: 294 ha
- Max. depth: 37 metres
Fishing (managed by the fishing association DAFV), swimming, rowing, pedal boating, canoeing, sailing
Water tourism activities permitted between 1 April and 31 October.
Swimmers and sunbathers can enjoy the sandy beaches of Weisskollm on the northern shore of Lake Dreiweibern and Lohsa on the opposite shore. Lohsa also offers an enclosed beach for visitors with dogs.
The beaches are not supervised.
Water sports providers
- Am Blauen Wunder water sports club, canoeing
- Elbflorenz Dresden e.V. fishing club
- Parking available at both swimming beaches (charges apply)
- Both Weisskollm beach and Lohsa beach have sanitary facilities
Leisure facilities and activities
- Pirate ship playground, miniature golf, giant chess board, outdoor bowling alley on Lohsa beach
- Beach volleyball court on Weisskollm beach
- 8km loop trail around the lake, suitable for cycling, in-line skating and running
Food and drink around Lake Dreiweibern
- Hipo’s beach bar on Weisskollm beach
- grill&chill Pier 1 – glass pyramid on Lohsa beach
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