Sports and recreation facility Drienok is located on the edge of the picturesque village of Mošovce. If you love active relaxation in nature, this is the right place for you. The ŠRZ Drienok offers its visitors a wide range of recreational activities. In addition to summer swimming, there is the possibility to organize school trips, children's camps and, thanks to the spacious grounds and courts, also various gatherings for athletes as well as mass events such as festivals and various gatherings. The swimming pool offers 3 pools - a swimming pool, a pool for non-swimmers, a pool with a slide and a children's pool. Pure mineral water in the pools is a matter of course. You can enjoy the sun's rays on the spacious grassy area, which is also used for various sports activities. Meals are provided by a restaurant and a pizzeria, located just a stone's throw from the swimming pools. There are also social facilities, which are located in several places in the spacious area. Sports enthusiasts will get their money's worth thanks to the accessible tennis and volleyball courts. Children will definitely enjoy the climbing frames, swings and sandbox. If you would like to stay up a little longer in the Drienok complex, you can sleep here without any problems. You can stay directly on the campus either in a guesthouse, cabins, in a campsite, in caravans or trailers, which you can set up anywhere in the campus.
The capacity of the area for camping accommodation is 300 caravans or tents. The part of the area reserved for camping is also equipped with electrical connections. Toilets and showers (WC and showers) are located between the cabins near the areas designated for camping, separately for men and women.
The accommodation capacity of the cottage settlement is 113 beds. There are cottages available for visitors: 21 x 4-person cottage without social amenities 1 x 4-person cottage with social amenities 2x 8-person cottage with social amenities 3 x 3-person cottage without social amenities
In the area of Drienok Mošovce there are 8 courts intended for sports activities 3x tennis court 2x volleyball courts 1x beach volleyball 2x netball
WIFI connection is available in the restaurant at the pension Drienok
In the restaurant at Penzión Drienok, we offer ready meals, minutes and pizza. The restaurant is open during the summer season daily from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. In the off-season, the restaurant is closed. In the past, Mošovce was an important Turca craft center. Craft production reached a really great boom and around 15 guilds operated in the town, the bootmakers' guild and the most famous furriers' guild survived the longest. Today's Mošovce can be characterized as an important recreational area with many attractions. Among the architectural monuments, the rococo classicist mansion from the second half of the 18th century with a large English park deserves attention. Other points of interest in the village are: the memorial site of Ján Kollár's birthplace, a neo-Gothic church built on the site of an old church with a valuable altar, an Evangelical church from 1784, a mausoleum with a craft museum and an art nouveau greenhouse from 1800. Mošovce has a truly unique environment. The complex of historical alleys and greenery creates an aesthetically impressive mosaic-like divided landscape, sensitively connected to the forest complexes of Veľká Fatra. This mountain range is one of the most tourist-attractive mountain ranges in Slovakia. Limestones and dolomites of fantastic shapes, indescribable beauty of Gaderská, Blatnická and other valleys attract admirers of natural beauty from far and wide.
Mošovce gave the Slovak nation many important personalities, the most famous of whom are music composer and teacher Frico Kafenda (1883-1963), writer Anna Lacková-Zora (1899-1988), literary critic, historian and poet Štefan Krčméry (1892-1955), baroque dramatist Jur Tesák Mošovský, church dignitary and Slovak religious writer whose works belong to the period of humanism, or the founder of the volunteer fire brigade in Slovakia, Miloslav Schmidt. The most important of the natives is the great poet of the Slavs, philosopher and evangelical preacher Ján Kollár (1793-1852), who immortalized at least two national literatures with his poetic composition Glory's daughter. Slávý důr had an effect on the then and later generations of nationalists and patriots as a starting point and a motive at the same time. In the original and in translations, it penetrated the wider Slavic and non-Slavic world and made its creator famous forever.
The immediate vicinity of the village of Mošovce offers interesting places to visit:
Turčianske Teplice - a spa town with a thermal swimming pool.
Martin - a city with the possibility of visiting museums
Rajecká Lesná - a unique Slovak nativity scene
Kremnica - historical town, mint
Banská Bystrica - a regional town with a rich offer for sports and culture.
Several places associated with culture and also places intended for sports. Mošovce itself offers an interesting walking cultural route described in the guide on the village's website.
You can also get to the surrounding nature by cycling routes (with a natural surface).