Inzell, Germany

Inzell lies in a wide valley floor in the Chiemgau Alps, framed by the mountains of Rauschberg, Zinnkopf, Teisenberg and the massif of Staufen, the confluence of the Großwaldbach and Falkenseebachrivers forms the Rote Traun river near the village.Inzell is also known as the gateway to Berchtesgaden National Park due to the Zwing, a mountain passage between Inzell and Weißbach, which separates the Chiemgau from Berchtesgaden. 

The village has a stellplatz for ten vehicles without any facilities : Schwimmbadstraße, 83334 Inzell, Germany

A second location with two spaces is here : Bichlstraße 43, 83334 Inzell, Germany