While in 2015, 37,000 people visited Lake Tisza Beach, 60,000 people did so in 2020. In response to the increased number of visitors, new bathrooms and baby-mommy rooms will be established on the beach, and the range of services related to sports and cycling will also be expanded. The investments will be implemented with the support of the Hungarian Tourism Agency.
The mayor also pointed out that the area’s 160 accommodation facilities were fully booked on the weekends, and the Kisfaludy program enables nearly 100 private accommodations to get renovated and developed in the coming months.
The city’s own infrastructure development plans are also now underway, enabling visitors to use the services of Abádszalók’s beach and swimming pool, in addition to Lake Tisza Beach during their stay, the mayor added.
The Lake Tisza Regional Development Council is continuously working to implement new developments. In October 2020, the renovation of roads started. The development will provide visitors better accessibility to Lake Tisza. The road renovation will take place in several stages up until spring 2021.
As a joint project with the open-air beach development in Abádszalók, a two-story rest stop of 200 square meters will be completed next to the “Hallépcső” (fish ladder), with washbasins and a buffet built in the nearby building as well.
Head of the Kiskörei Section Engineering of the Central Tisza Region Water Directorate Lőrinc Fejes pointed out that a rafting track will also be built. The construction of the two-lane white water rafting tracks could start in 2022.