Here is a list over the campsites in Norway we love! Say Hi to the management at the campsite from us 🙂
Herfragården in Sokna, Norway. It’s a family farm that produces honey, eggs, meat, and organic vegetables. The camping area has plenty of space for tents and hammocks, and they also rent out two wooden tents. There are opportunities for hiking, swimming, and berry picking in the surrounding area. They offer breakfast by arrangement and have facilities like a gas grill, shower, and indoor toilet.
Elstad Camping, a family campsite located along the Gudbrandsdalslågen river in Ringebu, Norway. The campsite has a lot of open space and no numbered pitches, allowing visitors to choose where they want to camp. They offer modern and clean sanitary facilities, a shared kitchen, and a small kiosk. Along the river, there is a great swimming area, a volleyball court, a football pitch, and a small playground for children. The campsite is surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and valleys, and is close to the Kvitfjell Alpine facility and the Rondane National Park.
Elvebredden is a camping spot located in Kvelde, Norway. It is part of the Virgenes Økogård organic community farm, where visitors can pick and harvest their own food, including eggs from the hens in the meadow. The farm also has a shop where visitors can buy other products. The camping spot has a simple bathroom and toilet in the barn, and visitors can choose to stay in a lavvo or off-piste along the headland between the river and livestock.
Hemsedal Fjellcamp is a campsite located on the sunny side of Hemsedal in Norway. The campsite offers campsites for motorhomes, caravans, and tents, as well as camping cabins for rent. Visitors can enjoy a quiet and peaceful camping experience with a good view of Hemsedal’s mountains. The campsite is surrounded by cultural landscapes, hiking trails, and the historic Synarsvaet cultural trail. The sanitary facilities are in good condition, and there are options for charging electric cars. The campsite is located only 4km from Hemsedal Ski Center and Hemsedal Center.
Bjørnerud Fjellgård, a farm and camping spot located in Nesbyen, Norway. Visitors can camp in a gravel/grass area with benches and a fire pit. The farm has a shower and toilet in its own house, as well as an outdoor kitchen and play equipment. The sauna is available for an additional cost. The farm is a great starting point for hiking and cycling in the beautiful surrounding nature. Visitors can also rent fully-damped e-bikes and play golf nearby.
South of Norway
Sigridnes in Åmli, Norway. The camping area has basic facilities such as electricity, water, and a place to empty the toilet, but the main attraction is the beautiful and clean green areas for close-to-nature camping. The property is located in a peaceful park along the Nidelva river and offers tailor-made trips for visitors who want to explore the surrounding areas by bike or canoe. Pets are allowed, but events and parties are not allowed, and there is a night rest after 2300 for those who want to enjoy peace and quiet.
Slettene Hage, a camping spot located in Herefoss, Norway. The camping area offers a unique opportunity to experience a farm environment with free-range chickens, ducks, geese, goats, and cats. Visitors can also participate in growing vegetables, picking berries, and caring for animals if they wish. The farm has a shop with local food and a greenhouse café. The camping spot has basic facilities and allows tents or vehicles up to 10m in length. Visitors can enjoy a swim on the beach and have a glass of wine in the garden after.
Tveiten Gaard in Frolands Verk, Norway. The camping area has a maximum capacity of 4 people per unit and can accommodate tents or vehicles up to 12m in length. The area is easily accessible and located on a private road with almost no traffic. Visitors can enjoy scenic hiking trails and a nearby stream, and are welcome to use the gapahuk with fire pan. The farm has around 30 cows and calves that graze during the summer, and there are opportunities for cycling, fishing, and swimming in the surrounding area.
West Coast of Norway
Bjørndal, Bjørnafjorden. The camping area is located right on the beach with a beautiful view of the water and surrounded by nature. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 4 people per unit and the size is 15 m2. The area is quiet and peaceful, with a fishing lake and swimming area just meters from the camp. Skogseidvannet is well-known for its fantastic fishing, both char and trout, and there is a possibility of boat hire.
Camp Ålfjorden in Sveio, Norway. The camping spot offers parking for mobile homes, camper vans, and caravans with a maximum of 6 people per unit and a maximum length of 8 meters. The camping area is located by the sea and includes electricity and access to a new outdoor kitchen. Visitors can also borrow a rowing boat, canoe, kayak, or SUP for up to one hour. The campsite is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature. The property offers opportunities for fishing, swimming, walking, and enjoying the beautiful view and surroundings.
Camping close to pulpit rock
Camping spot in Sandnes, Norway. The camping area offers a quiet and child-friendly space by the water with the possibility of fishing, renting a boat, and using a campfire cabin. The property is eco-friendly and family-friendly, and located in a quiet place very central in Sandnes municipality.
Naturparken Hagland Festning in Haugesund, Norway. The camping area offers a maximum capacity of 20 people per unit with a size of 2000 m2 and a maximum length of 10m for tents or vehicles. The camping spot is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature. The property offers opportunities for exploring the area’s history from the Viking Age, mining, and fortifications from World War II. Visitors can also enjoy the open sea, sheltered zones in the forest, and wildlife such as ravens, eagles, foxes, and deer.
Camping spots near Geiranger
Ljøbakken in Hellesylt, Norway. The camping area offers parking for camper vans with a maximum of 5 people per unit and a maximum length of 8 meters. The camping spot has a beautiful view of the Korsfjord, Sunnylsfjord, and Geirangerfjord. Visitors can enjoy hiking on the Trondhjem postal route and taking the ferry trip between Hellesylt and Geiranger.
Camping spots near Trondheim
Ranheim Camping in Ranheim, Norway. The camping spot offers a beautiful view of the Trondheim-fjord and is located just 10km from the center of Trondheim. The camping area is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 6 people per unit, with separate toilet and shower facilities available for guests. The property also has a big garden and is accessible by bus.
Snerting Ranch in Inderøy, Norway. The camping spot offers a cozy campfire area with a solid timber table and benches, a round wooden picnic table inside the gap hut, and a cement barbecue right outside. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 20 people per unit and enjoy the fantastic view of idyllic Inderøya along the Golden Ring Road. The property is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities such as moving beef cattle from horseback and walking to the wonderful stone beach in Letnes.
Gressholmen in Harstad, Norway. The island offers peace and quiet with beautiful sea views and the possibility of fishing from shore. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 6 people per unit and have their own beach.
Kvaløysletta, Norway. The camping area offers a beautiful view of the sea and is surrounded by nature. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 4 people per unit, with a size of 20 m2 and a maximum length of 12m for tents or vehicles. The property offers fresh water, electricity, a bonfire pit, and a BBQ. A floating dock with a small boat for rowing is also available, as well as a sauna. The ground is gravel and parking is available for cars, wagons and campervans.
Norwegian Wild Camping in Vangsvik, Norway. The camping spot offers all-year-round facilities for camping and RV parking with two service buildings equipped with bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry facilities. There are 30 parking spots with electricity available for caravans and trailers. The property also has a café open in the summer season and offers free Wi-Fi. The camping spot is eco-friendly and family-friendly, with a maximum of 5 people per unit. The location is by the gateway to Ånderdalen National Park, offering opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking and wildlife watching.
Campsites in Lofoten
Bjørkengen Small Farm in Straumsjøen, Norway. The camping spot offers tent camping with a maximum of 5 people per unit, with a size of 15 m2 and a maximum length of 10m for tents or vehicles. Visitors can enjoy the nature reserve and waters around the farm, hike nearby peaks, fish, and relax in the hot tub or sauna. The property is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature.
Sjøstrand Rorbuer in Ballstad, Norway. The camping spot offers a peaceful location with a view of the inner harbor. You can camp with a maximum of 4 people per unit. The property provides power connections, toilet emptying, fresh water filling, free WiFi, and a sauna. Fishing trips are also available during the summer season. Pets are allowed, and barbecue is allowed. Events and parties are not allowed, and there is a noise restriction after 11:00 PM. The property is located in an active fishing environment with beautiful walking terrain and top tours nearby.
Stall Pedersen in Stokmarknes, Norway. The camping spot offers a beautiful view of the Lofoten chain and is located near the main road, the sea, and mountains. Visitors can camp with a maximum of 8 people per unit, with a size of 30 m2 and a maximum length of 12m for tents or vehicles. The property offers access to electricity, toilet, cold and hot water. The camping spot is eco-friendly, family-friendly, and surrounded by nature, with good opportunities for hiking nearby.
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