Camping in and around Eastern Norway, Norway - 62 matches
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Nore og Uvdal
Vrenne, 3630 RØDBERG Map
Camping | Fjordgløtt means 'fjord view' and is situated directly at the Norefjord, a large lake between Nore and Rødberg.
Kastbakkvn.5, 2390 MOELV Map
Camping | Moelv is situated between the Olympic towns of Lillehammer, Hamar and Gjøvik, bordering on to the largest lake in Norway, Lake Mjøsa. Beaches and swimming pool. Hire of boats and water bikes.
2923 TISLEIDALEN Map
Camping | Bjørkestølen is a 4 star year-round family camping in Tisleidalen, located beside Tisleia River 800 m above sea level, midway between Fagernes and Gol. Large and sunny sites are installed with electricity and cable TV. Caravans and mobile homes ca...
Sandheimsbakken 20, 2619 LILLEHAMMER Map
Camping | New and modern facility, located close to the centre of the olympic city.
2420 Trysil Map
Cabins | Trysilelva Camping (formerly Klara Camping) is centrally located in Trysil right on the river side, just 600 meters from the town center. Classic camping cabins from 10 to 17 sqm.
Stryken, 3300 HOKKSUND Map
Camping | Everyone is welcome at our 4 star camping site, located in quiet, beautiful surroundings by tye river ""Drammens elva"", only 500 metres from Hokksund centre. The campsite is a popular meeting place for salmonanglers.
Vasetdansen 9, 2923 TISLEIDALEN Map
Camping | Welcome to Vasetdansen Camping Ground. Enjoy an active holiday in the heart of mountain Norway. Vasetdansen is just off state road 51, 25 kilometres from Fagernes, 30 from Gol. It is in Valdres in the heart of southern Norway.
2560 ALVDAL Map
Camping | Alvdal is a pretty village at the foot of Tronfjell mountain.
Ådalsveien 695, 3525 HALLINGBY Map
Camping | Buttingsrud Camping are situated 36 km north of the town Hønefoss, in pitoresque sorroundings on lake Sperillen.
Stokkevegen 147, 2836 BIRI Map
Camping | It has become increasingly popular to spend the vacation along the shores of Norway’s biggest lake, Lake Mjøsa. The landscape in this area can be described as open and friendly, with lots of possibilitites for recreational activities.