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First you´ll find out witch County you want to visit. Find out what kind of accommodation is available and then go localy and find out more about your pick. Even simple accommodation such as hunting lodges and camping chalets are of high standard. First you´ll find the place to go, then book the accommodation of your choice.


Norway has more than a thousand campsites, so you are bound to find somewhere to stay in the area you want. The sites are classified 1 - 5 stars, depending on the standard, facilities and activities available. There is no standard price and rates do vary somewhat.

The Norwegian Camping Card (Norsk Campingkort) entitles you to faster checking-in service along with special occupant deals. The Camping Card can be ordered, before travelling free of charge, from Norwegian Hospitality Association (Reiselivsbedriftenes Landsforening or RBL). Many campsites have cabins that can be booked in advance.

Please note that camping gas is not freely available in Norway. For further information on camping in Norway visit the internet on Camping.no. It is not permitted to pitch a tent or park a caravan closer than 150 metres from a house / chalet. Also please note that there are varying by-laws relating to Wild Camping. Remember, too, that it is forbidden to have an open fire in forests or on open land, between 15th April and 15th September.

  • The camping area should be clearly marked.
  • The roads should be well maintained and there should not be hidden hazards.
  • The entrance should be clearly marked with the name of the site and its star classification.
  • First aid equipment should be available.
  • The information board should show rules of conduct and fire safety measures.
  • The camp site should have daily maintenance.
  • Mail service.
  • All the installations should be clearly marked / signposted.
  • Toilets, washrooms and showers should meet the capacity of the site.
  • Waste water emptying facilities.
  • Sufficient refuse / garbage cans, which must be emptied regularly.
  • Entrance lit at night.
  • All buildings must be well maintained.
  • Washbasin with hot water.
  • Electric socket.
  • Cooking facilities.
  • Sink with hot water.

The following must be present in addition to the above:
  • Information board showing staff hours and emergency telephones.
  • Lighting in and around service areas.
  • Hot shower.
  • Drain for chemical toilet waste.
  • Sink for laundry with hot water.
  • Cooking facilities under cover.
  • Sink with hot water under cover.

The following must be present in addition to the above:
  • Staffed: 09.00 - 22.00.
  • Permanent reception/information desk.
  • Road lighting.
  • Plain refreshments max. 10 km.
  • Grassy.
  • Separate hot water cubicles.
  • Nursing room.
  • Washing machine.
  • Tumble dryer or drying room.
  • Playground.
  • Kiosk.

The following must be present in addition to the above:
  • Nightwatchman patrols.
  • Currency exhange.
  • Soap dispensers - hand driers.
  • Fast food facility on site or near the site.
  • Fenced and guarded.
  • Sauna.
  • Outlet mobil homes.
  • WC for disabled people.
  • Common room.
  • Barbecue.
  • Cafeteria.

The following must be present in addition to the above:
  • Watchman´s residence on site.
  • Accept credit cards.
  • Water supply for caravans.
  • Drain for caravans.
  • Grocery shop.
  • Restaurant.

Many camp sites can offer more service and activity facilities.


Norway is one of the most exciting and beautiful countries you can imagine.

How about hiking on the magnificent upland plateaus, boating on placid mountain lakes or on the sea?

You can try your luck at fishing in numerous rivers, lakes and fjords. The possibilities are countless.

The camp sites are child-friendly and many have activities, excursions and so on to offer which can help to provide an active holiday full of experiences.

Many camp sites also have high-quality huts to let.

In Norway, you will also find facilities where you can empty your toilets, i.e. the toilets in your caravan or camper. These are signposted along the road.

Norway has the largest remaining areas of wilderness and open countryside in Europe. You may walk whereever you like in the open countryside, but you must respect it and must not be a nuisance to landowners or other users of the area.

You may also park beside the road as long as you do not hinder other traffic. You must, however, ensure that your parking does not conflict with local restrictions or with signs.

Take care of the countryside and help us to ensure that future generations can enjoy clean Norwegian nature.


The petrol price will varies regionally.

(95 octane)
NOK 13.30

(98 octanel
NOK 13.40

Diesel oil
NOK 13.50

Leaded petrol is not available in Norway but lead replacement gasoline is widely available.