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17 campsites in Finland

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Camping Sodankylä Nilimella is a small, quiet site situated alongside the Kitinen river, just one kilometre from the centre of Sodankylä. The site is split...

Härmälä is a lively campsite near Lake Pyhäjärvi. It is situated only 4 km. from Tampere city centre. You can choose from a large number...

Haapasaaren is located on Lake Näsijärvi, around 70 km. north of Tampere in south western Finland. This is a well equipped site with a café...

No trip to Finland would be complete without a few days stay in Helsinki, the capital since 1812. This all-year-round site has exceptional transport links...

This is probably one of the best sites in Scandinavia, set in a recreational wooded area alongside a sandy beach on the banks of the...

Ounaskoski Camping is situated almost exactly on the Arctic Circle, 66 degrees north and just 8 km. south of the Santa Claus post office and...

The peace and tranquillity of the beautiful natural surroundings are the main attractions at this vast campsite (19 hectares), which is located on a narrow...

Minehead Camping & Caravanning Club site sits just outside the stunning Exmoor National Park, close to the Exmoor Heritage Coast beaches and a mile-and-a-half from...

Ukonjärvi Camping lies on the banks of Lake Inari, situated in a forested area alongside a nature reserve. It is a quiet, peaceful site, ideal...

Manamansalo is a top class, ‘wild north’ tourist centre on the island of Manamansalo in Lake Oulojärvi. Arrival is by ferry or via a bridge...

This is probably the most northerly campsite in Finland and makes an excellent stopover en route to North Cape. This is a small site with...

Koljonvirta Camping is a large but quiet site located about five kilometres from the centre of Iisalmi. There are 200 marked grass pitches, 120 with...

Finland

Situated in the far north, Finland is a long and mainly flat country with its roots in the Stone Age. It’s a land of the northern lights, Lapland and Santa’s grotto, and immense glassy lakes flanked by conifer forests.

Camping in Finland is an opportunity for firsts: building a snow castle instead of a sandcastle, seeing the midnight sun, walking through old wooden towns like Porvoo and Rauma. Its appeal is largely in its off-the-beaten track feel – it’s a place where the beaches are never crowded and a sense of tranquillity is present in both the natural surroundings and the pace of Finnish life.

The unspoilt wilderness makes it a perfect place for relaxing in natural, peaceful surroundings. Several of the campsites in Finland are in the Lake Region, which has some bustling yet beautiful towns such as Savonlinna and Kuopio. Winter visitors can meet Santa and his reindeer in Lapland for some Christmas magic.

Start your research for camping in Finland with Alan Rogers. There is a range of inspected and selected sites as well as alternatives in each region – filter your results to find your preferred option.