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Camping in Lapland

6 campsites in Finland, Lapland

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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Lapland

Reindeer is synonymous with Northern Finland and Lapland in particular and the 200,000 strong reindeer stock is an essential source of livelihood for Lapland’s people. But the different parts of Lapland are clearly distinct; the south and the west are maritime, but central and eastern Lapland are known for their tree-covered fells. Northern Lapland is more barren, and only stunted deciduous trees and bushes grow above the tree limit.