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Camping in North Norway

13 campsites in Norway, North

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On a headland jutting into the Trondheimfjord, some 40 km. from Trondheim, Tråsåvika commands an attractive position. For many, this compensates for the extra distance...

This is a restful little site with a welcoming atmosphere. It is set well back from the main road, so there is no road noise...

Located within forested lakeside slopes, this small, pleasant site is seven kilometres south of Snåsa. Although directly accessible from the E6 road, it is set...

Ballangen is a pleasant, lively site conveniently located on the edge of a fjord with a small sandy beach, with direct access off the main...

In a delightful setting with fine views, Harstad Camping has space for 120 units as it slopes down to Vågsfjorden with on-site fishing and boating...

Also known as Kirkeporten Camping, this is the most northerly mainland campsite in the world (71º 06) and considering the climate and the wild, unspoilt...

In a stunning location, this site is a popular resting place on the long trek to Nordkapp and is only 18 km. from the Arctic...

This campsite off the E6 near Mosjøen, allows access to ‘The World’s Most Beautiful Journey’. The Kystriksveien (RV17) runs north to Bodø and south to...

Lying on the exposed west coast of Andøy, between the quiet main road and white sandy beaches, this site is an exceptional location for viewing...

At first sight, Røros Camping is unpromising, lying between the main road and the railway, with gritty sloping ground because grass has difficulty growing at...

This friendly, good value, riverside site in a sheltered position in the mountains is easily accessed from the E6. The 70 unmarked and grassy touring...

This established site is very popular, with many customers returning for the well maintained facilities and easy access to fishing and boating. In the centre...

On a coastal route, this extremely popular site is in a very scenic location, has a magnificent backdrop and is close to the largest Maelstrom...

North

This is the “Land of the Midnight Sun” known for its whale watching safaris, scenery and northern lights. It is home to the Sami, Norway’s aborigine population. The region is diverse and beautiful with mountains, valleys, glaciers, fjords, islands and untouched arctic wilderness.