Jesperhus Feriecenter & Camping is a large, well organised and busy site with many leisure activities, adjacent to Blomsterpark (Northern Europe’s largest flower park). This site has 612 numbered pitches, mostly in rows with some terracing, divided by shrubs and trees and with shade in parts. Many pitches are taken by seasonal, tour operator or rental units, so booking is advised for peak periods. Electricity (6A) is available on all pitches, and water points are in all areas. There are 300 pitches available with full services. With all the activities at this site, an entire holiday could be spent here regardless of the weather, although Jesperhus is also an excellent centre for touring.
The indoor and outdoor pool complex has three pools, diving boards, water slides with the ‘black hole’, spa pools, saunas and a solarium. Although it may appear to be just part of Jutland, Mors is an island in its own right surrounded by the lovely Limfjord. It is joined to the mainland by a fine 2,000 m. bridge at the end of which are signs to Blomsterpark (which also houses a bird zoo, Butterfly World, terrarium and aquarium) and the campsite – both under the same ownership. The flower park, situated well to the north of Denmark, is an incredible sight from early spring to late autumn, attracting some 4,000 visitors a day to enjoy over half a million flowering plants and magnificent landscaped gardens.