Norway, South, Rogaland, Jørpeland
- +47 48 19 39 50
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
Taking its name from one of Norway’s best-known attractions, the Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) cliff formation, Preikestolen Camping is situated in the beautiful region of Rogaland, surrounded by high mountains and deep fjords. This is a site where you could easily stay a few days to explore the beautiful region.
The friendly owners are happy to help with maps and guidance. The site is laid out in a relaxed way with an open, level grass area where trees and bushes create pleasant little ‘rooms’ for your tent, caravan or motorhome. There are 150 pitches, 56 with electricity (10/16A), water tap and wastewater drainage.
The famous and outstanding cliff of Preikestolen was probably formed by the action of frost over 10,000 years ago. From the cliff, 604 m. above fjord level, there are magnificent views over Lysefjorden with its green glacier water. Even the most experienced tourist must find this scenery breathtaking.
The site can be used as a base for excursions to Stavanger, Norway’s centre for the off-shore oil industry or for enjoying trips into this unspoiled mountain region. In high season helicopter tours are arranged from the site (Monday - Thursday, depending on the weather).
The modern heated sanitary block has showers, washbasins in cubicles and facilities for disabled visitors. Room with sinks but no cookers - all with free hot water. Washing machines and dryers. Motorhome services. Freezer. Small shop and craft shop (1/5-30/9). Restaurant and takeaway (1/5-30/9). Fishing. Play area. WiFi over part of site (free).
Site is on road 13, 3 km. south of Jørpeland. Follow signs to site.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N58 59 55||W6 5 31|