Norway, Western Fjords, Hordaland, Øvre Eidfjord
- +47 94 98 28 62
- Start May - Mid September.
Alan Rogers Review
Enclosed by high mountains, in a peaceful location close to woodland, Sæbo Camping sits on the shore of Lake Eidfjord and adjacent to a salmon and trout river. Its 100 touring pitches are on level grass, and about 60 have 10A electricity hook-ups. Some 40 pitches are occupied by wood cabins, and 14 of these can be rented.
Its position by road 7, the main route between Oslo and Bergen, makes Sæbø a convenient stopover while travelling through Norway. However, if you have time to linger, there is much of interest in the local area including the Vøringfossen, Norway’s most famous waterfall at 182 metres. Reservations are not usually required outside of the high season.
The refurbished and extended heated sanitary block is adequate, with washbasins in cubicles, hot showers (coin-operated), a family room, baby changing and facilities for disabled visitors. Laundry room. Campers’ kitchen. Fresh bread delivered. Playground. Fishing. Boat and canoe hire. WiFi.
From Rv7 in direction of Øvre Eidfjord, pass Hardangervidda Natursenter on left, and cross river. With tunnel entrance in distance, look out for campsite on right, just after B&B on left.
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