Norway, North, Nord-Trøndelag, Snasa
- 93 20 67 54
- Open (touring pitches):
- Easter - 10 October.
Alan Rogers Review
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 well back on the banks of Lake Snåsavatn. There are eight site-owned cabins, a number of static units and space for about 20 touring units on slightly sloping ground. There are 10/16A electricity connections available. For those travelling to or from Northern Norway, Vegset provides a good resting point or night halt. However it is possible to explore Snåsa, the centre for the South Lapp people with their own boarding school, museum and information centre. The site is due to be significantly updated during 2015.
The Bergasen Nature Reservation is close to the village and is famous for its rare flora, especially orchids. The Gressamoen National Park is also near.
The heated toilet block provides showers (NOK 10), plus a shower with toilet suitable for disabled visitors. Another small unit has a kitchen with a small oven and double hob, washing machine and drying rack. Reception has a sitting room overlooking the lake and doubles as a TV room with kiosk selling emergency groceries, drinks and confectionery (end June-mid Aug). Swimming, boat hire and fishing (licence from site). WiFi (free).
- Fishing on Site
- Lake/River Beach Nearby
- Lake/River Beach Onsite
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Lake/River Swim
- Wifi Free
- Wifi Partial Site
Site is just off the E6 road, 7 km. south of Snåsa.