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Kyrgyz yurts, flying tents, etc. on sustainable campsite

4.86 (44 reviews) Verified Tarm, Central Jutland, Denmark #s005464

Ways to spend the night

  • Yurt

  • Other

  • Cabin

  • Shelter

About this campspace

Welcome to Birkelund Camping & Outdoor. A campsite where I offer unique overnight stays in original Kyrgyz yurts, flying tents, an "upcycled" cabin and a wilderness shelter.

My focus for the place is sustainability, biodiversity and good experiences for my guests.

There is access to a toilet and shower. There is a ball field and a playground. Dogs are allowed.

- Little Kyrgyzstan with the original Kyrgyz yurts
Overnight in an original Kyrgyz yurt added modern conveniences such as a good bed, fridge and electric light. The yurt is heated with a small stove. It keeps a nice warmth on a winter day.

A yurt is a hemispherical felt tent used by nomads on the steppes of Central Asia. Yurts are common in Mongolia, Western China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Afghanistan.

Most people know Mongolian yurts. However, our Yurts are Kyrgyz. Yurts are so widespread in Kyrgyzstan that the ceiling ring of a yurt is depicted in the center of the Kyrgyz flag. The ceiling ring on the flag is encircled by 40 sun rays, which symbolize the 40 tribes that are combined to form one state.

Each yurt can accommodate four people, as well as a child in a weekend bed. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with a fridge and gas stove. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen equipment. Outside, you will find a large fire pit where you can grill and enjoy a bonfire.

Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding or sleeping bags.

- The Flying Tents
Get your day off to a flying start when you wake up to a new day. Overnight in a flying tent. The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. "The Flying Tent" has room for 3 people.

A unique experience for hikers and cyclists, as well as for the outdoor enthusiast who has tried most things. Cozy for the small family - the children think it's "cool" to spend the night floating a few meters above the ground.

When you approach the tent, it most looks like a UFO about to land. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m at each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a whopping 400 kg.

The tents hang at a height of approximately 1.8 metres; to get into the tent, you step on two wooden stumps, put your bum on the edge of the tent floor, and swing your legs up. Be aware that the smallest children must be helped up and down. When you lie down in the tent, you basically lie down like in a hammock.

"The flying tent" hangs in a discreet corner under large beech trees bordering an old garden. The foliage must be lifted up, and you must be shown the way to find your way to the Flying Tent. The campsite is close to the cycle path, so it is obvious to arrive by bicycle. A cozy camp site has been made below the tent. You can prepare your meals over the campfire.

If you are inexperienced in primitive camp life, you can rent a camp tool box with the necessary equipment. In the box there is, among other things, the large black African pot on three legs. It is easy to place in the fire. And with plenty of space for the whole family's favorite stew. There are no eating utensils in the camp utensil box.

You must bring your own sleeping bag and sleeping mat.

- The Upcycling Hut
The cabin is an upcycling project. Previously, the building was only a shed for storage - now it has become a cozy and comfortable overnight cabin.

99% of the materials used for the renovation are either recycled materials or self-produced planks. The planks with which the roof and walls are covered are sawn from trees that have stood on the site, thus the CO2 emission in connection with transport is eliminated. Inside, the walls have been renovated with faulty cupboard doors.

The floor has previously been in a sports hall in Aarhus; the men's national team in handball has trained on it.
The furniture is also recycled and upcycled.

At the hut you will find a campfire with benches and a table, and in the hut you will find an axe, pots etc. for primitive camp life. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen and/or sleeping bag.

There is no power outlet and WiFi coverage here. Forget time and place without being online.

The cabin can be used in both winter and summer. In the colder months, you can switch on the heat pump, which heats up the cabin very well.

WC and shower are approximately 50 meters from the cabin.

- The wilderness shelter
Completely unique shelter, which is located in a cheeky corner of the plot. Definitely the right choice for the beginner.

The shelter is comfortably furnished with reindeer skins and hooks made of antlers. The wood-burning stove is the ideal place to put the pot of evening coffee. In the morning there will be no discussion about who has to get out of the sleeping bag to make coffee - the maneuver can be done from the sleeping bag.

Fire pit and table-bench set at the shelter.

Firewood can be found in the sheltered fence or can be purchased separately. Camp tool box with axe, saw, pots, pan and some kitchen utensils can be rented.

We are located a short distance from Skjern Å - come and catch a salmon.
The area offers plenty of opportunities for wonderful walks in Skjern Enge.

I LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOME YOU!

Perfect for...

anglers and hikers

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Your host

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Amenities

  • Drinking water

  • BBQ

  • Hot water

  • Dishwashing sink

  • Kitchen

  • Dining table

About this campspace

Welcome to Birkelund Camping & Outdoor. A campsite where I offer unique overnight stays in original Kyrgyz yurts, flying tents, an "upcycled" cabin and a wilderness shelter.

My focus for the place is sustainability, biodiversity and good experiences for my guests.

There is access to a toilet and shower. There is a ball field and a playground. Dogs are allowed.

- Little Kyrgyzstan with the original Kyrgyz yurts
Overnight in an original Kyrgyz yurt added modern conveniences such as a good bed, fridge and electric light. The yurt is heated with a small stove. It keeps a nice warmth on a winter day.

A yurt is a hemispherical felt tent used by nomads on the steppes of Central Asia. Yurts are common in Mongolia, Western China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Afghanistan.

Most people know Mongolian yurts. However, our Yurts are Kyrgyz. Yurts are so widespread in Kyrgyzstan that the ceiling ring of a yurt is depicted in the center of the Kyrgyz flag. The ceiling ring on the flag is encircled by 40 sun rays, which symbolize the 40 tribes that are combined to form one state.

Each yurt can accommodate four people, as well as a child in a weekend bed. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with a fridge and gas stove. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen equipment. Outside, you will find a large fire pit where you can grill and enjoy a bonfire.

Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding or sleeping bags.

- The Flying Tents
Get your day off to a flying start when you wake up to a new day. Overnight in a flying tent. The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. "The Flying Tent" has room for 3 people.

A unique experience for hikers and cyclists, as well as for the outdoor enthusiast who has tried most things. Cozy for the small family - the children think it's "cool" to spend the night floating a few meters above the ground.

When you approach the tent, it most looks like a UFO about to land. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m at each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a whopping 400 kg.

The tents hang at a height of approximately 1.8 metres; to get into the tent, you step on two wooden stumps, put your bum on the edge of the tent floor, and swing your legs up. Be aware that the smallest children must be helped up and down. When you lie down in the tent, you basically lie down like in a hammock.

"The flying tent" hangs in a discreet corner under large beech trees bordering an old garden. The foliage must be lifted up, and you must be shown the way to find your way to the Flying Tent. The campsite is close to the cycle path, so it is obvious to arrive by bicycle. A cozy camp site has been made below the tent. You can prepare your meals over the campfire.

If you are inexperienced in primitive camp life, you can rent a camp tool box with the necessary equipment. In the box there is, among other things, the large black African pot on three legs. It is easy to place in the fire. And with plenty of space for the whole family's favorite stew. There are no eating utensils in the camp utensil box.

You must bring your own sleeping bag and sleeping mat.

- The Upcycling Hut
The cabin is an upcycling project. Previously, the building was only a shed for storage - now it has become a cozy and comfortable overnight cabin.

99% of the materials used for the renovation are either recycled materials or self-produced planks. The planks with which the roof and walls are covered are sawn from trees that have stood on the site, thus the CO2 emission in connection with transport is eliminated. Inside, the walls have been renovated with faulty cupboard doors.

The floor has previously been in a sports hall in Aarhus; the men's national team in handball has trained on it.
The furniture is also recycled and upcycled.

At the hut you will find a campfire with benches and a table, and in the hut you will find an axe, pots etc. for primitive camp life. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen and/or sleeping bag.

There is no power outlet and WiFi coverage here. Forget time and place without being online.

The cabin can be used in both winter and summer. In the colder months, you can switch on the heat pump, which heats up the cabin very well.

WC and shower are approximately 50 meters from the cabin.

- The wilderness shelter
Completely unique shelter, which is located in a cheeky corner of the plot. Definitely the right choice for the beginner.

The shelter is comfortably furnished with reindeer skins and hooks made of antlers. The wood-burning stove is the ideal place to put the pot of evening coffee. In the morning there will be no discussion about who has to get out of the sleeping bag to make coffee - the maneuver can be done from the sleeping bag.

Fire pit and table-bench set at the shelter.

Firewood can be found in the sheltered fence or can be purchased separately. Camp tool box with axe, saw, pots, pan and some kitchen utensils can be rented.

We are located a short distance from Skjern Å - come and catch a salmon.
The area offers plenty of opportunities for wonderful walks in Skjern Enge.

I LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOME YOU!

Food and drink

  • Drinking water

  • BBQ

    You can use a shared grill or grills of different sizes up to a grill with room for a pig weighing 50 kg.
  • Hot water

    In the service building, there is hot water for bathing and washing dishes
  • Dishwashing sink

    All guests on the site are welcome to use the kitchen in the service building. Here you will find 3 gas stoves, oven, microwave and 4 kitchen sinks. In the Pavilion
  • Kitchen

    All guests are welcome to use the kitchen in the service building, where you will find 3 gas stoves, oven, microwave and 4 kitchen sinks. In the Pavilion in Palmehaven there are 2 large gas burners and 2 sinks.
  • Dining table

    In several places on the square, it is possible to sit at a table-bench set. If you want to sit indoors, you can sit in the Pavillion or Pejsestuen.
  • Gas stove

    There is a gas stove in the kitchen in the service building.
  • Dishes and cutlery

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire bowl

  • Firewood available

    Against payment.
  • WiFi

Sanitation

  • Toilet

    There are toilets in the service building.
  • Hot shower

    There are showers in the service building.
  • Cold shower

    In the service building, you can also choose to bathe in cold water.

Electricity

  • Electricity

    There are electrical outlets throughout the site.
  • Phone charging station

    If there is no electricity in the unit you have rented, you can charge your phone in the communal kitchen while you cook. Otherwise, ask and we will charge your phone in the office.

For RVs

  • RV electricity hookup

    There are electrical outlets on the motorhome site.
  • RV Dump station

    Cassettes and gray waste water can be emptied. You can also top up with water.

Heating

  • Wood burner

In case of rain

  • Covered kitchen

    There is a kitchen in the service building and a small primitive kitchen in the Pavilion.
  • Rain shelter

    You can also rent a shelter on the site.

Family-friendly

  • Animals on site

  • Playground for children

Parking

  • Parking on site

Views

  • Field view

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

  • Indoor seating area

Available pitch types

Select check-in and check-out dates to see available pitches.

The Flying Tent

  • Other

The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m on each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a full 400 kg. Over the campfire below the tent you can prepare your meals.

from € 51.59 per night
Max. people
3 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The flying tent

  • Other

    Other

The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m on each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a full 400 kg. Over the campfire below the tent you can prepare your meals.

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods: Yearly 23-10 → 31-03

Min. number of nights: 1

Child price applies from this age: 0

Child price applies to this age: 18

Min. number of days that can be booked in advance: 1

Food and drink

  • BBQ
    At the Flying Tent there is a fire pit, over which you can place a grill grate.

  • Refrigerator
    There is access to a fridge, which is shared with guests in Det 8. Vidunder and Vildmarksshelteren.

  • Dining table
    At the tent you can sit at a table-bench set. If you want to sit indoors, you can sit in the Pavillion or Pejsestuen.

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire basket

  • Fireplace

Parking

  • Parking on site
    It is approximately 25 m to walk from the parking lot

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none

Pets allowed: no

Max. people
3 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The Kyrgyz Yurt

  • Yurt

Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

from € 93.81 per night
Max. people
4 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The kyrgyz yurt

  • Yurt

    Yurt

Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods: Yearly 23-10 → 31-03

Min. number of nights: 1

Child price applies from this age: 0

Child price applies to this age: 18

Min. number of days that can be booked in advance: 1

Food and drink

  • BBQ
    At the table-bench set outside, there is a fire pit which can also be used as a barbecue.

  • Wood-fired oven
    The yurt is heated with a cozy wood-burning stove with glass on the side.

  • Refrigerator
    In the yurt, there is a primitive kitchen with a fridge.

  • Dishwashing sink
    There is a sink in the primitive kitchen in the yurt.

  • Kitchen
    There is a primitive kitchen in the yurt.

  • Dining table
    It is possible to eat both inside and outside.

  • Gas stove
    There is a gas stove in the yurt.

  • Cooking basics
    There is equipment so you can manage in the primitive kitchen.

  • Dishes and cutlery

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire bowl

Electricity

  • Electricity
    There are lights and electrical outlets in the yurt.

Pet-friendly

  • Pets allowed
    Dogs must always be kept on a leash on the site. There is a dog park near the site.

In case of rain

  • Covered kitchen
    Food can be cooked indoors in the yurt over two gas burners.

Parking

  • Parking on site

Views

  • Sunrise view

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

  • Indoor seating area

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none

Pets allowed: no

Max. people
4 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The cabin 'The 8th Wonder'

  • Cabin

There is no electrical outlet and WiFi coverage. Forget time and place without being online. In the colder months, you can turn on the heat pump. At the cottage you will find a fire place with benches and a table. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen.

from € 79.07 per night
Max. people
2 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The cabin 'the 8th wonder'

  • Cabin

    Cabin

There is no electrical outlet and WiFi coverage. Forget time and place without being online. In the colder months, you can turn on the heat pump. At the cottage you will find a fire place with benches and a table. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen.

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods: Yearly 23-10 → 31-03

Min. number of nights: 1

Child price applies from this age: 0

Child price applies to this age: 18

Min. number of days that can be booked in advance: 1

Food and drink

  • BBQ
    At Det 8. Vidunder there is a fire pit, over which you can place a grill grate.

  • Refrigerator
    There is access to a fridge, which is shared with guests in the Flying Tent and the Wilderness Shelter.

  • Dishwashing sink
    There is a sink in the primitive outdoor kitchen behind the cabin.

  • Kitchen
    Behind the cabin there is a primitive outdoor kitchen.

  • Dining table
    It is possible to eat both inside and outside.

  • Cooking basics
    There is equipment so you can manage in the primitive outdoor kitchen.

  • Dishes and cutlery

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire basket

  • Fireplace

  • Bed linen, pillow and duvet
    There are pillows and duvets. You must bring your own bed linen.

Heating

  • Electrical heating
    The cabin is heated with a heat pump.

Pet-friendly

  • Pets allowed
    Dogs must always be kept on a leash on the site. There is a dog park near the site.

Parking

  • Parking on site
    It is approximately 25 m to walk from the parking lot

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

  • Indoor seating area

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none

Pets allowed: no

Max. people
2 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The Wilderness Shelter

  • Shelter

The shelter is nicely decorated with reindeer skins and hooks of antlers. The stove is the optimal place to place the jug with the evening coffee. Fireplace and table-bench set by the shelter.

from € 25.46 per night
Max. people
3 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The wilderness shelter

  • Shelter

    Shelter

The shelter is nicely decorated with reindeer skins and hooks of antlers. The stove is the optimal place to place the jug with the evening coffee. Fireplace and table-bench set by the shelter.

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods: Yearly 23-10 → 31-03

Min. number of nights: 1

Child price applies from this age: 0

Child price applies to this age: 18

Min. number of days that can be booked in advance: 1

Food and drink

  • BBQ
    At the Vildmarksshelteren there is a campfire, over which you can place a grill grate.

  • Refrigerator
    There is access to a refrigerator, which is shared with guests in the 8th Wonder and the Flying Tent.

  • Dining table
    At the shelter you can sit at a table-bench set. If you want to sit indoors, you can sit in the Pavillion or Pejsestuen.

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire basket

  • Fireplace

  • Decorative lights
    There are kerosene lamps.

Pet-friendly

  • Pets allowed
    Dogs must always be kept on a leash on the site. There is a dog park near the site.

Parking

  • Parking on site
    It is approximately 50 m to walk from the parking lot

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none

Pets allowed: no

Max. people
3 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The yurt with the sloping door

  • Yurt

Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

from € 93.81 per night
Max. people
4 persons
Pitches
1 pitch

The yurt with the sloping door

  • Yurt

    Yurt

Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm

Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods: Yearly 23-10 → 31-03

Min. number of nights: 1

Child price applies from this age: 0

Child price applies to this age: 18

Min. number of days that can be booked in advance: 1

Food and drink

  • BBQ
    At the table-bench set outside, there is a fire pit which can also be used as a barbecue.

  • Wood-fired oven
    The yurt is heated with a cozy wood-burning stove with glass on the side.

  • Refrigerator
    In the yurt, there is a primitive kitchen with a fridge.

  • Dishwashing sink
    There is a sink in the primitive kitchen in the yurt.

  • Kitchen
    There is a primitive kitchen in the yurt.

  • Dining table
    It is possible to eat both inside and outside.

  • Gas stove
    There is a gas stove in the yurt.

  • Cooking basics
    There is equipment so you can manage in the primitive kitchen.

  • Dishes and cutlery

Comfort & Fun

  • Fire bowl

Electricity

  • Electricity
    There are lights and electrical outlets in the yurt.

Pet-friendly

  • Pets allowed
    Dogs must always be kept on a leash on the site. There is a dog park near the site.

In case of rain

  • Covered kitchen
    Food can be cooked indoors in the yurt over two gas burners.

Parking

  • Parking on site
    It is approximately 25 m to walk from the parking lot

Views

  • Sunrise view

Seating area

  • Picnic table

  • Outdoor seating area

  • Indoor seating area

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none

Pets allowed: no

Max. people
4 persons
Pitches
1 pitch
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Your host, Henrik

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With me you can find accommodation in a traditional shelter, in the Flying Tent, in the cabin "The 8th Wonder" or maybe an original Kyrgyz yurt? The cottage and the yurt can also be rented in the winter. During the winter months, the shelter is free to use.

I have a broad experience in outdoor life. Today I own Birkelund Camping & Outdoor, which I am trying to pull in a new exciting direction.

Tips

  • Skjern Å offers fantastic salmon fishing.

  • Hiking in Skjern Enge is always magnificent.

  • Storegade 16 - 18 (about one and a half kilometers from the square) is run by two local women. Here you get hand-turned ceramics and recycled yarn.

  • The local pubs near the train station.

  • We recommend "Stuen th" approximately 7 km from the square in the neighboring town of Skjern.

Surroundings

What you can find in the area
  • River or stream

  • Urban area

  • Forest

Ways to spend the day
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    Hiking

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    Cycling

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    Wine or beer tasting

What you can find in the area

  • River or stream

    There are a few kilometers to Skjern Å with its fantastic salmon fishing.
  • Urban area

    It is approximately 2 km to the city centre.
  • Forest

    There is a forest within walking distance of the square.
  • Wetlands

    Skjern Enge with a rich bird life is close to the square.
  • Vineyard

    There is local wine production, as well as beer brewing and distilling of gin and whiskey. In August, the spirits festival Spritz is held in Skjern. Transport by train is possible.
  • Caves

    The approx. 90 km to Mønsted and Daugbjerg Kalkgruber is definitely worth the drive.

Ways to spend the day

  • Hiking

    In the square you scan QR codes with reference to lots of walks.
  • Cycling

    There is a cycle path right outside the square.
  • Wine or beer tasting

  • Swimming

    In the swimming hall in Tarm. In Skjern Bådehavn. In the fjord or the sea.
  • Sightseeing

    Sightseeing in Skjern Enge is possible.
  • Visiting nearby towns

    There are several towns that are worth a visit.
  • Wildlife watching

  • Fishing

    Skjern Å offers one of the best fishing waters for salmon.
  • Making a campfire

    There are several places where you can make a campfire.
  • Outdoor cooking

  • Wildlife observation

    Hedgehogs and hares are regularly seen. Sometimes a deer comes by. Breeding woodpeckers in the northern lee fence. It is a fantastic sight when the majestic sea eagles sometimes soar over pl

Sustainability

  • Waste separation

  • Heat pump

  • Water-saving measures

Is a member of VildMedVilje to increase biodiversity.
We do not have any tourist brochures in paper form. Scan QR codes for the recommended attractions.

Additional info

Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 14 days before check-in will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excluding Campspace fees). If they cancel between 7 and 14 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Rules

none


Checking in and out

Check-in between: 3:00 pm–9:00 pm
Check-out between: 8:00 am–12:00 pm

Closing periods

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