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Unkervatnet

A large recreational free-area with a sandy beach.

This freecamp site can hold many campers and has a large grassy campground, perfect for spending the night in a tent.

Unkervatnet is a lake located in Hattfjelldal municipality in Nordland. It is located west of Skardmodalen within the Skardmodalen nature reserve. The reserve is established to protected and preserve a highly conserved and unaffected continental coniferous forest site with rare species and forest types.

The nearest village is Hattfjelldal about 17 km to the north with rich Sami traditions.

65.5119, 14.1406

Type : Freecamp
Surface: Gras, sand
Spaces : >10
Length : <10m

You can find more sites and information in our bookseries “FreeCampers Guide” page 180 – Nordland, Troms og Finnmark site #10.

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Kjekallen

Freecamp and rest-area in Masfjorden municipality in Hordaland county.

A large area with mainly gravel near Kjekallen bridge. Great hiking, bathing and fishing opportunities in the area. The name “Masfjorden” is derived from Old Norse  (Matrsfjǫrðr) wich means “The fjord full of food (fish)”.  

Please watch this video wich captures the beauty of this this part of Norway in a brilliant way….

60.7072, 5.4182

Type : Freecamp
Surface: Gravel
Spaces : >10
Length : >12m

Pictures from Kjekallen

You can find more sites and information in our bookseries “FreeCampers Guide”

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Jekthamna

Small freecamp site nearby cemetery.

Great views over the sea and a sandy white beach. Located at the northern part of the island Senja (The fairytale island) in the small fjord called Botnhamn. Senja is Norway’s second largest island. The anglers will like it in one of the small fishing villages where fishing is the way of life. Senja are surrounded by high mountains and the deep, blue Atlantic Ocean. The picture above are taken in Botnhamn at 2 am – beutiful midningt sun. You will find more freecamp sites at Senja in the book “Freecampers Guide to Norway”

 

69.5575, 17.9068

Type : Freecamp
Surface: Gravel
Spaces : 3
Length : <8m

Visit Senja

You can find more sites and information in our bookseries “FreeCampers Guide”

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Skulerudsjøen

End stop for historic narrow-gauge railway and starting point for the Halden Canal system

The site are located in the heart of the wilderness in the south-eastern Norway. Both the canal and the railway are remnants from the mid to late 1800s.

See our suggested journy along the Halden canal.

There are two possibilities to stay overnight at this site. One site at the rest area at 59.6684, 11.5523 and the more organized site at the “museum” part at 59.6698, 11.5471. At the museum part of this site you can hook up to electricity, empty the toilet and fill up with freshwater. There are even a toilet and shower facility at this site. There are a small fee for using the electricity and toilet facilities.

The old shelter for the locomotives are still standing, and some of the narrowgauge rails are beeing rebuilt. If you are interested in more information and looking more closely at the locomotives, you can travel to Finstadbru (59.9399, 11.4336) or Sørumsand (59.9865, 11.2457) which are other stations on the Urskog-Høland railway. At Sørumsand it is also possible to travel with the old steam locomotives on the weekends during the summer months.

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59.6684, 11.5523

Type : Freecamp
Surface: Gravel
Spaces : 5
Length : <10m

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Beatiful scenery

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Caravans OK

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Possibilities for bathing

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Freshwater fishing

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Firepit or grill

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Picnic table

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Trash disposal

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Open/accessible all year

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Near point of interest

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Forest area

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Toilets

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Electricity

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Freshwater available

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Chem-toilet disposal

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Footpaths