In the Camping site
Valdres Folk Museum is our nearest neighbour and occupies 25.7 acres on Storøya, with close to 100 buildings and facilities, as well as approx. 20,000 artefacts. The museum is Norway’s fourth largest open-air museum. At the museum you may enjoy guided tours in several languages, folk music and dance, genuine Valdres food, and much more.
Strandefjorden and the river Neselva are situated close to the camping site, offering excellent opportunities to fish for trout, whitefish and perch. There are many other excellent fishing grounds in Valdres, in both the lowlands and up in the mountains. Generally, trout is the most popular species.
From right outside the camping site, you can hop on a bike and cycle along the course of the old railway line, which has now been asphalted. This runs all the way to Bjørgo station. This is one of many great bike rides that Valdres can offer.
Kviteberg cotter’s farm is a popular hiking destination for our guests. The last cotter left Kviteberg in 1936. Follow the cotters’ footsteps and witness the magnificent view, 1 km from the camping site.
Fagernes town centre is within walking distance from the camping site. This is much appreciated by camper van tourists. The local supermarket can be easily reached on foot, while the camper van can be left at the camping site. The regional centre of Fagernes offers excellent shopping options, nightlife, cafes, cinema, bowling, restaurants, etc. Enjoy the rural town atmosphere!