If you love the outdoors, you should definitely spend a night in one of our cosy shelters.
he camp site is situated in the middle of the park, close to brown bears, red deer and sea eagles. We have put together an exciting visit with both time on your own and with a guide. The guide will take you on a guided tour of the park, where you can learn more about all the fascinating animals.
The shelters are 12,5 m2 each and can normally fit a maximum of 8 people pr. shelter. As there is currently a space requirement of 4 m2 per person, only 3 people can be accommodated per shelter.
The openings face east, and most days the wind will come from west or southwest.
At the campsite you will find an outdoor kitchen with a table and chairs, and gear to cook you meal over a campfire.
Program and schedule
- Arrival in the park’s opening hours, and no later than 15.30
- 16.00-18.00 Guided tour in the park
- 18.00: Dinner that you cook yourself
- 19.00: – 21.00 Exploring the park or hangout by the campfire
- 21.00: Goodnight
- 08.30 the next day: Breakfast in the café
- 09.00 The campsite needs to be vacated and all luggage removed. However, you can stay in the park the rest of the day.
Notice that it’s not possible to leave the park before 9:30 the next day, as the park and the parking lot is locked when the last guest leaves in the evening.
- Meals included
Breakfast is included in your overnight stay, but the other meals are your own responsibility.
You cook dinner yourself in the outdoor kitchens, on the barbecue or on the campfire. You can bring your own or order something from The Loghouse Café. If you order from the café, you will still need to cook some of it yourself.
- Cooking dinner
It doesn’t matter if you bring your own food or you order from our café, you will need to do the final cooking on you own. You can cook the food on the grill/barbecue, over the campfire or in the primitive outdoor kitchen.
We encourage our guests staying by the shelter to cook their food over the campfire, so you can stay close to the shelter and the outdoor kitchen.
- Bring your own camping gear
You will need to bring camping gear yourself. This means sleeping pads or air mattress, sleeping bags, head pillow and warm clothes.
- Transport of luggage
Both campsite are situated in the middle of the park, and you will have to walk from you car to the campsite. We will loan you handcarts to transport your luggage, which you will need to return to the entrance upon departure.
It’s not possible to transport luggage to the campsites by car.
- Bathroom facilities
There are restrooms in walking distance from both campsites.
There’s no access to a shower.
- Several groups in the park
Several groups can book a sleepover in the park at once. However, there will only be one group per shelter and in our Saami tent/Lavvu at a time, so you will not need to share sleeping facilities.
If there are several groups staying overnight in the park, they all share the guide. You can check the time schedule for either the Saami Tent or the Shelters to see when the guide spends time with you group.
The groups staying in the three shelters share the facilities there. However, there is a site for a campfire and picnic table for each group.
- Arrival and departure
When you order an overnight stay in the park, you’re of course allowed to spend the whole two days of arrival and departure.
Therefore, you can arrive the first day from the park opens at 10.00 and stay till the park closes the next day.
- Access to the campsite
In most cases you will have access to the campsite from the moment you arrive on the first day.
The next day the shelter campsite need to be cleared and departed by 9.00 and the Saami tent campsite by 9.30, so the staff can clean the campsites before the park opens at 10.00.
- Leaving the park after hours
It’s not possible to leave the park from an overnight stay before 9.30 the next day. On rare occasions or with prior permission it may be possible. The whole park and the parking lot is locked during the night. The guide is busy with the groups staying overnight and will be hard-pressed to let people out during the evening.
- Shared between all groups
- Grill/barbecue by the playground
- Restrooms in walking distance from both camp sites. There’s no access to a shower.
- Facilities – shelter campsite
Remember, that if several groups stay at the shelter campsite at a time, they will share these facilities.
- Outdoor kitchen
- Electric kettle
- Sink with cold water
- 2 hot plates
- Coffee maker
- Plates and cutlery for 25 people
- Spot for campfire, firewood and equipment for lighting the fire (1 set for each shelter)
- Tripod, pot and pan to cook over the fire (1 set for each shelter)
If you don’t order food with the accommodation, you will also need to bring pans, pots, kitchen knives, cutting board, tea towels, kitchen roll, dishwashing soap and brush.
- Outdoor kitchen