Nice campsite located at only 2km. from the stave church and the center of Lom. Camping has many activities. Ideal campsite for families with children. Small swimming pool.
Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Activiteter in Lom in the Innlandet (Oppland) region
If you want to visit Lom, but prefer to camp in nature, Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter is a great alternative. The campsite is beautifully situated along the Otta river and has many attractions. There is a very nice climbing park on the campsite, a swimming pool with 2 slides and a "water adventure trail" in the Otta River. Really fun. Especially when you are on holiday with children.
At Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter
Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter has nice traditional cabins and various nice places to camp. There are a number of paved places for campers, but there is also a large field where you have all the space. And you can pitch your tent directly on the banks of the River Otta. Cool! The sanitary at Camping Nissegarden is not luxurious, but is very well maintained.
Campsite near Lom
Many visitors to Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter consciously choose a campsite just outside of Lom. Away from the bustle of the center of Lom, but with the cozy village within reach. At Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter you have the space in a beautiful spot along the Otta river. In Lom the old stave church is of course the absolute attraction, but in addition you will find many museums, shops, restaurants and pubs in Lom.
Central location for visiting Jotunheimen Nasjonal Park, Sognefjellet and Geiranger
The location of Camping Nissegarden Hytter og Aktiviteter is ideal if you want to have the time to explore the beautiful surroundings. The campsite is easily accessible from the E6 at Otta (in the direction of Lom) and therefore popular for campers who want to take walks in the Jotunheimen Nasjonal Park. If you are traveling with a tent or caravan, you can use the campsite as a base for beautiful tours, for example on the “55” which runs via the Sognefjellet along the Sognefjord or you can make a day trip to Geiranger.
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