Well-maintained campsite right on the beautiful Mjosa Lake. Many facilities for children. Ideal base for visiting the beautiful cities of Lillehammer, Hamar and Gjovik.
Sveastranda Camping in Gjovik in the Oppland (South) region:
This well cared campsite is situated on a wonderful location right on Lake Mjosa, the largest lake in Norway with a length of no less than 117 km! Paved pitches are available for campers on Sveastranda Camping, but there are also plenty of grassy pitches. Apartments, bungalows and cabins are rented on the campsite.
At Sveastranda Camping:
The campsite has a large number of facilities. You can check your e-mail or weather forecasts via the free WIFI connection, there is a small camping shop, you can order a tasty snack and fresh bread rolls are available in the morning. You will find a golf course a short distance from the campsite. Bad weather ? There is a recreation room (with TV) at the campsite.
Sports and game facilities:
Sveastranda Camping is a great location for families with children. The campsite has a sports field, a beautiful playground, you can rent go-karts and…. the campsite is located directly on Lake Mjosa. With a beautiful sandy beach and plenty of water sport options. In the summer there is a water trampoline. Top for kids! Speaking of top: pedal boats can be rented at the campsite. On the sandy beach and the sunbathing lawn you can sunbathe and then take a refreshing dip in the water of Lake Mjosa.
Due to the location of Sveastranda Camping directly on Lake Mjosa it is also a good place for sailing or windsurfing. Rowing boats can be rented at the campsite. Dad can catch a fish for the barbecue. Take a moment to relax on the water in the evening? Then rent a canoe at the campsite. If you're lucky, the oldest paddle steamer in Norway (Skibladner) will sail past the campsite.
Central location between Gjovik, Hamar and Lillehammer:
In 1994 the Winter Olympics were held in Norway. Sveastranda Camping is located approximately in the middle of the 3 Olympic cities of Gjovik, Hamar and Lillehammer. These cities are well worth a visit. There are also many "bad weather facilities" such as museums and covered shopping centers. Sveastranda Camping is located near the E6 on the left bank of the huge Mjosameer. Only a 2-hour drive from Oslo.
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