A beautifully situated campsite in a watery environment. Ideal location for visiting Lysefjord and Kjerag. Paradise for hikers. Campsite with many facilities and various cabins.
Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping in Tjorhom in the (Vest-) Agder region
Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping is a reasonable size campsite with many seasonal pitches. But also with a number of nice places if you want to spend the night with a tent, caravan or camper. In addition, there are various cabins for rent. The campsite has a large playground with a trampoline and a large chess game. A camping shop and a restaurant (small menu) are also located at the reception. Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping is located in a watery environment. Tip: rent a canoe at the campsite and go out.
At Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping
If you are looking for a real family campsite, then Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping is the right place for you. The campsite has a restaurant (small menu), kiosk and café with a cozy terrace, a large playground with mini golf, trampoline and a large chess game. Bicycles and canoes can be rented at the campsite. In winter, cross-country skis (including boots and poles) are available for hire. New: nearby (1km.) you will find a bakery, where you can get fresh bread rolls in the morning.
Fishing, swimming, hiking, winter sports and canoeing in Sirdal
The beautiful surroundings of Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping invite to various activities. The campsite is located in the Sirdal where you can fish, swim and canoe in the various lakes and rivers and where you can take beautiful walks. Ask at the reception of the campsite for the hiking routes. Because Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping is open all year round, the campsite is also an excellent base for winter sports. In the immediate vicinity of the campsite there are various ski slopes and (illuminated) cross-country trails.
Visit Kjerag, Lysefjord and Preikestolen
Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping is only 42km. away of Kjerag, a mountain plateau which has become very famous for the stone which is wedged between 2 rocks and seems to float between the rocks. A walk to Kjerag – with a great view over the Lysefjord – is very popular. In Lysebotn you can take the ferry to Stavanger and sail under the Preikestolen – named the most beautiful viewpoint in the world according to Lonely Planet. From Haugen Hytteutleie og Camping, the Preikestolen is about 75km. to drive. A walk to the Preikestolen is slightly easier than a walk to Kjerag.
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