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Looking at the campsite map you have the water at the top and Kalundborgvej at the bottom. The main building contains most facilities: Reception and shop (with café and bakery), laundry, art-gallery, nursery room, Courtyard garden (with handicap toilet, shared fridge, lounge corner etc.), ladies’ and men’s bath section as well as a pavilion with family baths (and chemical toilet and fish / grill cleaning area at the back of the building).
There is also a service building further to the north, though without bathing facilities. Here is a smaller kitchen, toilets – also handicap toilet, and chemical toilet at the back of the building, to empty the cassette from the camping toilet.
The area we call Prairie (because there was a fire 30 years ago, so there aren’t that many old trees here) lies to the right of the rear service building, from pitch numbers 99 to 130. Here you will find our new BIG SIZE pitches 99, 102 and 103, suitable for the very large caravans – also because they are easy to acces. In place 113 the Prairie wagon
is situated. Everyone is welcome to use it, just remember to clean up. Adults are responsible for their children here, as well as all over the campsite.
At the Prairie waste station, closer to the mainroad, there are drain for gray water, so here, for example, car campers can get rid of used water from the autocamper or caravan, and get fresh water on.
There are three playgrounds (the round icon with the child). The playground you first meet is with bouncy pillow, swings, climbing wall and quiet play house, “Havhuset”.
In the middle of the campsite you will find a natural playground with lovely views, and at the northern end of the campsite there is a new playground for the smaller children – we call it “The Ship”.
We also have a nature workshop caravan with bonfire and rabbit cage next to “Gårdhaven” and Cabin 1. “Naturværkstedet” is open all the time and manned on Saturday afternoon during the high season.
In addition, there is a hammock park by the large oak (marked by three red figures on the map).