Camping in Småland
ENJOY THE FREEDOM of a camping holiday. Relax and do whatever you like whenever you like. Take each day as it comes – it is easy to stay or move on. Småland is a province of contrasts. Stay near a busy town or in the middle of the peaceful countryside. Discover the open sea and the deep pine forests, the plains and the uplands, still lakes and ancient oak woods. At the end of your holiday, you will have some truly wonderful memories to take with you home – maybe of that special canoeing trip, bicycle ride or hike, when you were following a waymarked route or simply decided to follow your nose.
IN SMÅLAND, YOU ARE NEVER FAR FROM a great bathing site and adventure for the whole family. On the camping site, your children will make new friends and there are lots of exciting things to do every day: make your own fishing rod and catch something for dinner, or spend a day with Pippi Longstocking at Astrid Lindgren’s World. Visit the Kingdom of Crystal and watch skilled glassblowers turning red-hot molten glass into beautiful bowls and vases, or try your luck at panning for gold. If you need a break, call in at a coffee shop where you can smell the freshly-baked cakes before you even step through the door.
IN SMÅLAND, THE BLEND OF PEACE and quiet and a vast range of activities which the whole family can enjoy provides an ideal holiday. And as long as the children are having a good time, so will the adults.
In the winter, you can swap your canoe for a pair of skates and travel swiftly across the shiny, frozen lakes to explore wintertime Småland. Some camping sites are open all year round.
CAMPING SMÅLAND IS A PARTNERSHIP between many of the camping sites in the province. Many are small and informal, but all offer a high level of quality and hospitality. Caring for the environment is something which comes naturally to the people of Småland, and you will find recycling points and composting facilities at many of our camping sites. We ensure that any cleaning agents, paper and other products used will not harm the environment. We try to avoid disposable packaging, and we buy locally-produced products.