Camp Fagerli

Fiske, Natur, Caravan og Camping

 

 

 

WELCOME TO

 

CAMP FAGERLI

The camping is located close to Fjellfroskvatn in the middle of Troms, Norway

Camp Fagerli is a great base for good experiences in the nature

The area around Fjellfroskvatn is perfect for hiking and fishing.

There are several rivers and fishing waters just outside the camp.

 

 

The camp is open in the summer season from May to October

You are welcome with a tent, campingcar/ motorhome or a caravan

All our caravan spots have electricity

 

During the summer season, we rent out boats and canoes.

 

In the summer this area is particularly popular for fishermen, both in the fresh water and in the river that flows out of Fjellfroskvatn.

In the rivers near the camp its possible to fish trout, grayling and salmon.

There are several trails in the area -in the mountains, in the woods and along the river. There are also some nice beaches around the lake and some small lakes nearby with nice temperatures for swimming.

 

In the fall cranberries, black currants, cloudberries and blueberries ripens -so bring a small pail when visiting us at this time of the year.

 

In winter, the ice on the water and the surrounding area perfect for ice skating, ice fishing, kiting, aurora photographing, sledding

and ski jumping.

Description

Period

Prices NOK

CAMPING

 

 

Wintercamping

01.09 - 01.06

7.000,-

Campingcar inclusive electricity

per night

250,-

Caravan inclusive electicity

per night

250,-

Tent

per night

100,-

 

 

 

LODGING

 

 

Skogsbue (2 persons)

per night

350,-

Gamme (2-6 persons)

per night

400,-

Caravan include electricty

(max 4 (5) persons)

per night

650,- / 600,-

Lavvo

per night

1000,-

 

 

 

EXTRA

 

 

Sheets

per set

50,-

Towels

1

15,-

Cleaning caravan

 

350,-

Wood i 60 liters

 

65,-

Boat (include lifewests)

hour / 24 hours

50,- / 350

Cano (include lifewests and 2 paddles)

hour / 24 hours

50,- / 350,-

Nettsiden er bygget av Annika Myrseth

Foto: Susan Ryeng, Øystein Solbakken, Jarle Visnes, Annika Myrseth

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