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Oslo Fjordcamp

Oslo Fjordcamp Photo: NAF/Oslo Fjordcamp
Oslo Fjordcamp Photo: NAF/Oslo Fjordcamp

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Campground in Hvervenbukta, nine kilometres southeast of the city centre.

Oslo Fjordcamp has spaces for RVs, caravans and tents. There are 100 spaces in total, 50 of which have access to electricity.

The camp's beautiful surroundings next to the Oslo Fjord make it perfect for leisure activities such as swimming, fishing and walking.

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  • Camping Camping

Hours

6/20/2015 - 8/20/2015
Mon - Sun

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Train > Hauketo st./ bus no. 76 > Hvervenbukta

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  • Cooking facilities
  • Power socket
  • Shop

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Oslo Fjordcamp

Campground in Hvervenbukta, nine kilometres southeast of the city centre. Oslo Fjordcamp has spaces for RVs, caravans and tents. There are 100 space...

Oslo Fjordcamp

Source: Visitnorway

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