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Veen Gardscamping is located at Veen in Bjerkreim municipality just by the famous river of Bjerkreimselva. It is located some 45 kilometres north of Egersund, 20 kilometres from Vikeså and 8 kilometres from Byrkjedal on the district road 503 (fv503). 

The camp site has one large cabin at around 60 km2. It was built in 1995 and is bright and nicely decorated with three bedrooms, bath, kitchen, TV (NRK), freezer, fridge and hot and cold water. With this cabin a boat is included. 

In addition there are nine smaller cabins with four beds, fridge, cooking hob and a coffee maker. Sanitary building with hot and cold water, shower and toilets (also toilets suitable for disabled) are nearby. 

Veen Gardscamping welcomes all guests; tourists, school groups, kinder gardens just to mention some. For day visits please ring and make appointments.

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