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Bogstad Camping Photo: NAF/Bogstad Camping
Bogstad Camping Photo: NAF/Bogstad Camping
Bogstad Camping Photo: NAF/Bogstad Camping
Bogstad Camping Photo: NAF/Bogstad Camping

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Year-round camping site at Bogstad, a nine-kilometre bus ride from the city centre of Oslo.

Norway's largest camping site has room for approx. 800 units, of which 300 are caravan sites with power outlets. 38 of the spaces are specially adapted for caravans.

Bogstad has 55 cabins of varying sizes and standards. 36 of them are insulated cabins with televisions, and 16 of these have a shower and toilet.
There are also 19 summer cottages.

Bogstad has two sanitary facilities, a mini golf course, a beach volleyball court and a playground, and is just a five-minute walk from Bogstadvannet lake. The slopes at Oslo Winter Park are just 3 kimoletres away, and lighted cross-country skiing trails run through the area.

Gas station, café and general store.

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  • Camping Camping
  • Cottages & Holiday houses Cottages & Holiday houses

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Mon - Sun

Transportation


Bus No.32 > Bogstad Camping

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Bogstad Camping

Year-round camping site at Bogstad, a nine-kilometre bus ride from the city centre of Oslo. Norway's largest camping site has room for approx. 800...

Bogstad Camping

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