Ula Camping is situated in idyllic Ula between Larvik and Sandefjord.
Ula Camping is regulated for tents Season 1.5 - 15.9. and is a car-free and family-friendly area in beautiful surroundings. Nice sandy beaches, and rocky mountains.
There is no booking for tents or hammocks and you are free to choose your own place in the area marked for camping. Tents and hammocks can not be set up in the beach zone marked with white rings on the trees. The fire regulations require 4 meters between the tents. There are 90 tent sites plus an area reserved for hammocks. The whole area is car-free and it is important to follow the check-in instructions on the websites. Check-in on the website on arrival with a tent number available at the reception.
Arrival and parking
On arrival, park your car temporarily at the parking at Ula Port (by payment). Follow the walkway 300 meters to the beach and reception. You may use the trolleys for your luggage. There are free parking spaces located in the forest near the campsite, these are marked on the map which you may find on the website.
There is older facilities with toilets, washbasins, showers and a simple kitchen solution on site. The garbage container is next to the toilet facility.
Ula camping has a kiosk and pizzeria, open every day during the school holidays. The chefs make stoneoven-baked Italian pizza that can be enjoyed in the outdoor terrace or at the beach. In the kiosk you will also find the famous waffles.
There are possibilities for a washing machine in a service building in Ula harbor that belongs to Ula Vel. There is also a small shop in Ula that is open during the school holidays. It 6 km to nearest COOP or Joker.
In the area around Ula there are many nice trails and small roads. A good starting point for hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, diving, bouldering and much more.
Ula Camping has spaces for tents only.
In Ula Guest Harbour there is parking spaces without electricity. For information: Ula Vel (in norwegian language only). The Cottages in Ula can only be booked privately. For information: Ula Hyttegrend (in norwegian language only)