Goksøyr Camping

Goksøyr Camping is situated near the ascent to Norway's most southerly and easily accessable bird mountain. Not only an ideal place for those interested in nature, but also a support point, information advice center, problem solver and a base for the most types of tourist and traveller. Runde is ideally situated and easily accessable when it comes to harsh, beautiful nature on the Norwegian west coast. Where else can you find, for example, approximately 500.000 birds, most of them puffins, just around the corner? The host family has all the local knowledge and knows almost everything about everything. Please contact us!
Camp site
Classifications:
Cabins: 10
Classifications: A-E
Apartments: 1

Contact

Address: , 6096 Runde
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Email:
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Opening hours

All year open

01.05–30.09

Rates

We have basic rates:

RV160 NOK
Caravan + car160 NOK
Tent+car160 NOK
Tent + motorbike100 NOK
Tent, alone100 NOK
Adult40 NOK
Child, 4-12 years20 NOK
10
Cabins350—600 NOK
1
Apartments1200 NOK
Basic rates: Using separate rates for residential unit and persons.

Location

Dogs welcome
No. of decares (divide by 4 for acres: 5
Capacity: 50
Grassy
Deciduous forest
Mountain terrain

Sanitary

Separate hot water cubicles
Shower
Hairdryer
Family bath room
Electrical outlet
Mini-bathroom
Nursing room

Lots

Lot size not indicated:
Water supply: 5
Electric supply: 50

Service

Defibrillator
Credit cards accepted
Cooking facilities
Sink with hot water
Frying-oven
Micro-oven
Sink for laundry with hot water
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
Chemical tank disposal
Toilet emptying point
Common room
Internet access, wireless
Grocery shop
Kiosk
Slipway
Guest harbour

Activities

Bathing place
Playground
Surfboard
Scuba diving
Exercice track
Bicycle tracks
Nature walks
Barbecue
Angling

Technical Profile

Sanitary conditions
7 / 10
Lots
2 / 10
Service
5 / 10
Activities
4 / 10

About the Technical Profile

NAF Camp’s technical profile - bar graph. Now you will find markings for sanitary conditions, pitches, service and activities in the form of a bar graph. The judgement is arrived at based on working out values for the individual aspects, seen in relation to the capacity of the campsite. This information is obtained from the campsites and is not based on inspections made by NAF.