Experience Nærøyfjorden with Gudvangen Camping

Experience beautiful nature and steep mountainsides in Gudvangen, surrounded by the UNESCO world heritage site Nærøyfjorden. Gudvangen Camping offers accommodation in cabins of different sizes and options, as well as space for camping trailers, RVs, and tents. The camping site has a great location with a view of Kielsfossen in the beautiful Nærøydalen valley. You can also enjoy access to shared bathroom facilities, a washing machine/dryer, and our barn with seating and activities. Reserve your cabin/room or spot for RV and camping trailer online or contact us for more information. Welcome to us!


We have 6 cabins with shared sanitary facilities, single standard 15 sqm (alt.1). 4 large winter isolated cottages with 2 bedrooms and a private bathroom and well equipped kitchen. 40 sqm (alt.2). 5 cabins winter insulated with a bedroom, bathroom and mini kitchen 25 sqm. Cabin alt. 1 was built in the 60's and refurbished in retrospect. Cabin alt. 2 and 3 are built between 2004-2012.
Dogs are welcome with us, but for cottages with bathrooms it is only on request!


In Gudvangen you are surrounded by beautiful nature and steep hillsides. We are situated only 800 meters from the ferry and Nærøyfjorden. Nærøyfjorden was selected by UNESCO in 2006. The gas station, grocery store and the viking city of Njardarheim is within short distance from the campsite.

Utsikt mot Nærøyfjorden
Utsikt mot Nærøyfjorden
Utsikt mot Kielsfossen
En regnbue over Gudvangen Camping


Camping site with space for both camping trailers, RVs, and tents. There is access to shared bathroom facilities with shower facilities. For showers, you can buy a token at the reception. We offer accommodation in camping cabins or space for tents and RVs. The camping site has a great location with a view of Kielsfossen in the beautiful Nærøydalen valley. In Gudvangen, you are surrounded by stunningly beautiful nature and steep mountainsides. The ferry terminal and Nærøyfjorden are only 800 meters away. Nærøyfjorden was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2006. Gas station and shop are just a stone's throw away, as is the Viking village Njardarheim.
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