We do everything in our power to make you as safe and nice a stay as possible.
With thousands of guests every year - and with the wish of giving you a very pleasant stay - we need to be very strict regarding order and safety. We have developed our own rules based on more than 50 years of experience in managing this campsite, but of course we also follow the rules and references of the Danish authorities.
Our service buildings are cleaned at least twice a day during high season. Pay attention to the staff and do not use toilet and kitchens when they are doing their job.
Please note that waste containers are for ordinary household waste only. You must according to Danish legislation sort your waste into 10 categories. Cleaning of fish must be done at our fish cleaning area by building A. To avoid odor nuisance, wrap fish waste in airtight bags. Pick up dog shit and do not throw trash on the ground. See more on the webpage of Ministry of environment of Denmark.
Do not leave the dog alone, as it’s barking can be of nuisance to your neighbors. Loud music must not be played during the day, just as there must be quietness on campsite from 23 to 8 o’clock.
Play ball on the fields, for example on the beach, where e.g., water pistols also belong. Take care of the children, drive a maximum of 15 km/h, and avoid unnecessary driving at campsite. Park one car per site and not on available neighbor sites.
We do a lot to look after each other here on the campsite, so it is important we all comply with applicable safety regulations.
According to the fire regulations, sites may only be fenced on 3 sides. You may not set up your own wooden fences or establish garden gates. Small movable wire fences to keep the dog inside is allowed but must be approved by the camp manager and removed when the unit is unoccupied. Illegal fences will be removed.
There may ONLY be tool tents between the units if the rule can be observed. A tool tent must be close to your own or a neighbour's vehicle, but there must always be at least 3 m to the nearest other unit. The same rules apply to pavilions and annex carriages on double sites.
We have fire hydrants located all over the site - pay attention to where the closest one is in relation to your site. Defibrillators hang at the reception and the motorcycle exhibition. See the sitemap...
Eric Christensen, Camp manager