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Lessebo Camping


Djurhultsvägen, 365 33 Lessebo

About the campsite

Lessebo Camping is part of the Småland landscape. In the middle of the Glasriket, right next to Lake Läen, you will find this gem. There are a total of 30 pitches for caravans and motorhomes on the site, 22 of which are with electricity and 8 without. There are also several tent pitches if you prefer.

The campsite is quiet and family-friendly. There is a service building on site equipped with:

  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • Laundry facilities
  • Simple cooking facilities
  • Counter
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The reception is located at Lessebo Handpappersbruk 1.2 kilometres from the campsite. Here you can buy fishing licenses and it is also good to order breakfast packages with freshly baked bread, all to add a touch of gold to your life. The cosy café also serves Småland cheesecake with jam and cream or hearty sandwiches, salads and exciting pastries. When you're full and satisfied, head on over to the art exhibition or cultural scene, which offers a variety of concerts and events throughout the season. You can also take the opportunity to buy handmade, acid-free paper with or without a watermark at the Handpapierbruket.

Right next to the campsite you will find a nice communal bathing area with a wheelchair ramp, boat harbour and jetties. Our four-legged pets are of course welcome at the campsite, but unfortunately they are not allowed on the communal bathing area and are content to roam around the campsite.

The campsite is open from 1 May to 30 September.



The campsite organises a range of activities during the high season. Caroling, story times and yoga walks are just a few examples.

The campsite's fantastic location in the middle of the Kingdom of Glass makes it the perfect base when you want plenty of excursions within easy reach. In the centre of Lessebo you will find, for example, Lessebo Church from 1958 and Stenmagasinet - Lessebo's local history museum, the local history park in Hovmantorp and the Glassworks Museum, all of which reflect the history of the community from the 18th century to modern times. If you're feeling peckish, Kosta Outlet and Lädja Snickerimagasin are just around the corner.

If you like the outdoors and wilderness, there are plenty of adventures to be had. Åsens National Park in the municipality of Tingsryds and Alvesta, Grönåsens Älg- och Lantdjurspark 16.4 kilometres from Lessebo and Lövsjö Ängar in Kosta. If you have time to spare, a visit to Linnaeus' Råshult is recommended. The Komministergården is the birthplace of Carl Linnaeus.

For the culturally interested, there are also plenty of museums to visit. Some of these are:

  • The Glass Factory - An experiential and interactive glass museum 29.5 kilometres from the campsite.
  • Kyrkeby Distillery - Sweden's oldest distillery offering both guided tours and tastings. Kyrkeby Distillery is located 39.4 kilometres from Lessebo.
  • James Bond Museum - The name speaks for itself, 44 kilometres from the campsite you will find this museum.
  • The Fairy Tale Museum - The place for all oral stories, fairy tales and legends. 95.2 kilometres from the campsite.
  • IKEA Museum - Who wouldn't want to visit a part of Sweden's history in Älmhult, 98.5 km from Lessebo.
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Facilities at the campsite

Facilities at the campsite

Nearby activities

Nearby activities

Good to know

Before you arrive at Lessebo Camping, please stop by Lessebo Handpappersbruk to pick up the key to the electric locker. If you arrive after closing time, you can choose any available spot. Staff visit the campsite in the afternoons between 15:00-17:00. There is then the opportunity to settle all details.

A warm welcome to Lessebo Camping!

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