Skoklostervägen 47, 749 96 Skokloster
About the campsite
Beautifully situated in a cultural and historical setting on the Skohalvön, between Stockholm and Uppsala, you will find Skokloster Camping. The campsite has its own beach by Lake Mälaren, which is shallow and perfect for people of all ages. Skokloster Camping has over 180 camping pitches and tent pitches along with a number of cosy cottages. All pitches are on hilly terrain in mixed woodland and are bordered by birch woodland at the entrance to the campsite. There is also a hotel adjacent to the restaurant which can be booked. In the service buildings you will find all the modern facilities you need for a pleasant stay. The reception is manned between Mon-Sun 08:00- 20:00 in high season and Mon-Fri 17:00-20:00 in low season. It is also possible to order a breakfast package with coffee and tea for those who wish to do so.
There is no lack of activities at Skokloster Camping. With its location between Stockholm and Uppsala but in the middle of nature, it really is a perfect place for those who want to combine city life with nature. Restaurant Sjökrogen, located in the middle of the campsite with a wonderful terrace, gives you a view of the water and the opportunity to experience the beautiful sunset over Lake Mälaren and Sjöö Castle. The restaurant has full rights and delicious food - don't miss it!
The beach is also equipped with a variety of obstacle courses and bouncy castles which are very popular with children of all ages. Fishing is also free here with a fine fishing lake stretching around the area. You can also hire a boat if you want to get out on Lake Mälaren. Skokloster Camping also offers mini golf and boules.
Close to Skokloster Camping is one of Northern Europe's most famous nature reserves, which makes up large parts of the peninsula, Here you will find great hiking trails and exercise tracks. The preserved mixed forest in the characteristic Mälardalen landscape is full of rune stones and other ancient monuments, making it easy to forget about time.
Skokloster Castle is another highlight and a must for those staying at Skokloster Camping. The castle is best known for being perhaps the world's foremost Baroque museum. The castle's history stretches all the way back to 1654 when the Count and Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Wrangel started building the castle. It is also one of Sweden's largest private palaces and for many marks the most successful period of the Swedish Great Power. Everything is very well preserved here with a large collection of art, weapons, furniture, textiles and other items that symbolised the period between 1550 - 1830. Just near the castle is also Skokloster Church, which dates from the 13th century. Skokloster Camping really offers the most in its surroundings.
As if that wasn't enough, you are only 60 km from Stockholm and 50 km from Uppsala. The country's capital and the country's oldest city are two cities that hardly need a detailed description.
Facilities at the campsite
Facilities at the campsite
Good to know
Skokloster Camping is not far from Stockholm, so the connections are very good. Here you can take connecting buses directly from the capital or from Uppsala. Getting to Stockholm and then on to Skokloster is of course easy from wherever you are in the country. The small cosy roads to Skokloster Camping and all the cosy camping pitches the resort offers, of course, also make campervans and caravans a perfect way to travel.
Although Skokloster Camping has a wide range of pitches, they usually get booked up quickly during the summer months. Some periods are booked early in the year. In other words, it's important to be out early when booking your stay at this summer gem.
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