Big camping with 29 cabins and 13 rooms. Chemical toilet dumpingstation, playground, hiking trails, fast-food/kiosk and facilities for shower, laundry and cooking.
Bergen Camping Park is a family-friendly campsite only a short distance from Bergen and with good bus connections.
Bergen Camping Park offers 29 newly renovated cabins, all with wifi and cable-TV, with and without bathrooms, that accommodate 3 to 6 persons and some simple, small rooms for two persons, with a fridge and bunk beds. Shared kitchen and bathroom off the corridor.
Pitches for 45 camper vans/ caravans with electricity points, and space for 10 tents, all of which can enjoy the use of our modern sanitary facilities.
The whole campsite has wireless intermet and in the reception there is a small internet café.
NOTE: Price of tent and RV parking is "all inclusive" and includes showers, washing machines, dryers, wifi etc. Electricity NOK 40.
Welcome to Bergen Camping Park!
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Cabin||NOK575.00 one night|
|Motor home parking (all inclusive)||NOK240.00 one night|
|Tent site (all inclusive)||NOK170.00 1 day|
Tent/caravans: Electricity NOK 40
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