You are most welcome to stay the night at the Bushcraftfestivalen. For the well-being of both the festival and the neighbors; please respect the boundaries of the camping area. The festival's camping area is located on the festival grounds and offers a field-like over night stay on a grass surface. Each night cost 50 SEK per person per night (kids, 0-12 years, camp for free). Checking in is possible on site from Friday 14.00 (no pre-book is needed) just visit the festival's Information Tent upon arrival. Paying is possible via credit card or Swish after making contact with the camping area responsible on site. The camping area includes mobile toilets and field-like hygiene facilities. Limited space at the camping area means first come first served. If you book a weekend pass you are guaranteed a tent spot. The best way to camp is by bringing your tent. There are only a few trees available for hammocks.
Photo: Jonas Landolsi
You also have the possibility to rent your own Tipi (tent) inside the Tentipi Camp at the festival's camping area. This is a very convenient and nice way to enjoy these high quality mobile homes. The festival's Partner Tentipi is managing the booking. To book you spot inside the Tentipi Camp; click HERE.
A restaurant tent will be located on the festival's ground offering you lunch, fika and dinner. Payment made possible via credit card or Swish. There will also be a food truck present at the festival grounds; The Barbecue Truck will be at your service.
You're welcome to bring your canine as long as the friend is kept on a leach and you bring your own sanitary plastic bags.
Note that making an open fire is only allowed at the arranged outdoor fireplaces located inside the festival area. Any usage of outdoor stoves must be strictly managed according to fire safety regulations and the ground should be left in an intact condition. Please follow the festival crew's directives and take note of where the nearest fire extinguisher equipment is located. In case of any incident; the Management Group must be notified for the safety of all and for documentation.
Photo: Jonas Landolsi