Norway, Buskerud, ÅlHallingdal between Oslo and Bergen is known as a hot spot for nature and sports lovers. For those who enjoy cultural experiences it offers a stave church dating from 1192. Hallingdal Feriepark, located in the heart of the valley, was founded in 2013. The luxurious campsite is easily accessible, yet situated in a quiet location on highway riksvegen 7. It is remarkable on account of its exceptional architecture, extraordinary facilities including an indoor play area and fantastic holiday homes featuring all-glass fronts and a view of the river dam. If you like something a little more exotic, you can even rent a house on stilts and experience glamping at its best. Since the campsite is opened year round, unusual winter sports activities like kite skiing are in competition with the colourful summer programme in the Nordic countryside. Hallingdal Feriepark is an independent holiday destination offering a complete holiday. Children in particular look forward to experiencing a farming environment and the highest slide in Norway – not the only superlative waiting for you at this LeadingCamping.
BuskerudThe local museum in Ål is located on a farm dating from the 17th century. Several old buildings were moved to the farm, which is why today the museum consists of 30 buildings altogether. The different houses show the way earlier generations lived in Ål.