Rigtig rar afslappet campingfatter der er hjælpsom, og som ikke plastrer pladsen til med diverse forbud og henstillinger. Ældre plads i pæne omgivelser uden luksus men rent. Vi brugte pladsen som udgangspunkt for diverse ture i det skønne Rold Skov område , og kommer helt sikkert igen.
Hoewel de camping zeker enige vernieuwing behoeft, het sanitair aardig verouderd is blijft de plek van de camping grandioos. Om de hoek ligt het prachtige Rond Skov en maak er een rondwandeling. Prachtig!!
We rented a cabin in this camping just dor one night. The cabin was super old, abandoned, no refurbishment or care taken at least in the last 20 years. Both the camping and the showers were really dirty. No paper or soap in the toilets! Owners would do better letting other people with more interest run this place.
After getting caught in a nasty rainstorm on our way to Hobro on bikes we decided to just try to get shelter for the night at the nearest camp only 2 km off the main road. Turns out this was a bad idea entirely. First it was 2km straight uphill on curvy roads in the pouring rain. When we finally got to the camp we needed a cabin because we were soaked. Given that these were the most expensive cabins on our entire cycling vacation in Denmark we expected some level of quality, but sadly we were extremely disappointed. The cabin was old-looking, creaky and extremely dirty. There were what looked like old coffee grains in the sink, dusty floors and a dirty bedsheet on the bed. To make matters worse, the cabin was cold. Basically none of our soaked clothes dried that night. Then when we went to shower and try to get a little warmer, the grotto-like bathrooms with a million dead spiders basically gave 4min of showertime for 5kr, there was no place to dry hands in the toiletts and no handsoap either. Last but not least, food was a difficult matter in the area. The only grocery store was the one located on camp, also known as the reception office. They had a small selection of groceries. Mostly alcohol though. Then when we asked about restaurants in the area, turned out there were about 4-5 and they were all fancy places (not exactly fit for cyclist who haven't packed a lot of nice clothes). Hungry and desperate we ended up going in to a restaurant and asking if it was at all possible to take-away food since we didn't feel like we could sit there. Thankfully they let us take-away food (STEAK, I've never had steak take-away). No doubt, if you're a cityslicker who wishes to get away from society and retreat to the deserted hills of Denmark AND you have a car - feel free to come here. Otherwise, I'd keep away.…