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Ekeberg Camping

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Ostlandet, Norway.

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It seems impossible to be able to camp in such rural surrounds so close to a city the size of Oslo, but you can, and get a panoramic view of the city and the Oslo fjord to rival many hotels.

Some of the added extras this site offers are mini golf and horse riding, but it's close enough to some of Oslo's main attractions to be used as a base for a city break as well as a break in the great outdoors. Ekeberg is by no means a small and quiet camp though, it has 700 pitches and is quite nearby to Oslo's ring road. But a bus passes the site every 15 minutes so there's a convenience to the slight traffic rumble.

Written by  Andy Kinght.

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