The Natural Escape for Vagabonds of the Northern Trail...

right on lake-snåsa of mid-norway

Exposed to the spectacle of the Northern Trail, you may want to slip into a more comforting scenery like the;

'VAGABONDS SANCTUARIUM of GREATER OLDERNÆS'

Escape the squared boredom of modernity on our, beyond ordinary, lakeside CAMP SPOTS or oldtime rental CABINS, -wich will supply new energy of wild contemplative nature. 

Acquiring the 'VAGABONDS DAYPASS to OLDERNES' will give access to all our basic nessesities for jolly living and some quite exclusive privileges;

Rustic, authentic, independent, -carefully maintained by the Ona-Hauffen family. And; Wir Sprechen Deutsch! (Norwegian too, actually. We are just too lazy to keep several language sides going, when its so much fun outside)

 This is Oldernes Strandcamp and subdivisions

Off main roads... Out of time... out left of your world...!

Reviews

We shamelessly bring you some customers reviews selected from google maps. Two of cosmic dimensions and one to balance it all. Rightful or not, it inspired us to spend our savings on a new streamlined sanitary section, (with hand alcohol) due to open in the beginning of july!

Vibeke Bøhmer, Norway

1/5

Stayed here one night in a tent. Extremely primitive place. Unhygienic toilet facilities (outdoor toilet), and running water only where you can do the dishes. Have paid the same at other campsites with far better conditions. Idyllic place, but by all means bring your own hand alcohol!

See more visitors reviews on 'Park4night' or 'Google Maps'


Beeing inhabited by hunters and fishermen since viking ages, Oldernæs was acquired in 1912 by the german hunter, outdoor pioneer, author and magnat OTTO SCHULZ (1857-1935) and used as his summer residence. -His perfect base camp for exploration of the vast Snåsa wilderness, as he mostly did by foot. Exhausted and satisfied he chilled out on his own 10 kilometers of Oldernæs shoreline, seeking a catch on this rich angling spot. A place where time is slowly counted in trout wakes, -where the moose cries against the sunset and the mosquito reminds you that you are not dreaming... 


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