The camp site is located close to the center of the town. It is surrounded with trees and divided into smaller areas.
Please note that camping in Seyðisfjörður is only permitted at the campground, you are NOT allowed to camp anywhere else within the town boundaries.
The camp site has great facilities for tents, mobile homes and folding campers. Electricity and WC facilities for campers. A service building where you’ll find a dining room, cooking facilities, showers, barbecue outside, hot and cold water, washing machine, a dryer and internet connection free of charge. As of summer 2020 dogs will be allowed on the campsite providing they are kept on a leash at all times.
Restaurants, grocery store, cafés, swimming pool, sports center, sauna, hot tubs, playground for children, golf course, trout fishing, kayaking, marked hiking trails, biking rent, sea fishing, cruising and bird watching within 300 – 500 m distance. Short walking distance to: The Technical Museum of East Iceland and Skaftfell cultural center. The Icelandic Camping Card can be bought at the camp ground.
The campsite gets extremely busy on Tuesday and Wednesday in the summer, when the ferry is on its summer schedule. You can expect some difficulties finding a suitable pitch and keep in mind that the staff is doing the best job they possibly can to make your visit with us enjoyable.
Season: 1st of May – October 30th
We do now offer winter service for campers. If you are visiting Seyðisfjörður and want to stay the night the services are available upon request. Please call +354 6241075 or contact [email protected]
The age limit is 18 years unless travelling with adults.
Campsite Seyðisfjörður fact sheet Downloadable fact sheet in pdf format.
The Campsite is run by Seyðisfjörður Municipality who also run the Tourist Information Centre.
1. Visitors are not allowed on camping grounds, mountain huts or on organized tours if they:
a. Are in quarantine
b. Are in isolation
c. Have undergone quarantine for COVID-19 with less than 14 days from discharge.
d. Have flue like symptoms (cold, cough, fever, head ace, bone ace, fatigue,
abdominal pain, diarrhoea etc.)
2. Shared facilities and contact surfaces are cleaned and disinfected at least twice a day.
3. As of July 31st the maximum guest limit is 100 people. When the limit has been reached you will be redirected to another dedicated are.
4. The rule of 2 meter distance between individuals should be respected as possible.
5. Easy access to hand washing stations and sanitizer needs to be secured.
6. Interaction between different tour/tourist groups should be limited as much as possible.
7. Mask wearing is mandatory inside the common area of the campsite.
Location / Contact infoFind on map
- Adults: 1.650 ISK
- Senior citizens and the disabled: 950 kr
- Children: Free for 14 years and younger
- Shower: 100 ISK for 2 min of hot water
- Washing machine: 720 ISK / Tumble dryer: 720 ISK
- Electricity: 770 ISK for 24 hr
- Access to the kitchen for other than the guests: 1.080 ISK
- Campers, motorhomes, caravans and/or cars have to keep 4 meters apart from each other.
- As of July 31st the maximum guest limit is 100 people. When the limit has been reached you will be redirected to another dedicated are.
- Mask wearing is mandatory inside the common area of the campsite.