Welcome to Hamrar Camping
The campsite is open all year around.Bathrooms, shower, kitchen and a dining room are located in Hamrar 2 and there are more toilets, a washing machine and a dryer in the Barn (See the map of the area)
Guests are advised to park and stay in the parking lot directly in front of the service building or in the large parking lot to the right of the entrance gate.During the winter, the camping grounds are not open, so there is no need to go through the entrance gate to the area.There are electricity hookups on all parking lots. (see map)
You can register and pay the accommodation fee online at https://booking.hamrar.is or manually with cash in Hamrar 2 (dining and kitchen facility) or in person by contacting the campwarden if he's available
Payment instructions for manual payment with cash
The accommodation fee is 2.100 ISK pr person pr. night and 1.300 ISK for electricity pr night (if connected to a car/camper)
The sleeping bag accommodation is available for 3.500 ISK pr. person pr. night on the attic of Hamrar 2
Hamrar, scouts outdoor center in Akureyri, started working in 2000 after several years of development. Hamrar is a diverse outdoor recreation and activity area where the emphasis is on environmental issues, tourism and general outdoor activities with the needs of the scout movement and the public in mind. Hamrar is a settlement that was built from the settlement of Helga Magra.
The campsite is open all year round. The traditional opening hours of the campsite at Hamrar with full service is from the beginning of May until the end of October. Outside this period, the camp warden is contacted to gain access to e.g. to the kitchen, showers, washing machine, etc. For more information, call +354 461-2264 or +354 863-0725
The buildings at Hamrar are a mixture of old farm buildings and more modern buildings. All of them are now used to serve the campsite and its daily work.More
At Hamrar, various types of entertainment are available for all age groups.Pedal boats can be rented at the boat pond, which is very popular with all age groups. Contact the campwarden to get access to the boats and life jackets, and remember that children should never be left alone while playing in the ponds!