Camp Utgard is situated at Prestegårdsstranda, a picturesque area right by the beach and a large surrounding forest. The camp area is behind the Viking grave mounds and within a short walking distance to Midgard Historical Centre and the main festival site at Gildehallen. A 10-minute walk through the park, among the Viking burial mounds, to the heart of the Midgardsblot festival area.
The campground is a great place to meet people, sit around the large bonfire we have each night by the beach, where people sing songs, share stories, and meet each other, and is also extremely safe. We have 24-hour security for the entire campground area.
Camping is only available with a Festival Pass or Weekend/Day Pass. You have to be over 18 y/o to stay at the camp site. No pets allowed.
Camp opens on Monday, the 15. of August and closes on Sunday, 21. August.
Example: If you are two people sharing a tent, you will need two camping tickets and one tent ticket.
You need the festival ticket/pass with your camp tickets to be allowed in to the camp. Camp Utgard is only for festival attendees.
You need to bring your own tent and camping equipment.
Max tent size is 4x4 meter.
1. What you bring into the camp site - you bring out.
2. Glass bottles, power generators, big sound systems, animals, any sort of weapons is NOT allowed to bring into the camp site.
3. No tents on access roads.
4. Use the trash bin / recycle containers.
5. NO OPEN FIRE is allowed on the Camp. This includes all kinds of bbq/grills, bonfires etc.
6. Follow the instructions given by the festival crew.
7. No hammocks
Bonfires and grills: There will be public bonfires down at the beach and communal grills for cooking food.
Electricity: There is no power outlets at the camp site, but a charger station for phones/pads/laptops will be at the site.
Toilets and Showers: There are toilets with running water, and separate handicap Toilets at the campsite.
Showers are available: More details tba.
Hot food and soft drinks can be purchased at the camp! Also, the campsite offers water from various water stations