Do you want more out of your vacation then just relaxation? Then you have come to the right place, there are lots of activities and excursions just around the corner waiting for the one who wants to create holiday memories.
In the building were it all started. Here, the association Rock Party created the plans for what would become Sweden’s largest music festival, the Hultsfred Festival! Now the walls are covered with fun facts, stories and the artist’s crazy riders from the festival.
A must during your visit to Hultsfred. Bring your coffee basket and experience the nature of Småland in a completely unique way. Cycle the trolley until you reach Lake Hesjön where you stop, enjoy the scenery and take a cooling swim before you head back!
You can reach the starting point for the excursion at the trainstation in 5 minutes by car or 20 minutes walk.
A visit to Astrid Lindgren’s World will be the children’s highlight! Here the fairy tales become reality. After a visit to the amusement park, we welcome you back to the peacefulness and nature in Hultsfred.
In the area there is also much more to experience in Astrid Lindgren’s footsteps. Visit her childhood home and filming locations for Astrid Lindgren’s movies. Why not join a guided bike ride through the movie landscape?
You have lots of nice hiking trails of different lengths to choose from! There is also a hiking trail, Lönnebergaleden, which passes through campsite. You can reach other hiking trails by car. Choose from the areas around Hammarsjön, Järnforsen and Virserum. We have collected our favourites that are both excellent and have clear stage sheets with all the information you need for a successful day out in nature!
Get on the train and experience a journey from the past! Since the 1950s, they have been on the railway pulled by steam locomotives. Stop for an ice cream at the station building in Verkebäck and enjoy a nostalgic journey through Småland’s forests, lakes, small communities and agriculture until you reach Sweden’s east coast.
Moose guarantee promised! Experience the king of the forest. In three enclosures there are moose and red deer, to get really close there is a passage with a fence on both sides into the enclosure. Walk along the promenade of about 1km around the estate Kristineberg, have a coffee and let yourself be inspired by Hjalmar and Maria who can tell you everything you want to know about the animals and the park.
Next to the campsite you will find the big park. There are several boule courts were you can play on for free. If you do not have your own set, you can rent from us at the reception.
Dackestupet – 35 min with car
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At Dackestupet you can experience a fast-paced cycling experience! There are different degrees of difficulty on the joints so you will surely find something that suits you. You start at the top of this wintertime ski slope. This is also where you park your car. The car park also has fireplaces, facilities and a MTB technical park.
Wimer Bike Park – 25 min with car
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In Vimmerby, close to Astrid Lindgren’s World, you will find Wimer Bike Park which offers 5 different mountain bike trails and a fun little BMX-like track.
You can read more about these two and other areas, which you will find at a good driving distance from the campsite, at BikingSouthEast.
At Hagadal in Hultsfred, you will find a nice outdoor gym and a movement loop for those who want to add this to their training during the vacation. It is easy to get here by a walk via the lake and through Hultsfred center. Up here is also were you will find Hagadal’s indoor swimming.
This popular ball sport is located walking distance from the campsite, the walk there is a good warm up. More info and booking at the link below:
Hultsfred Padel >>
There is also an outdoor paddle tennis court, a little further away, at Hagadal’s activity area. More info and booking at the link below:
Hagadal Padel >>
In the middle of the forests of Småland is the small community Virserum with the large art gallery. With an exhibition area of 1600 sqm, contemporary art is shown in exhibitions about people’s everyday lives and art in various forms that shed light on research and current societal issues. Wood, forest, sustainability and textile crafts and fiber art are central themes that recur in the art gallery’s exhibitions.
Ever since the Swedish rock archive was moved from Stockholm to Hultsfred, the collections from Swedish popular music have grown from a couple of 1000 objects to up to half a million. The Swedish rock archive can be found in the city centre and is a heaven for those interested in music.