Natural parking – stay on grass
This big campsite opens from May till September, all campers and caravans are parked on a grassy field with some apple trees, tents are in a separate lower area.
Top Camp Ekeberg: sanitary block
Sanitary facilities are basic but everything is here that you need. Reception is friendly and helps you find your way in the city.
Top Camp Ekeberg: reception
There is a small general store and coffee shop/restaurant. Bread is available during high season
Centralized posts provide the electricity, so bear in mind that you may need a longer cable. Fresh water can be found at designated places. There is a dumping station next to the sanitary block.
Top Camp Ekeberg
This campsite is perfectly situated to enjoy everything that the city of Oslo has to offer!
Top Camp Ekeberg: Opera house and city beach
If you fancy swimming in the Oslo fjord, the city beach is next to the Opera house. Cheaper dining options are available near the harbor and in the station where you may find a small food court.
Oslo – multicultural hub
Though restaurants and bars are expensive you get a lot in return. Excellent musea fighting for your attention and a user-friendly and frequent public transport system.
Top Camp Ekeberg: near Oslo fjord
You can explore Slottsparken and the Royal Palace, the new National Museum, the renovated train station and Nobel Peace Centre
Top Camp Ekeberg: Opera house
Oslo is connected by ferry line DFDS to Denmark, it saves you toll on the Oresund bridge and fewer miles to drive.
The campsite borders the Ekeberg sculpture garden, a must-see if you like contemporary art and installations. Do visit the Ekeberg Restaurant at the foot of the hill.
The city of Oslo has a beautiful port area with the iconic Opera house, a new public Library and the Munch museum (go to the free roof terrace and enjoy a drink and the view!).
Munch museum roof terrace