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11 Jul 2017
“Cozy nice place”
26 May 2017
“Very nice place ”
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

I have been here about 15 times for fishing in the sea. I like the place very much because the fjord is sheltered from strong winds if its windy. The staff is very helpful. The scenery is very beautiful. Cabins are of different standards and...More

Thank TobbeLarsson
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Picturesque location. We had a short stop here on our North-Norway tour. Clean, silent, cozy place. It is simple but we can not expect more in a camping at North Norway. We do not fish but most people stay here for fishing.

Thank Marta K
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

The only positive feedback I can give is that the location is nice, close to the fjord and the "Hamsund-senter ". Other than this the list of negative things is long: terrible smell and dirty toilet facilities. Had to tell the staff that there was...More

Thank Stig H
Reviewed 16 September 2014

We stayed here for one night in summer and were so glad we did! The setting is magical with a riverside setting and crystal clear water. There was forest and wildflowers surrounding the camp and a very pretty sitting out area at the restaurant. Unfortunately,...More

Thank TrekCarrie
Reviewed 6 August 2013

We stayed only for one night and I´m not going back ever again. The staff were not service minded at all and did not do their job properly. Starting with not replying when we tried to make a reservation via email a few weeks earlier....More

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Hamaroy Fishcamping is a family-run resort situated nearby the tofts of the old vicarage where the writer Knut Hamsun lived with his uncle for almost six years during his childhood, and which he describes so well in his novel “A Ghost”: The vicarage was beautifully situated nearby the tidewater current Glimma, a broad current with large boulders from where the roar sounded night and day, night and day.
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