In the town of Höör, in the heart of the southern province of Skåne, you'll find the Jägersbo campsite on Lake Ringsjön. The campsite is spacious and the campsites are right on the water. The trees on the property create shade, without disrupting the view. The lake lures you out for a swim, to get out in a boat (canoes and row boats are rented at the reception) and to fish.
Tent, hut or cabin
The campsites are not separated from each other, but the minimum distance is 4 metres, so that privacy is guaranteed, even in the high season. This typical Scandinavian campsite has trekker huts, luxury holiday homes and also, naturally, a sauna.
At the reception there is a restaurant in the high season. There is a little shop open year-round for daily shops. The permanent pitches and the rental accommodations are located in a separate part of the campsite.
A large number of campsite guests are Swedish families who often stay for a longer period. Foreign guests are usually passing through. The campsite attracts many active guests (water sports enthusiasts, anglers, hikers and cyclists). The varied landscape attracts nature lovers with the nearby Söderåsen national park.
Dining and music
The restaurant is located in the reception building, but Jägersbo Nöjesrestaurang doesn't just offer dining. During the summer season, artists regularly perform to entertain the guests. The restaurant also provides freshly baked rolls every morning. Separate from the reception-restaurant building, central on the campsite there is a large toilet building with all of the facilities you can wish for.