Creating Priceless Memories: The Best Kid Friendly Glamping Sites in Norway


The trend of glamping, or luxury camping, is attracting an increasing audience whose content is not always predictable. Single backpackers and adventure seekers are not its only fans.

Increasingly, couples with children are seeing glamping as a holiday experience for the whole family, and therefore the sector is developing ever more child-suitable features.

Future generations are not seen as an add-on in Norway, as the national investment in education demonstrates. Here young people and their guardians are cherished, and can expect to be treated accordingly.

Family vacations can create magical moments meant to last a lifetime. Forging connections with our nearest and dearest, away from our hectic daily schedules, imprints in us indelible memories we will forever cherish.

Personal memories which also belong to the whole family have a charm all of their own, and glamping in Norway is one of the best ways to create them.

Glamping is the perfect way to blend nature’s wonders with the safeguarding of tenderfoot explorers during their adventure-filled days under endless summer skies.

The wide variety of plush sites now available, equipped with essential amenities whilst being located in magnificent surroundings, offers fun for people of all ages as they discover Norway’s diverse landscapes together.

WonderInn in particular has a wide selection of properties to choose from. These selections rank amongst the best options tailored to traveler families.

1. Lysefjord’s Tiny Cabins

Nestled above the Lysefjord, which cuts between imposing granite cliffs, these teeny handcrafted wooden cabins keep everyone cozy despite their miniature dimensions.

Parents will adore gazing through their wide panoramic windows, while the tots can scurry about securely in their private grounds with custom-made child-sized furniture.

Take the hike to Flørli’s epic 4,444 step wooden stairway straight from your lodgings – kids will love the challenge of climbing it!

2. Solmarbo Dome Village

You can literally sleep under the stars within these futuristic domes near the Swedish border. Toddlers will have the space to roam safely around the communal garden spaces while their guardians unwind in the outdoor hot tubs. Sign up the whole party for activities like paddleboarding, rafting and cycling, where you have special kid trailers to tow behind adult bikes to give them protected rides.

3. Eden Eco Camp Lofoten


Eden Eco Camp keeps sustainability central in its design choices, like solar showers, whilst focusing fun around its connection with Lofoten’s epic landscapes. Mini explorers adore getting their hands dirty at camp programs like climbing, fishing, berry picking and more. Parents can take advantage of onsite childcare during their scheduled massages or sauna sessions as they enjoy welcome relaxation.

4. Skogly Reindeer Glamping


Based in a reindeer sanctuary near Tromsø, kids delight in waking up amongst the roaming reindeer herds whilst nestled inside cozy Sami-inspired tepees in their comfy beds tucked under warm blankets.

You can sign everyone up for special meet and greets with the baby calves, then buckle up for tractor-pulled sleigh adventures across the snowy hills when winter arrives. Just like in a storybook!

5. Bubbledays Camp Finse

At an altitude of 1,222 meters, the Hardangervidda Plateau provides wide expanses of open tundra which are perfect for children to burn off energy in under the midnight sun. Parents can admire the stunning mountain views in all directions from the private lounge between the transparent bubble tents. They can also arrange dog sled excursions across the treeless plains once autumn’s colors arrive.

6. Sæter Cozy Cabins


With vibrantly painted exteriors which kids adore, these countryside accommodations deliver spacious interiors for the whole family to spread out in. Toddlers relish tending the private garden patches, while tweens can safely bike the nearby trails down to a glistening lake, where they can go skinny dipping when parents permit. The family-style set menus also make dinner hassle-free, always a blessing.

7. Camp Kongsgården Familiy Glamping


Situated below the awe-inspiring massif of the Slogen Mountain as it plunges into the Hornindalsvatnet Lake, little ones delight in being able to enjoy epic scenery at this site without venturing far from their plush bell tents. Onsite childcare gives parents periodic breaks while the kids enjoy pony rides, treasure hunts and campfire singalongs on longer summer nights.

8. Lyngsåta Lavvu Lodges

Outfitted in traditional Nordic style, these wilderness lodges allow families to select private or shared bathrooms to achieve the desired levels of togetherness. The kids frolic safely on reindeer fur rugs in their private tent spaces, while teens appreciate the access to wifi, as connectivity can still be achieved in the lodges despite them being surrounded by Jotunheimen’s giant peaks.

9. Geiranger Eco Domes

Sitting pretty atop the hillsides overlooking the Geirangerfjord, parents swoon over the Adirondack chairs here, which are designed to provide uninterrupted views of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, while kids admire the funky dome architecture sheltering cozy beds. A popular activity is renting bikes with child carriers to ride the Seven Sisters Waterfall road as a family.

10. Camp Reinli Glamping Retreat


Surrounded by reindeer grounds near the gorgeous Lake Nisser, the youngest members of the party adore these posh tents outfitted with mini sleeping chambers just their size, which sit alongside larger spaces for parents.

You can sign up the whole group for lessons in lasso throwing, archery and gold panning when not beachcombing the productive lakeside.

We Are Waiting For You

Norway’s breadth of family-friendly glamping selections keeps expanding, as its magnificent landscapes appeal to all generations of wanderlust explorers. You may enjoy telling stories of your wonderful holiday, but when it comes to family, you can’t beat experiencing things together.

Norway’s inclusive, modern, democratic culture has kept the country in the forefront of happiness indexes and economic development for well over a century. It is a country designed for the family, and those who value quality of life.

Book your preferred tents, cabins or domes today to start scripting those future nostalgic moments when family members retell their favorite highlights of the things they discovered together.