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Max. 3 people per unit - Size 10 m2 - 1 bedroom
Provided accommodation, Eco-friendly, Family friendly
Instant book
Accommodation description
If it is the simpler life that beckons, then you can spend the night in the Wilderness Shelter.

In 2018, we moved the shelter to an undisturbed corner of the campsite, so you can sleep in peace. Here you will find a nice little camp site with a fire pit and table-bench set. In the winter of 2021, the shelter was upgraded with a wood-burning stove and reindeer skins.

The shelter can accommodate three people, but if there are more of you on the trip, there is plenty of room to pitch a tent next to it. In 2023 we will build one more shelter, so you can be 6 - 7 people on a trip together.

If you are new to having to spend the night in a shelter, then it is a good idea to start at Birkelund Camping & Outdoor; here you are in a safe environment.

When renting the shelter, there is of course also access to the rest of the campsite's facilities, such as kitchen, shower and laundry.

Accommodation type
Facilities accommodation
    Safety amenities accommodation
    • No smoke detector
    • No first aid kit
    • No safety box
    • No carbon monoxide detector
    • No fire extinguisher

    About the property

    Facilities property


      Activities nearby
      Speedbike by Andreas Rondahl
      Fishing by Vectorstal
      Church by Michael Weibel
      Secret tip
      At Birkelund Camping & Outdoor, we do something for biodiversity. We can not save the whole Earth by our little effort, but it is important to keep in mind that we can each make a small effort, which all in all turns into a big effort.

      Property rules

      Booking rules
      • Check-in
        after 15:00
      • Check-out
        before 12:00
      • Arrival allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      • Departure allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      Property rules
      • No pets allowed
      • No events & parties allowed
      • Wheelchair by Gregor CresnarNot wheelchair accessible


      Tarm, Denmark

      Meet Birkelund Camping & Outdoor Henrik Sørensen

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      I have extensive experience in the outdoors. Today I own Birkelund Camping & Outdoor, which I am trying to pull in a new exciting direction.
      With me you can find accommodation in a traditional shelter, in the Flying Tent, in the cabin "The 8th Wonder" or perhaps an original Kyrgyz yurt? The cabin and yurt can also be rented in winter.
      Birkelund Camping & Outdoor was established back in 1960. Back then with the name Tarm Camping. Here, the focus has always been on a good and calm atmosphere. The entire square is surrounded by wide sheltered fences, which provide good shelter from the otherwise harsh westerly wind.
      In recent years, in order to meet the outdoor segment and more foreign tourists, many changes have taken place at the campsite to become more modern. We think about biodiversity and leave unused areas untouched. We do upcycling projects and a few years ago built a cabin from recycled materials. In 2023, a shelter will also be built from used materials. At the entrance you will find the box for collecting glasses. If you have a pair of used glasses, hand them in here, and with the organization "Bedre syn til Afrika" they will be sent to Africans who cannot afford to buy a pair of glasses. In 2023, there is a further focus on reducing paper consumption. You cannot get tourist brochures made of paper. At the entrance, it will be possible to scan QR codes for the most popular attractions.
      It is also at the entrance that you will find QR codes for a lot of walking tours. Many of the trips go out in a Natura 2000 area. Skjern Enge is the lower part of Skjern Å which in the years 1999 – 2003 was recreated with meandering streams, wet meadows and lakes, after it had been straightened out in a large land reclamation project in the 1960s.
      Skjern Å is also popular with anglers. 2022 was a record year with 1912 salmon caught in the Skjern Å system. 68 salmon over 100 cm were caught. However, the record is old: The largest salmon ever caught in Denmark was caught in Skjern Å. The salmon, which weighed no less than 26.5 kilos and was 136 cm long, was caught by D.C. Dinesen in 1954.