Motorcycle camping in Denmark - FEMA members get the first night free of charge.
As you may know MCTC is the owner of a camp for motorcyclist only, called MC Touring Camp.
Motorcyclists who are a member of a FEMA National Organisation - Click Here and can present a membership card from their organisation can spend the first night at MC Touring Camp free of charge, provided they bring their own tent.
Please note that members have to be able to show a membership card for each person, who can stay the first night for free.
MC Touring Camp is located at the small village Nodager southeast of Kolind between Arhus and Grenaa in Jutland, Denmark. Only 25 kilometres from ferry connections to/from Sweden and the island of Sjaelland (Sealand), and about 45 kilometres from Arhus and Randers.
The camp has just been partly rebuilt and renovated with bigger bar, toilet and bathing facilities.
At the site you will also find a small swimming pool, cooking facilities, washing machine and tumble dryer.
In the bar you can buy breakfast, hot meals, snacks, ice cream, beer, soft drinks and wine at reasonable prices.
It costs 40 Danish kroner (app. 5,5 euro) pr. person pr. night to stay at the camp. Small cabins at reasonable prices are also available (advance booking strongly recommended).
MC Touring Camp is open every day in May, June, July and August.
From Easter to 1st May and during September the camp is open Friday-Sunday.
All touring motorcyclists are welcome at the touring camp. Cars are not allowed at the camp.
For further information see www.mctouringclub.dk 'MC Touring Camp', where you will also find a map which shows the location of the camp.
MC Touring Camp
Nodagervej 32 A
Telephone (+45) 8639 2815
Fax (+45) 8639 2805