Pajala Camping Route 99

Tannavägen 65, 984 31 Pajala


Right next to the Torne River, we find one of Sweden's most northerly campsites, scenic Pajala Camping Route 99. A small and well-run campsite run by Alec and Benedicte from Belgium.

At Pajala Camping Route 99 you will find 30 cottages of varying standards but all equipped for self-catering. The cozy tent pitches are right by the river. The 50 caravan pitches are on both asphalt and grass.

The service building houses several toilets and showers. There is also access to a laundry room and kitchen here. The campsite has a free sauna on demand for guests. ( 18-21)

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Pajala Camping Route 99 is truly a campsite for nature lovers. For those interested in fishing there are excellent fishing waters. Pajala Camping Route 99 has free fishing within the camping area. Guests do not need to buy a fishing licence.

Around Pajala Camping Route 99 and in the whole of Pajala there is a lot of good nature for you to pick from. Areas rich in cloudberries, lingonberries and blueberries are plentiful here. You will also find many kinds of mushrooms. In other words, the kitchen at Pajala Camping Route 99 can be transformed into a real cozy experience after a day in the area.

In addition, there are a variety of activities. Pajala Camping Route 99 is only 1.7 km from the town center, where you will find local restaurants, grocery stores, and local shops where you can find souvenirs.

The Laestadius Gate, which became the home of Lars Levi Laestadius in the 1850s, is open all summer. Pajala's first vicar, but also known as the folk poet, temperance campaigner, botanist, and scientist Lars Levi Laestadius. In connection with this, you have Pajala Church which has coffee sales. Kengis Mill, which was built in the 17th century, still stands here and is a popular destination.

As a resident at Pajala Camping Route 99, you have the chance in July to go to the Pajala Market which is always well-visited and known throughout Sweden. This market is a popular destination for foreign tourists who wish to experience the culture of the north of Sweden. Here you can buy backpacks, bags, shoes, leather and much more - many things sold at the market are locally produced!

But of course, you can't mention this camping gem without mentioning the two world-famous natural phenomena. The midnight sun with bright summer nights lasts 6 weeks from June to July and the northern lights can be seen when it is dark.

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Check in - No later than 21:00! <br>

Check out no later than 11:00!

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Opening hours:
Full service:



15:00 - 21:00


11:00 The latest

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