Campsite rules

With us, many people live in a limited area. We have different habits and that is just part of the charm of camping. It also means that a few, simple rules must apply to avoid some campers being a nuisance to others. Here are our campsite rules.

The camp managers are responsible for order and are available in case of problems. The camp manager's instructions must always be followed.
We ask you to be considerate to other camping guests. Noisy behavior is not allowed. 
No noise 23-07, where the gate is also locked, and driving is not allowed.
Driving must generally be reduced to what is only necessary and must take place at walking speed of maximum of 10 km/h as indicated by the signs on the camp site.
Only ordinary tents and awnings for caravans may be used. Tent houses with fixed walls, windows and doors are not allowed. Caravans must be mobile, ie. registered for driving by the authorities.
Shade sails may be erected - private fencing is not permitted.
Flagpoles, antennas, etc. may not be erected, and excavation at the site may only take place by agreement with the camp manager.
The use of any kind of weapon and fireworks is prohibited on the camp site.
On-site trade is only accepted if the camp manager's permission is obtained.
Common facilities, ie. toilets, laundry rooms, kitchens, etc., must be left in the same condition as you want to find them, ie. clean and tidy.
The designated waste sorting must be used. Information about sorting can be found at the waste area.
Car wash must not take place on the camp site.
Charging electric and hybrid cars is not allowed.
Ball games may only take place on the soccer field and not between tents and caravans.
Smoking is not allowed in the campsite buildings. Use ashtrays or trash cans.
Wagons must be parked as directed by the camp manager.

Dogs must not make noise. Walking the dog must take place outside the area of the camp site. Dogs must always be kept on a short leash and a plastic bag must always be brought in case of any accidents. No dogs in the service building or on the jetty.


Caravans/tents must not be placed closer than 1.5 meters from the boundary of the unit. This is to achieve a fire safety distance of 3 meters between the caravans/ tents. Should a fire occur, there are extinguishing material placed around the site – see campsite overview. Alert the fire department by calling 112.
Each unit may have up to two bottles of gas. Bonfire is generally prohibited and may only take place with a special permission from the camp manager.
There are barbecues available free to use on the terrace. Set the barbeque in the open so that smoke and heat can escape. Place the barbeque on an even surface that cannot burn. Place the barbeque at a good distance from any vegetation and buildings. Have some water standing close to the barbeque, i.e., a bucket of water. Let the fire burn out completely outdoors.

Check in is from 14.00.
Payment is no later than 10.00 on the day of departure. Departure no later than 12.00.
Check in is from 14.00.
Departure no later than 11.00.

We, as owners of Grønnehave Strand Camping, assume no liability for damage or loss of the camping guests' belongings. Anyone who damages buildings, equipment or fellow campers' property can be held liable in accordance with the general rules of compensation. Most campers are of course considerate in their behavior. Sanctions against the few who do not comply with the rules of the camp site can be expulsion.

As we are surrounded by nature, it must be protected. Branches of trees or shrubs must not be sawn of. This is the responsibility of the camp manager. Remember to clean up after yourself. Use the bins.

For camping guests who have entered into an agreement of a seasonal pitch, more detailed rules apply for the caravan's mobility, the layout of the pitches, etc. The rules are incorporated in the agreement of seasonal guests but can always be handed out by contacting the reception.