The campsite is situated in an area of pine forest and offers 130 generous pitches with natural boundaries. All the pitches have electricity. If you are looking for peace and quiet in the countryside, you have come to the right place. There are two newly renovated service buildings on the site, one of which is with a sauna and solarium. There is also a wood-fired outdoor hot tub for hire. The shop and restaurant are open seven days a week. Good conference facilities at reasonable prices.
Hökensås Semesterby is next to Hökensås Nature Reserve with its unusual landscape that is reminiscent of the Norrland pine moors. Hökensås is famous for its rainbow and salmon trout fishing in some thirty lakes and meres among moss-clad hills and ridges. From Midsummer until mid-August, guided fishing trips are arranged twice a week. The best fishing is in the spring and autumn, however, when the water is not so warm.
When the ice forms on the lakes, jigging is very popular. Rowing boats can be hired on some of the lakes. Fishing licences can be bought in the holiday village, where the anglers' shop Hökensås Sportfiske is based. Lake Lilla Havsjön offers good swimming with jetties and a diving tower. The area is criss-crossed by signed skiing and hiking trails. The trails start and end at the holiday village. In the woods it is not unusual to see elk, deer, foxes and many species of bird, and in the autumn there are lots of mushrooms and berries.
Hökensås Semesterby offers activities all the year round. There is sauna, tennis, minigolf, boules, playgrounds and football pitch on site. The children have their own pond for rainbow trout fishing. Skis and fishing tackle are available to hire.
Yearly events include Anglers' Day, Midsummer celebrations with dancing round the maypole, and the six-day cycle race. Quiz walks are arranged every week during the summer month of July.