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How the classification system works

A majority of the campsites at are classified according to SCR’s classification system Swedish Camping Standard. The classification will help you choose a campsite. Quite simply, it makes it easier to make a good choice.

Being classified according to the Swedish Camping Standard is voluntary and means that the campsite meets a number of basic requirements. The classification results are shown with summarised stars and detailed bars. The bars measure and show the levels in five areas. Campsites without classification information have chosen not to be classified.

Hard and soft values
The classification measures hard and soft values, and the work is checked by special classification advisors. First and foremost, a number of absolute requirements must be met. These cover the dimensions of the sanitary facilities and that electrical and fire safety provisions are met and documented. The campsite is then assessed in five areas.

The five areas are hygiene, environment, service, recreation and activities. Within each area, the campsite is awarded a number of points that are converted into a value on a scale of 1-5. This is shown by the bars. These values are then combined and converted into stars on a scale of 1-5.

A short summary of the criteria used for classification by the Swedish Camping Standards

Hygiene: the sanitary services at the campsite for personal hygiene (heated areas, toilets, showers, washing areas, power points for haircare, family room, child hygiene), daily requirements (cooking, eating area, washing up, clothes care) and other maintenance (service buildings, latrine emptying, dog shower).

Environmental criteria: the general camping environment refers to infrastructure (fencing, road lighting, guest information, pitch size, pitch markings), pitch service (power points, water and drains, TV socket, Internet), outside environment (hydrants, refuse collection, planting, outside maintenance).

Service criteria: campsite facilities refer to the reception, supervision, booking service, trained staff, shops, restaurants and cafés, and guest service.

Recreation facilities: campsite facilities refer to areas for activities such as children’s games (play area, play room), swimming (open-air swimming, pool, waterslide, sauna, Jacuzzi), common areas (assembly room, TV room, conference room, conference service), play land, playing fields, minigolf, cycle and canoe hire, exercise room, solarium, BBQ areas, footpaths, fishing, jogging tracks and cycle ways.

Activities: the range of organised activities at the campsites such as leader-led activities for children and adults, and arrangements such as shows, troubadours, dancing, etc.

Stars: the stars give the total result of the evaluation of the first four classification criteria. Not all campsites publish the number of stars.

VM: campsites with a clear focus on wilderness camping have been given their own classification code.

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