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How Sweden’s campsites are handling COVID-19, the coronavirus

We are monitoring the development of the COVID-19 situation and are following the instructions and recommendations we receive from the responsible authorities.

SCR’s campsites are open

Campsites in Sweden are open to guests and visitors. All guests are urged to follow the current recommendations from the Public Health Agency of Sweden. SCR, the trade organisation for Swedish campsites and the organisation behind this website, has set up guidelines on how to create a safe stay for you.

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Advice to prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 at campsites

Our goal is a safe and secure holiday

All the campsites listed on are members of the trade organisation SCR Svensk Camping and fulfil the basic requirements for membership. Right now, the trade organisation’s highest priority is to be able to offer you a fantastic experience.

-Wash your hands often with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds.
-Maintain your distance to others in places where people gather, indoors and outdoors, on public transport and other means of shared transport. Avoid using public changing rooms.
-Stay at home if you have symptoms of illness of any kind, even mild ones such as a cough or slightly sore throat.

Temporary entry ban for NON-EU residents extended until August 31 2021

The Swedish Government has decided to suspend non-essential travel to Sweden from countries outside the EU, with a few exeptions, read more about them here:
This ban will apply until August 31 2021. This ban has been introduced to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 outbreak, and to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

There is a list of countries exempt from the ban, because the risk of contagion with Covid-19 is deemed to be low. The criteria for being granted an entry to Sweden is based on people residing in one of those countries, not citizenship. Travellers to Sweden should thus bring proof of living in one of these countries.  
Australia, New Zeeland, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Israel.

The entry ban does not apply to citizens and their families from EU/EEA countries and Switzerland. Moreover, the ban does not apply if you are a permanent resident or hold a residence permit in Sweden or another EU country, or if you have a national visa in Sweden.

Find out more here: and here:

From 31 May, travellers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Norway do no longer need to present a negative Covid-test certificate.

Swedish border control officials determine the manner in which the exceptions should be interpreted and the decisions that should be taken.

Negative Covid-19 test certificate required

Foreign nationals need to present a negative Covid-19 test result in order to travel into Sweden. There can be no more than 48 hours between the time of the Covid test and crossing the border. Find out more about it here:

And here:

Domestic travel

For travel in Sweden, you should avoid crowds, rush hour traffic, public transport without booking a place, and avoid meeting new people other than those you normally hang out with. You should also be able to isolate yourself at your destination and get home i a way that does not increase the risk of infecting others if you should get symptoms of Covid-19. Nationally, from 7 January, masks are recommended in public transport on weekdays between 7-9am and 4-6pm.

Here you can read some recommendations for people entering Sweden from abroad:

Before your journey, check with the municipality (‘kommunen’) you intend to visit if there are any local restrictions. Find out more here:

Swedish health care

If you are on a visit in Sweden and become ill or injured, call 1177 for information about illnesses and Swedish health care. In case of emergency, call 112 for an ambulance.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, there may be reductions in health care services because of the handling of Covid-19. Do not visit a health centre (‘vårdcentral’) if you have any symptoms associated with Covid-19, instead call 1177 and you will receive medical advice from a registered nurse.

A few examples of how the campsites are working
Here are a few examples of how some campsites are working to increase your safety in response to coronavirus Covid-19. You can find more information on the campsites’ own homepages.

•    Lagunen Camping & Stugor
•    First Camp
•    Lisebergs Campingar

If you are travelling with a caravan or motorhome you have a big advantage in that you can manage your own accommodation and immediate environment. Our members are currently working to improve their cleaning routines and adapt their facilities to the new situation to ensure a safe environment for both guests and staff. Cleaning kills the virus, and good hand hygiene helps to prevent possible spread of the infection, so you can feel safe using service buildings and restaurants and if you have booked a cottage.

Information on cancellation insurance

Normal rules apply to refunds/rebooking.
Read our booking terms and conditions

Contact us

If you have any other questions, please contact our guest service at,

More information

You’ll find answers to many questions on coronavirus and general advice to prevent being infected on the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s website and at

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At, it is simple to book camping pitches and cottages all over Sweden.

• No booking fees
• 24 h purchase on approval
• Only SCR-affiliated campsites
• Safe payment

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