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Naturcamping Lagom

Enjoy the peaceful silence in the morning, walk through the fairylike forests or go swimming in the bright Lilsjönlake. Take a canoe and meet beavers or imposing moose. Go picking mushrooms or berries in the forest. You can explore all those things in the unique landscape and culture of the region Värmland.

In the winter there are possibilities to go cross country-skiing, skiing or ice fishing You can grill your catch above our open fire place.

Our livingroom is open for a coffee/ tea to have a moment for yourself, to meet new people, or just to sit somewhere on a rainy day. We offer you a simply menu where we aim for sustainable food.

Meet Värmland his hospitality and experience a warm welcome on Naturcamping Lagom.

We hope that we can offer you a holiday where you may experience the endlessness of this beautiful peace and nature

Who are we?

Mariska & Harold

We are Harold en Mariska. We moved from Nijeveen (The Netherlands) to Sweden with our two youngest children Wisse and Rune.

Since September 2019, we are the happy owners of our lovely Naturcamping Lagom in the beautiful Sweden (before Grasmärksgarden). With lots of enthusiasm, excitement and inspiration we creating our Forest campsite. We love the Swedish nature and peacefulness. These are the things which in our opinion are the best ingredients to have a delightful holiday.

A holiday destination where you may feel lagom, which literally means exactly good, in Swedish.

Exactly good for yourself, for the others and the world you are living in.

Lagom also means sustainability. Acting responsible is for us an important value. When you are walking or cycling through the area, you can feel lagom everywhere. For example in the quietness, the wild forest, the warm living room, the spectacular views and the Swedish nature. We would love to meet you here and hope that the Swedish nature inspires and feeds you just as much as it does with us.

WELCOME to our Naturcamping LAGOM

Peace and Balance in Swedish Nature