1. June–1. September
Stokkseyri is a small village known for its wild birdlife and breathtaking waterfront where coastal sand, rapids and lakes can be found. The village is famous for its art and cultural studios run by various artists, as well as a few galleries with handcrafted items. In Stokkseyri you will find a Hunting & Wildlife Museum, the Ghost Centre and the Icelandic Wonders museum. The lobster restaurant Fjöruborðið with its famous lobster meal and soup, a charming coffee house called Gimli and the gas station serving pizzas and burgers, are just some of the culinary offerings of the area. The swimming pool at Stokkseyri has a cozy atmosphere where you can enjoy a coffee served to you in the hot tubs. The pool also has a small water slide and a children’s pool.
The campsite has toilet facilities, showers, a washing machine and electricity supplies available. The campsite also has a playground area for the children, a Frisbee-golf course lies above the site and there is a walking path from the campsite to the center of the village.
The Campingcard is not valid during the Bryggjuhátíð summer festival, July 3–5 2020.