Strindmo Gård Camping
This small campsite is situated on the farmyard, near the river and Snåsa lake. At the farm there grow barley. The owners are member of a nature conservation organisation. They have built their own energy power station. The water comes from their own well, and the timber used as building material on the campsite was logged and sawn on their land.
Next to camping, there is also the option of renting a cabin on the campsite. There are cabins for two till six persons. You will find all necessary facilities, like toilets, showers, kitchen facilities, a washroom with a washing machine, at the campsite. At the campsite one can buy some basic food products, like bread, milk, etc. There are marked hiking trails, and different types of wild berries can be harvested in the area. Cycles, row-boats and canoes are for rent. Very fine canoeing and fishing area, both in lake and river. At the farm, courses are given in fishing, wool spinning, and dying of wool with plant colours. Doing voluntary work, like composting, cutting wood and clearing bushes, is possible, after prior arrangement.
At a distance of about 50 km is Gressåmoen National Park (182km2), which was established to protect an area of ancient and almost undisturbed spruce forest. Bogs make up an important part of the landscape and are the breeding grounds for whimbrel and other waders. In the area one can also visit the Southern Sami museum (17 km).
Bicycles for rent
Facilities for playing outside
Tours of the farm
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
A part-time farm
Small, traditional and ecological farm