Do you want accommodation close to the moose park?
Why not stay at Byns Camping, our very own campsite on the shores of the Klarälven – campsite and cabins are open from 26/05 to 03/09.
Byns Camping is the closest riverside campsite to the moose park – only a 10 minute drive away. It is beautifully located on the riverside of the Kläralven and overlooks the Church in Ekshärad.
The campground is well drained and well kept; here you can sit by the campfire in the evening and watch the river flow by. It is great for wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts.
Whether you are pitching a tent, parking a motorhome/caravan or staying in one of our cabins, we will always be working to make your stay with us relaxing and trouble free.
Prices Tent, Caravan or Motorhome
|CARAVAN OR MOTORHOME||200 SEK/night|
|WASHING MACHINE||30 SEK/night|
Stuga Bedding Hire INC
|2 bed CABIN||375 SEK/night *|
|4 bed CABIN||650 SEK/night *|
* Sheets & Wi Fi Free
Do you want to book a moose tour with accommodation or canoe hire?
Contact us now and we’ll arrange the total package for you. Just let us know how many are in your group, the dates required and what you’re interested in and we’ll let you know very quickly what we have available.
“Great dive into a fairy world filled with moose.”
Thanks James for this really uncommon experience! I always dreamed of an encounter with such animals. Visiting your park is one of the best decisions I ever made. Your explanations were clear, interesting, you’re not only interested in moose, you seem really passionate, and this passion is contagious ! Now the second part of the visit : the encounter! Houdini, Annika and ohgodiforgotthemalesname are such great animals ! they seem so peaceful, and we can tell they’re happy and treated with respect. It’s really an uncanny situation to be so close to these happy folks,
I recommend the trip to everyone ! Totally worth it !
“Best Swedish Experience.”
We just got home from a visit to Mooseworld in Varmland. We had a fantastic time with the guides and the moose, we learned so much about the king of the forest, and the nature they live in. The tour guides James and Per were very passionate, and we could truly feel their love for the big animal. They gave us the best personal and informative experience. We got much more than just seeing the moose, and the chance to get close to a moose in their natural habitat was really amazing. We will definitely recommend this to everyone, even with our 3 year old with us it was no problem, and he even got to feed one of the moose.
“Great place! ”
Just loved the moose as well as the great guys running it. Great to feed them and get up close and personal. The big male is just growing his new antlers. .amazing to feel how warm and hard they are. Kings of the forest indeed!
“A must if you are in Sweden”
The Moose Park is an amazing place which has much to offer even in the cold and dark winter days. A place recommend for everyone who has a desire to see the King of the forest and its magnificence! And James is a person who not only explains in detail but who also really loves the animals!
“Informative and fun experience”
The employees of the park knew a lot to tell about moose and conveyed this knowledge very well with funny stories and examples (especially Jamey). It was a great “tour” of about 2 hours consisting of 2 parts: 1st some background info and 2nd to get into the park and come very close to the animals and even pet them. Recommended!
“We learned a lot about Moose and their ecosystem”
Because we thought that seeing a moose from up close would be nice for the kids we took the tour at the moose farm. The guide warned us that the first part could be boring, as there wasn’t that much to see, but it was actually a very inetersting experience. We learned a lot about wildlife in that area and how to look for it. The fact that the guide was very elabirate made it possible for us to translate for the children, since they don’t speak english, and that way they could anjoy the tour also. After that we visited the group of moose in the park and it was very nice to touch them. Even though we had to be careful ( they aren’t that domesticated), we got a good look and again a very thorough explanation. Everything you always wanted to know about moose and more…