In Denmark, unfortunately you cannot just put up your tent anywhere you’d like. For those who do not have special requirements for comfort, and who want to live surrounded by nature, Denmark offers - alongside the established campsites - more than 1,000 primitive campsites where you can stay overnight.
Some of the sites are equipped with running water and toilets, and at approximately 1/3 of the sites, shelters have been built for the visitors to stay in.
You can stay max two nights at each location.
The primitive campsite in Filskov is situated by a cozy private fishing lake with ducks. There is grass and benches as well as access to water and a toilet.
From Grindsted, head towards Sdr. Omme, until you reach the road Vilhelmsmindevej – then turn right. The site is further down the road.
Another option is to go towards Filskov from Grindsted; Vilhelmsmindevej will then be on your left hand side.
Suitable for the disabled: No
Drinking water: No
Access from water: No
Possibility to shower: Yes
Dogs on leash: Yes
Possibility to bring own horse: Yes
Suitable for prams and strollers: No