Do you come in a tent?

If you want to sleep in a tent you have brought with you, we have just the thing: a large and pleasant area for tents, where you can choose your own preferred spot. There are shady spots, sunny spots, spots where you can be yourself or hang out with others.

We have many different sizes of pitches, so there is actually no limit on how big your tent can be. You can also park your car or bike right next to your tent.

A camping holiday at Køge & Vallø Camping provides many opportunities to relax in nature and to enjoy the city, beach and woods.

The atmosphere of a campsite is something special, allowing you to set the pace of your holiday. Read more about what you can do here on our page about experiences.

When booking online, you will be allocated a pitch number. Upon arrival, you will be able to choose exactly where you would like to put up your tent, within the designated area.

If you want a tent pitch with electricity, please book a caravan pitch instead.

We look forward to welcoming you on a camping holiday at Køge & Vallø Camping.

Tent prices 2024

Prices include hot water for showers and Wi-Fi 1 hour free per day (the site is only partially covered).

Price per night
ADULTS (from age 13) DKK 110,-
CHILDREN (age 2-12) DKK 60,-
DOG DKK 10,-

Tips for your tent holiday

What do you need to know before the camping trip?

Are you going on a camping trip and are you in doubt about what is important to have a good trip and not least a wonderful experience in nature? To help you plan and prepare, we’ve put together everything you should know before you go on your first camping trip. With these tips, you ensure that you have both what is necessary and everything that makes the trip a little more fun and comfortable!


Tent – At a minimum, you need a tent and a sleeping bag for shelter and warmth. However, you must remember that not all tents and sleeping bags fit together, so remember to consider the size of your tent carefully. In addition, it may also be a good idea to choose a sleeping bag that suits your seasonal needs. For example, if you’re camping in the hot summer months, you’ll want a lightweight sleeping bag versus the heavy sleeping bag you’d bring on a trip in the late fall, when temperatures are likely to drop a lot at night.


Practice before your trip – If you buy or borrow a new tent, make sure you practice pitching it at home before your trip. The last thing you want to deal with on your first tent camping trip is pitching a tent in the dark – or in the rain! – without already knowing how everything fits together.


Prepare for bad weather – No one wants to find rain in the forecast, but being prepared can help reduce the chance of bad weather ruining your trip, so make sure you pack for the worst. In addition, it may be a good idea to pack some form of entertainment if you experience a rainy day. Bring a book, diary, card game or something else.

What equipment should I bring?

Get the overview… What equipment should you pack?


When you have to spend the night outdoors, there is a lot of equipment that is smart to have with you. However, it can be a bit of a task to get everything packed, so we guide you here with a packing list for equipment, so that you get everything with you.


Remember to use the list to the extent that suits you, depending on how long you are away and what facilities the site or tent site has.


We recommend:

  • – The tent (of course).
  • – Tarpaulin or tent base.
  • – Picks (Possibly Tarzan picks in case the ground is very hard)
  • – Peg hammer
  • – Lamp, extra batteries.
  • – A good backpack
  • – A sleeping pad
  • – Clothes and outerwear (Think about the season)
  • – Good footwear (Possibly hiking boots)
  • – Food, drink and snacks (bring any burner or tangia for cooking)
  • – Toiletries
  • – A flashlight
  • – Telephone (bring a power bank if necessary)
  • – Physical map
  • – First aid kit
  • – Power cable and distributor plug
  • – Cooler box
  • – Service, glasses and cutlery.
  • – Cookware with utensils.
  • – Dish brush, dish tub and tea towels.
  • – Clothesline and washing powder


Much of the above is available in camping-friendly versions that can be easily folded up so that it does not take up much space. Kitchen table, stove and grill take up a lot of space, but are also available in collapsible versions.

Food for a camping trip

The food is a great rallying point on the camping trip. After a long day in nature, the meal is a lovely activity that brings the company together. Therefore, it can be nice to cook good food, even if the surroundings are a little different than usual. When you’re camping without a refrigerator, meals require a little extra thought and planning. Here you will get good advice on how to still get good and easy food on your plate.


The basic foodstuffs that do not need refrigeration:

  • – Ready-made camping meals: dried and freeze-dried varieties
  • – Tea, coffee, cocoa
  • – Hard cheeses: like aged sharp cheddar, aged gouda, parmesan – no need to refrigerate, store in a cool place out of sunlight
  • – Cereal products: oatmeal, muesli. Quinoa and bulgur are good sources of protein
  • – Fruit: fresh and dried
  • – Nuts: good for meals or for snacks
  • – Sunflower seeds : good in meals or snack landings
  • – Bread: flat bread and hard biscuits (ordinary bread gets squashed and fills up too much.
  • – Soup: Instant Knorr, or broth to make your own
  • – Spices: oregano, basil, paprika, chili
  • – Lentils: quick cooking, dried or canned beans
  • – Pasta: thinner cooks faster
  • – Dried vegetables
  • – Honey, sugar
  • – Ready-made dry mixture for sno bread (with dry yeast)

Experiences on and near the campsite

Køge & Vallø Camping boasts the perfect location for weeks of adventures, both on-site, in the immediate vicinity and in the general area. Køge & Vallø Camping has a perfect location on the island Zeeland and in Køge takes it only 10 minutes by walking, then you are in the center of Køge and at the mainstation. This page gives you an overview of just some of the options.