You can always park and sleep in your campervan and motorhome in official campsites in Denmark. There are also rest stops around the country, including public car parks, where you can pull up, refresh, refill water, sleep overnight and use the services, provided you don't make a camp. If this is not allowed at specific car parks, you will see signs stating this.
Some towns and harbours around Denmark make special provisions for campervans in the summer months, where you can park your campervan and enjoy local sights during the day and sleep in your campervan at night, for a small fee. Ask at your local tourist office for details of provisions in your areas. As well as this, there are many farms around Denmark that offer pitches and places to park campervans on their land (called farm camping).
Around 90% of Danish campsites with a star classification provide campervan facilities and the possibility of filling your water tank. Many campsites have also special space set aside for motorhomes.
Read more about motorhomes at Danish campsites at the Danish Campsites website.
Find farm camping at www.bondegaardsferie.dk.
See more than 400 campervan and motorhome sites and their facilities at www.stellplatz-danmark.dk.