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.
You can stay max two nights at each location.
In Gyttegård Plantation - 10 min. outside Billund - you will find a bonfire hut with integrated shelter with room for approx. 20 people. In addition to the bonfire hut, there are tables and benches, barbecue and possibility to gather wood for the fireplace / grill in the forest.
Shelter and bonfire hut must be booked through the Danish Nature Agency’s website: www.nst.dk
In case no one has booked the place, it is available for anyone who wants to stay for a shorter or longer time – whether it’s just for a short rest, or an overnight stay.
Suitable for the disabled: No
Drinking water: No
Access from water: No
Opportunity to shower: No
Dogs on leash: Yes
Opportunity to bring own horse: Yes