ClassificationThe new Nordic star requirements have been introduced, with a transition period up to 2012. This means that there will be some discrepancies during this period. So check which symbol is listed under each enterprise, in addition to the number of stars. Look for this sign at reception. This sign symbolizes that the site has been classified and approved.Full service: 20.06–-12.08
Wintercamping: Open for seasonal guests 1. september to 30. april. Limited service: Weekends, school holidays including Christmas and Easter
 
 The Campsite  Cabins The stars are awarded from 1 to 5 in both categories and are adjudged independently.This means that a five star camp site could have a 1 star cabin, and vice versa.
 
The Campsite

Someone in charge must be present who is responsible for day-to-day supervision.
There must be a message board listing opening hours, classification, house rules, fire safety, prices and emergency phone numbers.
Sanitary facilities must be indoors.
Showers and sinks must have hot and cold water.
All buildings must be well lighted.
There must be access to indoor cooking facilities.
The entranceway must be clearly marked, with signs clearly indicating opening hours.
All roads on the property must have level paving, well-maintained and with good load bearing capacity.
The entranceway must be lighted.
A first-aid kit must be available.
The buildings, both inside and out, and the area in general must be kept clean and well-maintained.

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In addition to the above, the following are required:
There must be a map indicating the location of fire extinguishers.
There must be a clearly marked, centrally located reception area.

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In addition to the above, the following are required:
There must be on-site supervision day and night.
An overview must be available of activities, events and sights in the vicinity.
The kitchen must be in a separate room, with table and chairs.
Shopping must be available in the immediate vicinity.
The site’s total area must be enclosed, to restrict access by trespassers.
There must be a clearly numbered division of the lots.
There must be a separate area for tents with table and seating, bike stand and access to the mains.
The entranceway must be blocked between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.
There must be lighting throughout the whole area.
The playground must be enclosed

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In addition to the above, the following are required:
The reception area must be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
There must be a store or kiosk on site.
It must be possible to purchase meals, or have meals served, within a 3-km radius.
Waste containers must be placed at covered refuse sites.

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In addition to the above, the following are required:
Someone in charge must be present day and night during the opening period.
The reception (front desk) must be in a separate room, simply furnished.
There must be a dedicated TV room.
There must be a separate sitting room for children.
There must be a store on site.
There must be a place to eat within a max. 1-km radius.
There must be an indoor play and activity room.

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CabinsGeneral speaking, cabins of all categories must adhere to the official requirements regarding rental of accommodation.
The stars are shown against the cabin symbol .

The stars are awarded from 1 to 5.

The cabin consists of one room and necessary furnishings, and electricity.
In addition to the above: Electricity (lighting, heating, refrigerator, hot plate, etc.) The cabin may have several rooms.


In addition to the above: Separate bedroom. Tap water


In addition to the above: Hot and cold water, WC/shower. Cutlery/utensils etc. 1 living room, min. 1 bedroom.

In addition to the above: Hotel standard with self catering facilities.
The facilities above are available at classified camp sites. Many camp sites can offer more service and activity facilities. Symbols not covered by the star classifications can be found in the text under the individual camp sites.