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Hire a campervan in Oslo

Next stop: the forest! Oslo is one of the few capitals in the world that has an extensive network of hiking trails and nature paths in close proximity to the city centre. The Nordmarka forest is just a short metro ride away. Hire a campervan in Oslo and explore the more than 40 picturesque islands that surround the city. Or climb Norway’s highest mountain, Galdhøpiggen, which is just a short drive from Oslo, and enjoy the spectacular views. Book your campervan hire in Oslo today and explore the “Green Capital of Europe” and the graceful nature of Norway.

From £79 / night

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Energivegen 16
2069 Jessheim

Getting to the station

From Oslo Gardermoen Airport: Take Bus 450 heading towards Årnes. Alight at Aktivitetsvegen, and from there, it’s just a short 3-minute walk.
From Oslo Central Train Station: Take Train R13 bound for Dal and disembark at the Nordby stop. It’s a 7-minute walk from there.

Parking information

Parking availability around our station is limited.

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roadsurfer campers in Oslo

  • 4
  • 4

Road House Motorhome with pop-up roof (540)

  • 140 hp diesel
  • spacious kitchen area
  • Indoor shower/wet room (warm)
  • WC
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Parking assistance, rear camera, Tempomat, etc.
  • 4
  • 2+2

Family Finca Motorhome with a fixed high roof (600)

  • 177 hp diesel
  • spacious kitchen area
  • Indoor shower/wet room (warm)
  • WC
  • Fixed high roof
  • Parking assistance, rear camera, Tempomat, etc.
  • 3
  • 2+1

Cozy Cottage Semi-integrated motorhome (700)

  • 177 hp diesel
  • spacious kitchen area
  • large bathroom
  • WC
  • without pop-up roof
  • Rear view camera, cruise control, spacious rear garage, etc.

Your roadsurfer perks

Unlimited mileage

Free 2nd driver included

Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure

Roadside assistance

Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included

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Motorhome hire in Oslo

Hire a campervan in Oslo and start an unforgettable road trip through Norway’s famous natural beauty. Take the ferry to Bygdøy and explore the green island with its diverse museums and picturesque beaches and nature trails. Here you can also visit the Viking Ship Museum and the Fram Polar Research Museum. South of the city you will find the Oslofjord, a maritime landscape of bays, islands and peninsulas that is a popular destination for boating and water sports. About three hours from Oslo, the Telemark region offers a beautiful landscape of deep lakes, waterfalls and rugged mountains. Here you can also take the famous Telemark Canal Route. In the Hedmark region in eastern Norway, you can hike in picturesque natural scenery with forests and lakes and visit traditional farms. Don’t miss Jotunheimen National Park, Norway’s largest national park. It’s a paradise for hikers and offers spectacular mountain scenery. Here are a few more tips to help you on your journey.

Campervans: Equipped and ready for adventure

When you hire a campervan in Oslo you can be on the road right away, trusting that your roadsurfer home on wheels is fully stocked. Your campervan comes with an awning, camping table and two chairs to enjoy the space outside of your vehicle. The kitchen box allows you to save money on eating out: you’ve got all the pots, pans, and utensils to cook up your own meals. There’s even a corkscrew and bottle opener, and a cafetière plus mugs for your morning coffee or tea, although you’ll want to bring dish towels, sponges, and eco-friendly dish soap. When you rent a small motorhome from Oslo you will need to bring your own bedding, or you can hire what you need from the station. Full details of what’s included and our suggestions on what to bring along to your Oslo campervan holiday can be found in the equipment list.

Best time to hire a campervan in Oslo

The best time to rent a campervan in Oslo depends on your personal preferences. Do you want to enjoy winter sports in a winter wonderland, or would you rather explore green forests and fjords?

In summer, from June to August, temperatures range from 15°C to 25°C and the days are long – the sun doesn’t set until midnight, which means you can stay out longer. This is an ideal time for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and water sports. Nature is in full bloom and campsites are busy and offer a variety of amenities.

During the transitional periods in spring from March to May and in autumn from September to November, temperatures are mild and there are fewer tourists. This is also a good time to enjoy nature, as the landscape presents itself in bright colours. It can still be cool at these times and some campsites may not be fully open yet.

In winter, from December to February, it can be quite cold in Oslo, with temperatures ranging from 0°C to -30°C. You can enjoy beautiful winter landscapes and winter sports, with some campsites also offering campsites in winter.

Parking in Oslo

There are several options for parking in Oslo, including multi-storey car parks and on-street parking. Here are some options for parking in Oslo:

  • Car parks and underground garages: There are many car parks and underground garages in Oslo city centre where visitors can park their cars. These often offer convenient and safe parking, but usually require payment. Among the best known are the parking garage at the Opera House (Operaparken), Q-Park Grünerløkka, and the Oslo Plaza parking garage.
  • Street parking: There is also street parking in Oslo, both along the streets and in specially marked parking zones. Note that many street parking spaces are paid and often require a parking meter or mobile phone app to pay the parking fee.
  • Park and Ride: Oslo offers park and ride facilities at various locations on the outskirts of the city. Here visitors can park their car and take public transport to the city centre.

Camping near Oslo

You’ll find a variety of campsites with different facilities for your Oslo road trip. These are the types of campsites available:

  • City campsites: These are located close to Oslo and often provide convenient public transport connections to the city’s attractions.
  • Coastal campsites: These campsites are situated near the coast or along the shore of the Oslofjord, offering direct access to the water.
  • Nature and forest campsites: In the vicinity of Oslo, you’ll find numerous campsites nestled in natural surroundings, surrounded by forests and lakes. These sites are perfect for those seeking seclusion in the heart of nature.
  • Family-friendly campsites: These campsites cater to families, offering child-friendly facilities and amenities.

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