A new gem has arrived near Skærbæk in Southern Jutland. In the summer of 2021, the new experience and camping center, Marsk Camp, opened. Particular attention has been paid to one of the major attractions at Marsk Camp, namely the Marsh Tower. The tower was designed by nothing less than the famous architectural firm, Bjarke Ingels Group, which has also been responsible for the drawings for, for example, the harbor bath at Islands Brygge and the award-winning Tirpitz Bunker Museum.
Marsk Camp was started by nine business people from the local area, whose desire is to make Skærbæk more attractive to tourists as well as the locals.
The tower is 25 meters high and has cost something close to 24 million kroner to have built. In the first 4 weeks alone, there have been almost 17,000 visitors, and the tower has since the opening received both attention from home and abroad, as journalists from both the Netherlands, Germany and the US have been a smut because to experience the new beautiful landmark.
Opening hours - All days of the week 09: 00-21.00 (Opening hours change continuously)
Ticket price - DKK 90 per person. Free for children between 0-6 years.
To secure a ticket, they must be booked online on Marsk Camp's website
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Marsh Camp is full of experiences
Marsh Camp offers far more than the beautiful Marsh Tower. The camp is located right on the edge of the Wadden Sea National Park, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In addition, there is also the possibility of accommodation, wonderful food and various guided tours in the surrounding nature.
The camp offers boats motorhome pitches and glamping.
Here are a total of 126 motorhome pitches, which are located in three divided zones, each with their own character. There are both toilet and shower facilities as well as the opportunity to wash clothes.
Motorhome pitch - DKK 125 per night. (includes 2 people, wifi, dog and free space)
Marsk Camp also offers the possibility of renting a glamping tent. A total of 6 tents have been erected, and each tent can accommodate 6 people with its 24 m2. There is virtually nothing that the glamping tents do not contain, as there is a living room, refrigerator, hob, kettle, crockery, terrace with barbecue and furniture and much more. Each glamping tent comes with its own toilet facilities, just a few meters from the tent itself.
Glamping tent - DKK 1,195 per night. (DKK 300 is paid for cleaning afterwards)
Ice house and restaurant
The camp has both one ice house and one restaurant. The restaurant uses fresh and local ingredients to give guests the best possible experience. They give their guests a promise: “All our guests should go happier from here than when they arrived.”
Ice house opening hours - All days of the week 10.00-21.00.
Restaurant opening hours - All days of the week 11.00-16.00 and 17.30-22.00 (The kitchen closes 20.30)
There are several different experiences for guests and visitors. You can both go out and experience 'Black sun', go on an oyster or gathering trip, and last but not least, they also offer a tractor bus trip which includes stories about the area.
Black sun trip - DKK 185 per person.
Østerstur - DKK 695 per person.
Collection - DKK 695 per person.
Tractor bus - ISK 75 per person. (Children 0-5 years get it for free and for children 6-12 years you pay 30 kr.)
Last but not least, the camp also has one minigolf Lane which is open every day of the week from 09:00 to 21:00.
Frequently asked questions
When you arrive at the car park by the main house, the tower is just to the left.
There are 146 steps up to the top and 131 steps down again.
It costs DKK 90 per person. (Children between 0-6 years get it for free)
It is open from 09: 00-21: 00 (Changes continuously by the owners)
Yes. The owners have tried to make the area as handicap friendly as possible and there is a lift under construction to the Marsh Tower. In addition, there is disabled parking at the main house right by the reception.
Yes. There are parking spaces just outside the main house as you drive into the camp.
Yes. There are two nature playgrounds.
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