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Nordic Camping Nickstabadet


#4 of 4 Specialty lodging in Nynashamn
The campsite is located by Nickstabadet, Nynäshamn's large seaside beach with sandy beaches and large grassy areas.
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Non-smoking hotel
Paid Internet
Paid Wifi
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Wheelchair access
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Non-smoking rooms
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53Somewhat walkable
Grade: 53 out of 100
28Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
2Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
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Reception was friendly, which you want from a campsite. We arrived after booking a pitch on-line, we had a solar panel and found the pitch was quite shaded so asked to move to a better pitch. Although it was a busy site, they managed to sort us a better site. It was a busy weekend, being midsummer day, it was busy but plenty to do around the area with the town being a 5-10 walk away and the train station is in the town or just up the road from the site. Great bike rides around the local area. The toilets are starting to look a little tired, but they are cleaned every day. The only issue was with the people using the toilets, rather than the campsite not cleaning the toilets.The cafe/bar was ok, but had that greasy joe feel and needed to be updated a little. The beach on site is really nice, but be aware it is used by members of the public too. A public footpath runs alongside the site and it is a open site. At the end of the day, we had no issues with it and used it as a base to explore the area and Stockholm.
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Stayed 4 nights at the end of a two week camping trip in Sweden. We stayed in a tent with electricity and found the pitch too small (we actually had a pup tent for the kids too but had mentioned this when we checked in). We were unable to fit the car on our pitch and had to leave it a couple of minutes walk away on the car park, which we were given a permit for. We found the staff generally friendly and helpful - the lady who welcomed us spoke Swedish, English, German and Spanish. Good links to Stockholm with the station for commuter trains just an easy 10 mins walk away. When we were there there there was work being done on the line so there was a free replacement bus service to the outskirts of the city, where we caught the train. This worked well. The staff were able to advise on this and on a trip to the Abba museum. The kids loved playing in the sea with the diving boards, swing and water slides, although they confirm earlier comments about dog poo on the grass. We ate at the restaurant one night and found it quite pleasant, with a range of food on offer - from burgers and pizzas to the interestingly titled "King Oscar", which was a schnitzel cut of meat with a hollandaise-type sauce, prawns and asparagus. With drinks and a game of mini-golf for the kids this came in at SEK 600, not bad at Swedish prices. The sanitation facilities were kept clean and generally tidy, but were too small for this size of campsite(which seems to be becoming an ongoing theme). At busy times people were waiting to use the toilets (up to 7 in the queue). There were only two wash cubicles, so sometimes we had to use the sinks by the toilets. This could lead to a situation where people come out of the toilet to find nowhere available to wash their hands. Not really good enough. The washing machines also gave an issue. SEK 500 buys two and a half hours, however the two washing machines were just regular machines (7kg) and therefore took a long time to cycle, or you had to reduce the settings to get a quicker time. If you had a lot of washing you had to use both machines - so queues developed. Although the camp rules say that radios must be kept quiet, and silent after 11.00 pm, there has been loud music while we've been here and last night my wife was awoken at 04.30 by what seemed to be a beach party going on. Overall we've enjoyed our stay, but the sanitation facilities need an upgrade.
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We had just left one 4 star camping to arrive at this 4 star camping. We were camping in a tent, and were a bit dismayed that the tent part (without electricity) of the camping was the furthest part from the toilets (although still reachable). However, it was between trees and next to the access path for locals visiting the beach. This meant that there were always people walking by (particularly when the weather was good). Also, it was a small (tent) area with trees which was great for putting up a washing line, but the ground was uneven and not very grassy which meant is was uncomfortable to sleep on. The camping is close to the train, and stockholm is an hours journey. We had some issues with a caravan next to our tent where the occupants were somewhat permanent tenants of the campsite. Loud drunken shouting at 5 in the morning and music was played from 6 am till midnight. We complained, and from what we gathered, someone spoke with the occupants - however no apology was made, and although we suggested that maybe we can place our tent somewhere else, this was not offered. The music was a little quieter after the complaint, but was still played from 6am - midnight. We didn't think the staff were particularly friendly... it was all a little robotic. The location is nice, particularly if you don't want to sit near the city. With nice weather, the swimming there at the beach really is fantastic (although you have to kick a lot of the geese poop to one side). Given the price for having a tent there, a grassy, quiet area would be nice.
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I have come to Niksta almost every year since I was born and I am now in my 40s. The place is looking run down, the charming kiosk has turned into a down market fast food shop and the beach....my husband and I were horrified that walking along the grass where people sunbathe had become a game of "avoid the dog poo". We have two young children and I felt this was a great health hazard. What happened to this place? It used to be really good and now it screaming out for some love and attention. Thank goodness the water slides are still excellent - they made the day better but I left with great disappointment.
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I stayed on the campsite for one night with a friend when we went backpacking in Sweden. Small, not overly fancy yet lovely campsite, set on a beautiful lake (or is it the sea? We didn't quite know), close to the train station. The facilities are clean and offer all you need. Our highlight was the little restaurant on the site, which offers simple but tasty food and whose owners/cooks/waiters/employees, three funny guys, made us feel very welcome on our first day in Sweden. The beach was covered in goose-droppings though, but then again, there were load of geese, so there's not much the campsite staff can do about it, I assume.
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$62 - $63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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