Silence rules are only written on paper. So if you go with your family with little kids - dont buy more than one night and test. Maybe we had a bad time to camp here. But still there wasnt stuff to keep the rules. There was other families too and one left at the night.
Stayed one night. There is free parking nearby but you can also park the car near to your cabin (I preferred not to, too many people going by). The cabins are big and very, very clean. The cleanest I have seen so far. There is also a small kitchen. My cabin was number 18, at the very end meaning it would take me a long walk to reach the bathroom very time. The view was nice, with the forest and the sea nearby. Very peaceful. The downside was the crowds. It was full of people, caravans and camping tents. The number of toilets and shower is not enough to accommodate all those people. The bathrooms get really crowded, with people waiting there or just coming in and out every second. Looking at that made me wonder what the point of months long border closure really was if you let people crowd in small bathrooms like that? I don't care but it is pointless in my view. Also, it is not really fair to people who paid for cabins. I paid over 100 EUR for the cabin for one night and I have to share the bathroom with caravan and tents people who paid less than half of what I paid, and had to wait for them to use the toilet. I think those people should have their own shared bathroom.…
I have only been to a couple of camping sites in my life and compared to those I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of Gröna udden. The beach looked lovely, but we only used the sauna area for swimming and it was perfect as well, even though I'm quite picky. The only downside were the steps leading into the water; they were old, slippery and wobbly and quite dangerous if you're not careful - please replace the steps and add a bannister! Also, one of the lamp cords in hut 3 was peeled out so that the wires were visible, which is not safe. Other than that, I have only good things to say about the place. The huts were adequately equipped (good pillows!) and I liked the common cooking area. The showers/toilets were also adequate. I would gladly return to Gröna udden in the future. Thank you for a delightful stay!…
Stayed one night at Gröna Uddens in a tent - not recommending it, here’s why: Cost for 2ppl: 30€ (!!!) The terrain is mostly bad for a tent - the whole place is just a one slope with no even surfaces. The kitchen was clean but had nothing there - no pans, no plates etc, no cutting boards, no soap or working stoves. Charging a telephone was forbidden and you could do that in the lobby if you paid more. No recycling, which is very unusual in Finland in 2019. Sauna was not included to the price. Why to stay here when you can find a similar (or better) facilities from the nature? ...and it’s totally free and legal in Åland and in Finland.
We booked the cabin three days before arrival at July and we got last cabin which was available, I recommend to book a bit earlier. There is bunk beds for four persons in cabin and kitchenette. Cabin was quite small but nice, no any odd odor or smell. It is allowed to cook in cabin but not to fry. The beach is nice and the building with toilets and showers is clean. It takes only 10-15 minutes to walk to city center. I recommend to walk through the small nice island Lilla holmen.
Expensive, 2 adults and teltplace was 30€. Here is nice kitchen and shower. Staff was kind and polite. Second night there were svenskatalande teens and they played volleyball all night after 10 pm. And then, in the morning we could not sleep after 7 am cause the finnish scouth team were screaming without careing theres other people on camp. Also.
We stay here for the third summer. Great little beach. Fresh showers thats included in the tent fee. Quiet in night time. The reception serves breakfast and pizza. Overall a great stay and i am pretty sure we are back next summer.
Located in Mariehamn, within easy reach of the city center and holds a great beach and facilities. The camping area had good spots for tents. Only minus was that you had to pay to charge any electronic devices such as phones.
I was a little nervous to leave our hotel in town for the camping cabins, but it ended up being my favorite part of our trip to the islands. We ate our breakfast basket (ordered at checkin and picked up each morning at the front desk) on the deck each morning, enjoying a thermos of hot black coffee just like my Finnish grandpa used to do. The bunk beds were unexpected but kind of fun, and I enjoyed pissing off my husband reading thrillers late into the night with my IKEA reading lamp. I didn't love the shower facilities but that's just because I'm averse to high-school locker room memories. The facilities were very clean and well kept. In fact all the grounds were clean all the time. We rented beat-up bikes (caution: the brakes ain't what they useta be!) for 15 Euro/day and took them all over the place, on a ferry to Foglo and riding all the well-maintained bike paths in town. It was a sheer joy to just ride to explore. At night we saw gorgeous amounts of stars, and my husband loved swimming at the beach (just watch out for goose poop). I sadly didn't get to the do the beach sauna or eat on the waterfront, but we did love the hell out of our cabin #18. It's cozy, clean, and quiet. Just what you expect when you take a 5-hour ferry after a 7-hour flight to get the hell out of New York City. I never slept so well! Miss you already, Mariehamn.…
Its a short walk thru a green area and you reach the heart of Mariehamn. Nice beach. Lots of spaces. Café is a bit boring so I advise to bring own breakfast and eat dinner downtown. Still we would like to come back due to its big open area and beauty location.