Canoe rental, Ramgärde

Address: Ramgärde, Smitterstad, 594 91 Gamleby Date: Wednesday 8 jun 2016 - Thursday 1 Nov 2018 Show map

Address: Ramgärde, Smitterstad, 594 91 Gamleby

If you want to experience the great outdoors, try a 50-km canoeing trip from Lillsjön, north of Hallingeberg, which will take you through the waterways out into the sea at Skaftet. Rent your canoe from Ramgärde Kanot. Accommodation can also be arranged.

Here you will find excellent waters to paddle in; however, some watercourses may be almost impassable. The trail includes 7–8 lifts; the longest is in Ankarsrum, which is approximately 800 m. That section is not a canoe trail, and, therefore, is not marked out. Ramgärde Kanot also rent out one- and two-person kayaks. Life jackets and a canoe trailer are included in the price. There is also a small youth hostel converted from old log cabins and a larger building from the turn of the 20th century. Almost all of the buildings have showers and flush toilets. The large building has a modern kitchen offering self-catering accommodation. An additional bed for children is available at no extra charge. The weekly rental – a log cabin with kitchen and a canoe – is SEK 3,000. Kayaks may also be rented from Västervik and Blankaholm, if the start location is agreed in advance. Groups can hire a wood-heated sauna, hot tub and rooms.

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Friday 24 nov 2017

About this activity

  • Mobile phone
    +46 70 52 77 307
  • Street address 1
    Ramgärde, Smitterstad
  • City (address)
    594 91 Gamleby
  • Price information
    Canadian canoe and regular canones 100 SEK per day.

Nearby accommodation

Hotels and guesthouses

Best Western PLUS Västerviks Stadshotell

Distance: 28.7 km
The Best Western Västerviks Stadshotell is the largest provider of accommodation, food and drink, conference facilities and entertainment in the northern part of Kalmar County. The hotel is located right in the centre of Västervik, a stone’s throw from the sea.