Rastplatzes in Sweden and wild camping

A quick whistlestop drive through Stockholm and onto a lakeside Rastplatz
A quick whistlestop drive through Stockholm and onto a lakeside Rastplatz

Rastplatzes are great stopovers which the Swedes provide to their motoring public.  As a Motorhomer we were able to stop in these overnight.  Some are close to the road so not ideal but others are set back in the forest or by a lake.

Also, there is the rule that you can camp wild as long as it is a certain distance from a person’s home.  The forest at Fulltofta was a great place we stopped on the way out on our trip and we returned here once again as it was fantastic.  Our ideal stopover is somewhere quiet and somewhere we can go walking, so this forest fulfilled our needs.

Near the lakeside
Near the lakeside
A picnic spot in torrential rain
A picnic spot in torrential rain
A spot by a mill house and travelling through lots of poopy and cornflower fields
A spot by a mill house and travelling through lots of poopy and cornflower fields
A wild camping spot in the forest
A wild camping spot in the forest
Wild camp spot in the forest with evidence of old walls from previous farming practices.
Wild camp spot in the forest with evidence of old walls from previous farming practices
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