CAMP 4215

Camp 4215 is a beautiful place in the middle of Skåne, Sweden, less that 200 km from central Copenhagen, Denmark.


Harastorp 4215, 282 93 Röke, Sweden.

Contact: Ronni Kahalani
Phone: +45 2883 3904

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Note: When using StreetView, the images can be pretty old.





  • The main house is originally farmer house from 1910, which still has its old romantic look and feel mixed with modern utilities and infrastructure.
  • 6 sleeping places inside, 4 on first floor and 2 below, in the living room area.
  • Clean and clear drinking water well (Ph value of 7, and is measured regularly)
  • Modern bath and rest room
  • 2 fire places, wood stove and wrought iron stove (both usable)
  • Electric ceramic stove
  • TV, DVD player and DVD movie library


  • Great space in the middle of nature, with the forrest and surrounding lakes, with a small asphalt road that connects to the rest of the world.
  • Open terrasse at the main house
  • Pond with sun platform
  • Handcrafting workshop in the old barn
  • Big semi-open social barn with grill and camp fire places
  • Herbs and kitchen garden
  • Dog and pet area


From / to Copenhagen Denmark (via car)

From/to Copenhagen Denmark (via public transport)

  • 1½ hour with one regional train from Copenhagen main train station or the airport, One way ticket ~170 DKK / 216 SEK
  • 20 minutes with car/cap/taxi from Hässleholm.
  • Take Bus 51 to Röke Church from Hässleholm train station (20 min) and walk 4 km or use a bike.

Locations nearby

  • Tyringe (17 km)
  • Hässleholm or Ørkeljunge (20 km)
  • Skåneporten via highway E4 (20 km)
  • Vittsjø camping and canoe rental (15 km)
  • Limestone caves, Hässleholm (20 km)
  • Skyrup shop (Trästället) and Country- /Golf Club (24 km)
  • Beaches up north near Kattegat, Ängelholm and Båstad (50 km)
  • Beaches down south near the Baltic Sea, Ystad and the ferrie to Bornholm (110 km)
  • Skåne Wildlife Park (50 km)
  • Helsingør / Helsingborg ferries (70 km)
  • Malmø (120 km)
  • Copenhagen City, via highway E4, 2 hour drive (130 km)
  • Ullared, Scandinavia's largest shopping city(150 km)
  • Skiing & cross-country skiing
    • Valåsen (40 km)
    • Vångabacken (70 km)
    • Isaberg (160 km)

Treasure HUNTING

Going treasure hunting in the forrest and lake areas is great fun and thrill, for both kids and adults,


  • Refreshments.
  • Survival and hunting equipment.
  • Use of air rifle or gun, for shooting activities.



  • Bike - electrical city bike, impeller or cross-country mountain bike
  • Motorcross bike or ATV
    • Note: Not allowed on public roads, only in the forrest
  • Fishing permit and gear
  • Air rifles and guns

Other Offerings

  • Refreshments (we recommend you buy your own foods and drinks), but if you run dry and are to tired to drive to the city, we can supply you with refreshments like drinks and snacks. See the menu on-site.
  • Hire a slaughter, on-site and get roated wild boar or pig on-site (minimum 8 persons)
    • Includes potatosalat, homemade bread. Drinks are not included, but available.
  • Insights into the creative mind
  • Mental math and memory skills
  • Wood/lumbering craftwork
  • Treasure hunting in the forrest landscape (day- & nighttime)
  • Survival techniques
  • ATV race in the forrest
  • Fishing & hunting
  • Rowing or canoeing on the surrounding lakes
  • Air rifle & gun
  • on-site roasted wild boar