The camp site at Reykholt is located in the village. The toilet facilities were recently improved and the access to electricity also.
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The foundation to the village Reykholt was made in 1928 with the opening of the childrens school. This school was one of the first schools built in rural areas in Iceland. The population now is about 200.
Geothermal area was discovered in Reykholt in the first part of the 20th centurey and soon thereafter the population started to form.
The geyser at Reykholt, Reykholtshver, is an old geyser that erupts every 10 minutes and erupts about 14 l of 100 degrees hot water pr second and that water is used to heat the houses and green houses in the area. From Reykholt is a great view even though it is only 116 meters above sea levelThe camp site is in the village Reykholt. The camp site is divided into several beautiful groves and one large one. The camp site is a short distance from Gullfoss, waterfall, Geysir, Flúðir and Laugarvatn. It is only about 15 minutes drive to the village Laugarás where the zoo Slakki is.
The age limit is 25 years unless travelling with families.
In the village and close by you will find a small store, the restaurant Café Mika, Friðheimar with its famous tomato soup and a swimming pool in a walking distance.Opening time
1st of june to the 5th of september
Adults: 1.000 kr.
Children: 12-18 years: 500 kr. Free for younger than 12 years old
Electricity: 900 kr.
Accommodation tax: 300 kr pr camping unit.