Nestled in the woods by the flowing stream.
The camp site Systragil is in the valley Fnjóskadalur, about 20 km for Akureyri and waterfall Goðafoss. Systragil stands by road no. 833, about 2 km off road no. 1. The camping ground is located at Hróarsstaðir farm in the valley of Fnjóskadalur in the county of Suður-Þingeyjarsýsla, North Iceland. The camping ground is on the west side of the valley, facing the largest natural birch wood in Iceland, Vaglaskógur. The camp site Systragil is sheltered with growth and is suitable for tents, folding campers and mobile homes.
Systragil is located centrally in North Iceland. Within an hour drive are Goðafoss waterfall (20 km), Laufás parsonage (20 km), town of Akureyri (20 km), Húsavík village (65 km) and lake Mývatn where you can explore Námaskarð (an expanse of hot sulfuric mud springs and fumaroles), Dimmuborgir lava field and Jarðböðin thermal baths (60 – 75 km).
The camping site is equipped with electricity, playground, heated toilet facilities, washing machine, small house to cook in and sit together on cold evenings, warm water, shower and waste disposal for mobile homes. Small creek Systralækur runs through the camp site. Marked walking paths can be found both in Vaglaskógur and next to the camping ground. The area is lush with greenery and mushrooms and berries can be found in the area.
Opens 1. June.
Adults: 1.700 kr. but 1.200 kr. for 67 years and older.
Children, 15 years and younger: 0 kr.
Electricity: 1.000 kr.
Washing machine: 500 kr.
Shower: 200 kr.