This shelter site offers firewood service, click here to read more.
Polakkasernen’s shelter site
At the edge of the village called Tågerup, you’ll find the museum, Polakkasernen, which is dedicated to the local history. In the corner of their backyard, they have a nice little shelter site surrounded by trees and other greenery. The site has one shelter, a nice campfire site, a grill and a primitive toilet, and there are several picnic benches available in the garden. Past the trees there’s nothing but fields and more nature, so you can expect to enjoy a peaceful and quiet stay with just the sounds of nature as soundtrack.
If you need groceries, then the nearby village Errindlev has a nice village-run grocery store. The trip down to Rødby is only 6 km if you want more grocery options.
- Number of shelters: 1
- Persons per shelter: 5
- Tent site: No, try Errindlev Mejeri instead.
- Prices: 40 DKK per person in shelter.
- Drinking water: Yes, on the outer wall of the museum.
- Toilet: Yes, there is a primitive toilet.
- Campfire site: Yes, there is a campfire site with grill and benches.
- Charging: Yes, you can charge your electric bike, phone and other electronics at the southern door.
- Information: Read more about the museum on their website, Museum Polakkasernen.
- Caretaker: See email receipt.
- Parking: Yes, parking is allowed in the entrance to the museum.
Would you like to sleep in a shelter? Book by clicking here: The “Hvide Ørn” shelter. The shelter is named white eagle after the Polish national symbol, and it was also the name of a frigate which was conquered by Tordenskjold at the battle of Fehmarn (1715).
If everything is fully booked at Polakkasernen, then we recommend the nearby shelter sites at Errindlev Mejeri (east), Lyttesholm or Errindlev Havn (south), Bursø Grusgrav (north) depending on your intended direction.