Lille Vildmose in the eastern part of Himmerland is a Danish wilderness and an eldorado for nature lovers and people with an interest in history. The area is Denmark’s biggest protected region with its 7600 hectares. Here you will find, amongst other things Northwestern Europe’s largest raised bog, lakes with a lot of birds and unique nature and forests. You will have the opportunity to spot golden eagles, wild boars, cranes, stags, otters and other big animals.
Aalborg Zoo is an urban animal park located near the center of Aalborg. Aalborg Zoo is visited on an annual basis by around 400,000 guests, and the park contains more than 1,500 animals, spread over approx. 126 different species and is approx. 8 hectares
KUNSTEN - Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, is located in Aalborg on Kong Christians Allé. KUNSTEN attracts around 92,000 visitors annually.
Aalborg is a modern city with a lot of facilities only 20 km from Frydenstrand Camping. Aalborg has a lot of possibilities for shopping in the special shops. By evening and night you should visit the famaous Jomfru Ane gade with many restuarants and bars.
Take a trip with the ferry to the old fishing town Hals.In the summertime there is a lot of life on the harbour and only a short trip to the center. The months of June until August there is also a square market in Hals every Wednesday.