The Reykjavik Campsite is located in a green area in the city. Next door to the campsite, you will find one of Iceland’s largest and most popular geothermal swimming pools, a SPA and a modern fully equipped gym. Apart from the campsite, the area is divided by a small walking path leading to a botanical garden and a petting zoo and ice skating ring. All necessities are close at hand, such as grocery stores, bank, ATM, restaurants and the city buses. It does not take more than around 30 minutes to walk to the city center by walking along the lovely seaside.
Laugardalur Swimming pool
It is the largest outdoor thermal pool in Reykjavik. There is a 50 meter outdoor pool and also ajoining 30 meter pool that is warmer than the 50m pool. It also has hot pots, Jacuzzi, thermal steam bath and an 86-meter-long water slide for young and old.
World Class Gym
The bright and spacious gym contains the best in state-of-the-art fitness equipment from the world’s leading manufacturers, Life Fitness and Hammer Strength. A wide variety of classes are available and for those with infants and children, there are fabulous childcare rooms with plenty of activities for little sportspeople.
Laugar Spa is a high quality luxury health and spa resort situated in the Laugardalur valley in Reykjavík. Laugar has Olympic-size indoor and outdoor thermal pools, a bright and spacious fitness centre, an amazing spa, a restaurant and a beauty and massage clinic with a wide selection of beauty- and massage treatments.
Family Park and Zoo
The Family Park and Zoo in Laugardalur is open all year. The Zoo includes most Icelandic animals, both wild and domesticated, from foxes, reindeer and seals to cattle, horses and sheep. In summer the Family Park offers many rides and play equipment for children of all ages.
Laugardalur also has free entry to our beautiful Botanical Garden, with woods, ponds and birdlife. Beneath the branches the lovely Café Flora is a hidden gem.
Ice skating rink
The ice skating rink in Laugardalur is suited for ice-hockey and figure skating. The venue is indoor and is used for practice, competitions and the general public