The tranquility of camping on the shores of Oslofjord will be compounded by the knowledge of exactly how much money you are saving in this stratospherically expensive city. With kitchens, washrooms, and a full-service restaurant on site at Fjordcamp, there are pitches for RVs, tents, and caravans. Hvervenbukta is the springboard for hiking and cycling trips out into the wilderness plus fishing, swimming, and boating in the fjord. Despite this abundance of natural beauty, Oslo center is easily accessible at a mere 9km (5[bf]1/2 miles) away.