Bussfest 2019 will take place on 5–7 July at Norrfällsvikens Camping, in the heart of the World Heritage site High Coast (Höga Kusten), Sweden. This modern campsite is located by a beautiful fishing village and marina, about 30 km from the E4 (exit Gallsäter or Ullånger).
There is a fish restaurant and a pizzeria, a beach, a sauna and lots of activities.
The bus meet will include traditional activities such as
- Sales of event and club merchandise
- Bus Push competition for adults’ and kids’ teams
- Vote for the year’s best buses from T1 to T6
- Quiz Walk with questions for both kids and adults
- Long table built of our own camping tables
- Prize ceremony and NT2K’s annual meeting on Sunday
- Cruise to a nice spot to finish off the event
Price for members: SEK 500/bus for two nights, SEK 250/bus for one night, including electricity. A membership fee of SEK 300 will be charged for drivers who haven’t paid already.
You can participate even if you do not want to be a member of the club; then the price is SEK 800 for two nights and SEK 400 for one night, including electricity.
Additional information (3 July 2019)
This is a forest campsite, so please don’t expect to have the usual grassy pitches. However, the ground is quite level and the soil is not too hard to peg down your tents and awnings.
There is a pizzeria that also serves some meat dishes and other portions, and a seafood restaurant with a shrimp buffet on Thursdays if you arrive early.
The campsite has a small shop and there is a well-stocked ICA supermarket in Nordingrå, some 17 km away. The nearest Systembolag (alcohol store) is about one hour’s drive in Kramfors, Härnösand or Örnsköldsvik, so you might want to bring any stronger drinks with you. Alcoholic beverages can also be ordered two days in advance to ICA supermarket in Nordingrå.
Children can have fun in a playground, a bathing place, a petting zoo and the Kids’ Club.
Campsite guests have free access to a beautiful wood-burning sauna.
Sunday’s cruise ends at Mannaminne, a unique museum compound and a versatile and colourful work of art. The entrance fee is SEK100, under 15-year-olds for free, but you don’t have to go in. While we are there, we shall serve hot dogs for all.