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Welcome to Mjøsparken! 

Mjøsparken is a park area which facilitates recreation in beautiful surroundings all year around. Enjoy lazy days on the beach, take a stroll on the lovely promenade or have an active day in the skating area. The possibilities are almost endless! In Mjøsparken you can buy tasty summer dishes, snacks and cold drinks. The park is situated next to Wood Hotel in the world’s largest wood building, Mjøstårnet. The hotel restaurant offers warm drinks and an a la carte menu, and if the waters of lake Mjøsa is too cold for your liking, you can visit the indoor pool in Mjøsbadet right next door. 

Mjøsa Dog Park is situated just south of Wood Hotel, on the other side of the river. In the dog park, dogs and their owners c...
By the pump house, you can enjoy a lovely meal at Bolstad by Mjøsa. The small restaurant bases their menu on local produce, w...
In the summer of 2023, a new outdoor arena with approximately 2100 seating places opens at Mjøsparken. The amphitheatre has a...
In the innermost part of Brumunddal marina you can find a guest port and unmanned fuel facilities for boats. 
The world’s tallest wood building, Mjøstårnet, is situated right next to Mjøsparken. The high-rise was built by local busines...
When in full bloom, the sensory garden looks and smells lovely. This truly is a beautiful place to enjoy the sun and the lake...
The river promenade connects the lake Mjøsa and Mjøsparken with the city centre of Brumunddal. The walk along the river Brumu...
The city beach has the quality of a little lagoon at the Mjøsa lakeside. On the beach you can enjoy the sun from the morning ...
The stationary table which can be found next to the basket court can be used freely. Bring your own ball and rackets and have...
Along the main road E6 a resting area has been constructed between Mjøsparken and the freeway. The resting area is designed a...
Skibladner is the world’s oldest paddle steamer in timetabled service and one of Norway’s best-loved attractions, being 167 y...
The skating area covers 1.100 square metres, as well as a separate area of 250 square metres for younger children.  
The sand volleyball course is available for anyone who want to play volleyball. Bring your own volleyball. The course has sea...
Mjøsparken has two pétanque courses, both measuring up to international standards, 4 x 15 metres. The courses are framed with...
From the park area of Mjøsparken and towards the north along the shore of Mjøsa, a new promenade has been established. The pr...
The indoor swimming facility Mjøsbadet is situated a stone’s throw from Mjøsparken.  
The miniature golf course consists of 12 courses, all decorated with popular figures from the universe of the famous Ringsake...
The playground in Mjøsparken is filled with fun activities for our youngest visitors. The playground was donated by the Brumu...
For almost 100 years, the area which now has been transformed into the beautiful Mjøsparken was an industrial site. In 1916, ...
The basket court covers 1.070 square metres, and has four baskets. In other words, it is set up as two courts which can also ...
There are several options for parking close to Mjøsparken. All the parking areas are shown in the map. You can also charge yo...
There are public restrooms available within the park and next to the parking area by “the sugarmound”, the popular rest stop ...

Mjøsparken offers activities for visitors of all ages: a basket ball court, a large skating facility, a playground with a zipline, and a lovely beach which must be experienced. The park also has a petanque court and a beautiful sensory garden. Or perhaps you would prefer a stroll along the Mjøspromenade, or maybe board the passenger ship Skibladner – the world’s oldest paddle steamer still in timetabled service?    

Friday:

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8°C 1 m/s

Saturday:

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17°C 1 m/s

Sunday:

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18°C 4 m/s

Monday:

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18°C 3 m/s

Tuesday:

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18°C 3 m/s
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