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Practical information

Spend the whole day in the park with your family and friends! Mjøsparken offers both dining and accommodation, and lots of fun activities for everyone. You can reach the park by train, bus, boat and car.  

Parkering ved Mjøsparken


There are several options for parking close to Mjøsparken. All the parking areas are shown in the map. You can also charge your electric car nearby. 

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Public transport

You can reach Mjøsparken by train, bus or boat. The train station in Brumunddal is within walking distance to the park, and only takes a few minutes. 

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BUA Ringsaker

Borrow sports gear

The organisation BUA Ringsaker rents out all kinds of sports gear for free. The BUA-service is available to both inhabitants and visitors in Ringsaker.  

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Wood Hotel Mjøstårnet Ringsaker kommune

Places to eat

In and around Mjøsparken there are several different establishments that offer meals, snacks, and refreshments. The park itself offers barbeque facilities for visitors who want to prepare their own meals.

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Turistkontoret i Brumunddal

Tourist information office

Would you like to visit other parts of Ringsaker and our region? At the tourist information office, they’re happy to point you in the right direction. Find out where to eat, learn about all the unique and pleasant offers for accommodation, or discover the numerous attractions that our area has to offer.  

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Toalettanlegg Mjøsparken Ringsaker

Public restrooms

There are public restrooms available within the park and next to the parking area by “the sugarmound”, the popular rest stop with a view over the lake Mjøsa and the surrounding area. 

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Overnatting Sveinhaug gård


Ringsaker offers a wide range of accommodation. You can spend the night at Wood Hotel Mjøstårnet, the world’s tallest timber building at 85,4 metres. Or perhaps you would rather wake up among squirrels and forest birds in one of our tree top cabins? Or how about a night in one of our many farm estates, surrounded by fields in the magnificent landscape of our countryside? 

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Mjøsas hvite svane ved Skibladnerbrygga i Mjøsparken


Skibladner is the world’s oldest paddle steamer in timetabled service and one of Norway’s best-loved attractions, being 167 years old in August 2023. She is still powered by her steam engines from 1888 and offers a uniquely authentic experience of steamship travel in the 1800s.  

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Mjøsparken lading elbil

Charge your electric vehicle

In Brumunddal you can charge your EV in the parking space of Mjøsparken, at McDonalds, the Shell service station and at the Mølla shopping centre in the town centre. 

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