Find your way to Naturkraft

You will find Naturkraft at the address: Naturparken 10, 6950 Ringkøbing

On foot

For those who intend to walk to Naturkraft, paths have been established so you can easily walk from Ringkøbing to Naturkraft. Locate the paths on the map at the bottom of the page.

The paths begin at Kastengevej and Holstebrovej/Amtsmandens Allé.

PLEASE NOTE: A new pumping station is currently being built between Naturkraft and Fjordgaarden. Once that is completed, there will be one more path.

By car

Cars drive to Naturkraft via Hovedvej 15 – the ring road that goes around Ringkøbing.

Parking is of course free of charge. Watch out for the different flags in the car park to help you find your way back to the car.

You can also park in Ringkøbing and then walk to Naturkraft. Here is an overview of all parking spaces in the city.

By car

Cars drive to Naturkraft via Hovedvej 15 – the ring road that goes around Ringkøbing.

Parking is of course free of charge. Watch out for the different flags in the car park to help you find your way back to the car.

You can also park in Ringkøbing and then walk to Naturkraft. Here is an overview of all parking spaces in the city.

With disabled sign

There is disabled parking in two places in the area outside Naturkraft: Right by the entrance and in the car park closest to Naturkraft.

You are welcome to drive down to the drop off zone if you have someone with you who is not very mobile. You can then park in the car park and follow the path to Naturkraft.

By bicycle

Cyclists can can also use the paths. In fact, you can cycle right up to the entrance.

To take extra care of you and your bike, we've placed a bicycle area close to the entrance. Here you can put air in your tyres and borrow any tools you might need to get the bike in good shape for your ongoing journey.

Please note that you are not allowed to cycle on highway 15.

By bicycle

Cyclists can can also use the paths. In fact, you can cycle right up to the entrance.

To take extra care of you and your bike, we've placed a bicycle area close to the entrance. Here you can put air in your tyres and borrow any tools you might need to get the bike in good shape for your ongoing journey.

Please note that you are not allowed to cycle on highway 15.

By electric car

You can charge your electric car in the car park. We have four stations with a total of eight charging points.

Sperto manages the charging stations. Click here to read how to charge your electric car. It is also possible to see if there is a free charging station on their website.

Charging costs DKK 2.5 per kWh.

By camper van

If you come by camper van, we also have special parking spaces available - find them on the map below and keep an eye on the signs.

It is not permitted to stay overnight at the site, but we have ensured that there is plenty of space for your home on wheels.

By camper van

If you come by camper van, we also have special parking spaces available - find them on the map below and keep an eye on the signs.

It is not permitted to stay overnight at the site, but we have ensured that there is plenty of space for your home on wheels.

By bus

If you come by bus, you can be dropped off right in front of the entrance.

Buses then park afterwards in the bus parking area.

On foot

For those who intend to walk to Naturkraft, paths have been established so you can easily walk from Ringkøbing to Naturkraft. Locate the paths on the map at the bottom of the page.

The paths begin at Kastengevej and Holstebrovej/Amtsmandens Allé.

PLEASE NOTE: A new pumping station is currently being built between Naturkraft and Fjordgaarden. Once that is completed, there will be one more path.

People walking to Naturkraft by foot

By car

By car

Cars drive to Naturkraft via Hovedvej 15 – the ring road that goes around Ringkøbing.

Parking is of course free of charge. Watch out for the different flags in the car park to help you find your way back to the car.

You can also park in Ringkøbing and then walk to Naturkraft. Here is an overview of all parking spaces in the city.

Parking lot by Naturkraft

With disabled sign

There is disabled parking in two places in the area outside Naturkraft: Right by the entrance and in the car park closest to Naturkraft.

You are welcome to drive down to the drop off zone if you have someone with you who is not very mobile. You can then park in the car park and follow the path to Naturkraft.

Disabled sign at Naturkraft

By bicycle

Cyclists can can also use the paths. In fact, you can cycle right up to the entrance.

To take extra care of you and your bike, we've placed a bicycle area close to the entrance. Here you can put air in your tyres and borrow any tools you might need to get the bike in good shape for your ongoing journey.

Please note that you are not allowed to cycle on highway 15.

Bicycle path in front of the main entrance of Naturkraft

By electric car

By electric car

You can charge your electric car in the car park. We have four stations with a total of eight charging points.

Sperto manages the charging stations. Click here to read how to charge your electric car. It is also possible to see if there is a free charging station on their website.

Charging costs DKK 2.5 per kWh.

A woman is charging an electric car

By camper van

If you come by camper van, we also have special parking spaces available - find them on the map below and keep an eye on the signs.

It is not permitted to stay overnight at the site, but we have ensured that there is plenty of space for your home on wheels.

Camper van at the parking lot of Naturkraft

By bus

If you come by bus, you can be dropped off right in front of the entrance.

Buses then park afterwards in the bus parking area.

Bus parking sign at Naturkraft

The area around Naturkraft

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Find Naturkraft

Naturparken 10
6950 Ringkøbing

T: +45 69 161 162
M: info@naturkraft.dk

 

 

GDPR og privacy policy for Naturkraft

At Naturkraft, we respect and prioritise your privacy based on the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Based on the GDPR regulation, we would like to explain how we collect and store your personal data.

 

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