Welcome as a motorhome in Mariager Sejlklub     

Velkommen til Autocampere i Mariager Sejlklub          


Mariager harbor is in an area with beautiful nature, and with minutes to the town square by foot.

In the summer season, when the boats are in the water, we have 7 campsites available. 5 to the left of the entrance, and 2 further down towards the clubhouse.
It is only allowed to stay one day at a time.
Sadly, there are no sites available during the winter, where boats are on land. The campsites become available in April.

A campsite costs 150,- kroner per day. Electricity, showers, and washing, can be bought additionaly.
Power costs 5 kr./kWh. Payment is, via the payment terminal on the north side of the clubhouse.
A code will be sent by e-mail and SMS, which can then be used for electricity, showers, washing machines, the sailor’s lounge and for toilets.

The harbor master, a voluntary member of the club, can be contacted at +45 2979 8868

We have great trust in our guests, and therefore we allow most of the clubhouse’s ground level, to be used freely by guests.
In the summer the upper level of the clubhouse is open to camper aswell.
In addition, you are welcome to use our terraces, tables, and barbecues outside.
There is also wireless internet, in and around the clubhouse, which can be used freely.


One of the best things about Mariager is the nature surrounding the city.
A walk through the old town with cobblestones, roses and crooked half-timbered houses is a "must", and if the weather is right, you can get an ice cream in the square by the old town hall.

If you continue from the main square on Fuglesangsgade and Havndalsvej, you will arrive at the 3500-year-old Hohøj.

       Hohøj, has views of the entire surrounding area.


On the way, you could pass by the Munkholm area, where Ivan Evigvår has gotten his new home, with a view of the old monastery.

       Ivan Evigvår has gotten his new home.
Ivan Evigvår 
has gotten his new home, with a view of the old monastery in the bachground


        Mariager Church 

Mariager Kloster was founded in 1446 by the Birgittinerordenen, a well-regarded monastic order that was very popular in the Middle Ages among the nobility in Northern Europe.
In 1460, the Birgittinerordenen started an impressive church and monastery construction,
and approx. 20 years later, a cathedral-sized monastery church was completed.



The Saltcenter at the harbor is worth a visit.

Just by the harbor is the salt center. Here you can climb down into a saltmine, and if you bring a set of spare clothes, you can experience water like ‘The Dead Sea’.


Triangle trip

At the harbor/Salt center you can get on the veteran train, where you can e.g. drive to Handest and take the bus to Hobro. From there you can sail with the tour boat "Svanen" back to Mariager.


On the side of the clubhouse you’ll find a big info board, with a map of Mariager, and further information about the town sights, shops etc. There are also small leaflets that you can take with you.