Vilka naturreservat i Stockholms län har du besökt? I samband…
Take a stroll along the glittering coastline, following soft paths under a canopy of linden trees. Bogesundslandet was founded as a nature reserve in 2015 and it makes up half of the total land area of Vaxholm municipality. Its size and close proximity to Stockholm make the area unique.
Here, you'll find hiking, riding and cycling trails to wander and explore, with trail markers and signposts that point the way to exciting places to visit (cycling off road is only allowed on designated, marked trails). In winter, the golf course is transformed into a cross-country skiing area. Remember to show consideration and share the trails; several are used by both hikers and cyclists, and dogs must be kept on a leash year-round on Bogesundslandet.
Old-growth oak, linden and pine trees are interspersed with fields and pastures. The Dammstakärret pond and the surrounding wetlands is a Natura 2000 area and home to a variety of animal and plant species. On Bogesundslandet, there are several designated swimming areas and a number of picnic areas with fire pits and shelters. At Bogesund Castle, there is a seasonally open castle café.
The nature reserve is owned and managed by the National Property Board (SFV). To share your feedback about the reserve, email SFV at [email protected]
Activities And Facilities
- Cultural park
- Protected nature
- Recreation area
- Nature reserve
- Near parking
- Near Public Transport
Utmärkta parkeringsplatser i närheten av vandringsleder, kulturlämningar, rastplatser och Bogesunds Slott.
Pålsundsvägen löper igenom hela Bogesundslandet. Härifrån tar du dit till de olika sevärdheterna i naturen.
By car: Bogesundslandet can be reached from Stockholm or Vaxholm (Vaxön). From Stockholm, take Route 274 and turn right onto Pålsundsvägen road. There will be a sign for Bogesundslandet
By public transit: From Stockholm, take bus 670 or 671.
In order to protect the Bogesundslandet nature reserve, please respect the following rules.
Within the reserve, it is forbidden to:
- destroy or damage rock, soil or stone by drilling, cutting, blasting, carving, digging, painting or similar,
- break branches, fell or in any other way damage living or dead trees and bushes or damage the vegetation in general by digging up plants,
- bring dogs that are not on a leash,
- camp for more than two consecutive nights outside of designated campsites,
- park a motorhome, caravan or other camping vehicle outside of designated campsites,
- anchor a boat at the same beach for more than two consecutive nights,
- make a fire outside of designated sites,
- put up signs, posters or similar,
- bike outside of designated bicycling trails while cycling off road,
- ride horses off road or outside of designated horse trails.