Staying close to nature is an experience many people living in the urban centers almost always want when they go on a holiday. Denmark is one country which offers this wonderful opportunity to travelers of all ages. A nature trip is always possible in this Nordic country and a popular way of doing it is by staying at camp sites.To some people, camping would mean staying in a tent within a wooded area. But there’s a modern way of camping today which does not necessarily involve staying in a tent for several days. Although they’re called camp sites, these places have cabins and mobile homes for rent and some even have modern amenities such as swimming pools, restaurants, a common kitchen and TV room. We share five well known camp sites which might interest you.Hvidbjerg Strand/Feriepark – This is a 5-star camp site situated specifically in Blavand on the west coast of Denmark. Being a coastal area, this is perfect for beach lovers. Kids and adults can entertain themselves through the games room, bouncy castles, trampolines and a game zone. There are also several pools with slides, whirlpools and aquariums.Feldberg Familie Camping – Located on the island of Fano a few hundred meters from Denmark’s North Sea, this child friendly area provides a lot of fresh air. Within the site are a mini golf course, an activity room and a bouncy castle.Houstrup Camping – This site is in the western part of Jutland, about four kilometers from the North Sea. Activities that can be enjoyed here are swimming at the two pools – one for adults and the other one for kids, tennis, golf, walking and cycling.Nymindegab Familie Camping – The beach is a main attraction in this camping site in Denmark, as it’s very near the camp site but other fun activities can also be enjoyed including cycling, sailing, surfing and horseback riding. Water lovers will surely have a grand time every day at the huge pools for adults and toddlers complete with slides.