Storsjöbadet, Adventure pools & Relax
For visitors who like action and speed the main attraction is the large adventure pool with waterfall, trampoline, water piste and three water chutes; Magic Eye, with a downhill run of 120 m, the dark Black Hole and Turbo where you can reach a top speed of 40 km/hour. Young children have a pool area of their own with fountains and two small water slides.
On Monday 30 August, Storsjöbadet opens to the public again! It will still be with a number of restrictions so that visitors can keep their distance and avoid congestion. Together, we take responsibility for stopping the spread of infection.
The number of visitors is limited to a maximum of 300 people at the same time in the adventure pool. Storsjöbadet regularly post information about the number of guests on their website, keep an eye out there so you can plan your visit.
Opening hours fr.o.m. week 35 can be found here.
Outdoors, in the summertime, there is a 50 m heated pool, a splash pool for children, space for sunbathing as well as a beach volley Court and a large playground. If you want some adult relaxation, then visit the spa section. 6 different types of Saunas, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis and be sure to not miss out on the Aufguss experience offered 4-5 times daily – a type of German Sauna with essential oils treatment.
To get access to the relaxation area you must be over 18 years. Children who are not swimmers, and those who are under 12 years may not stay on Storsjöbadet unaccompanied.
Parts of the indoor area at Storsjöbadet Adventure pools are temporarily closed due to the corona restrictions.
The kids-area and the water slides will open from the 19 of July. The outdoor pools are open daily with time slot booking. See more updated information on Storsjöbadets website here.
Distance:Östersund City Centre : 3 km
Åre Östersund Airport: 13 km
Östersund train station: 2,5 km