Långserud is a flourishing part of the Swedish countryside with a school, grocery store, café, much small enterprises, uncountable voluntary associations, friendly people and much more. The village is beautifully located and a good spot if you want to enjoy Swedish nature with the typical mix of open fields, deep forests and clear lakes.
There are plenty of places to explore and you are most welcome to visit!
Upgrid experienceoffers camper spots and glamping tents by the lake Vargsjön. You can rent a boat, an outdoor hot tub or just sit by the lake and enjoy the peaceful surrounding.
Hotell Vildmarken run B&B and housing with self-catering at the lake Finnsjön. Phone: 0706019499
Naturbyn is hidden among spruces and pines at a quiet bay in Lake Eldan, with hand built log cabins and cottages, treehouses and a wooden houseboat.
Elovsbyns old school is equipped with 32 beds (one double room and two dorms with 16 and 14 beds each), a kitchen, sauna, showers, WC and Wifi. Popular for schools and other groups. Book at email@example.com
Around Lönnskog there are several well managed hiking trails of different lengths. The trails take you to great viewpoints and historically interesting spots, for example an old gold mine, an old church site and an old site for charcoal burner´s hut. Find a map and more informationhere!
Swimming and fishing
Långserud has several beautiful lakes for swimming or fishing.Look at the map to see where you can find a nice beach and where you can buy a fishing permit. The beaches are managed by voluntary associations so please help us keep the areas clean.
Wiksfors bruk has a very beautiful working envirmonment, with several cozy shops selling flowers, clothes, presents and pretty things for your home and garden. If you get hungry of all shopping you can taste waffles of different varieties (sweet ot savory), ice cream or wood fired pizza.
Esters caféholds open Thursdays to Sundays summertime. They offer traditional ”fika” and a spectacular ice cream menu. Som evenings they also have live music.
Långserud flee market is worth a visit when they keep their doors open. Search at their Facebook page (”Långseruds loppmarknad) to find out when it´s open.