Archive September 2019

Set King Lund's Fort in Motion

For the fourth consecutive year, all citizens of Dragør and environs are invited to a terrific outdoor and activity day at the Outdoorcenter of the royal Lund Fortress. This year with even more exciting activities and opportunities for the whole family.

Among others, you can experience

Open-air active and playful people of all ages are invited to a lot of experiences on and around the fortress of Kongelund-Outdoorcenter! Take family or friends with and have a fun day together! All activities are FREE! Program 2019: (Multiple program points can come to) • SUP in the moat-we have swimming vests • Mountain bike loan a bike and get instruction • Capoeira Workshop and show • Command crawl over the moat • Rappelling from the top of the radar tower • Laserrun with Advanced Laser Guns • Nature dissemination-get clever on nature • Music with local music schools • Treasure Hunt around the fort • Orienteering • cut & bonfire • Photo Exhibit • Creative Workshop • Frisbee Golf • The beautiful nature around the Fort + many other fun Activities all activities are free of charge. Just remember to take clothes in the Afterweather – and you can move in. In addition, there will be speeches, musical touches and the opportunity to buy food and drink (also vegetarian).

Time and place

Saturday, 28 September. 11-16. Address: Kalvebodvej 265, 2791 dragoer. Parking and transport: Bus 33 takes you to the fortress of Kinglund – right to the door that can be parked on parts of the large car park at the Royal Lund Hall, as well as on the large pit-park at the beach. We look forward to seeing you! Kongelund's fortress-Outdoorcenter is a collaboration between Dragør municipality and DGI Copenhagen. It is part of Amager Nature Park and supported by the Nordea Foundation.

Logo: Royal Lundsfortet-Outdoorcenter

Behind the event

The event is arranged by King Lund Fort Outdoorcenter, a collaboration between Dragør municipality, Dragør ungdomsskole and DGI Storekøbenhavn. The project is supported by the Nordea Foundation. Today's activities are done in collaboration with a multitude of local associations, DGI great Copenhagen, Museum Amager, Dragør Youth School, Club Dragør and Dragør Library, as well as with good help from the Dutchder Hall's staff.