Spikön Guest Harbor
Welcome to Spikön Guest Harbor located in the middle of Göta River. When you stay here you are within walking distance to central Trollhättan and many of the city's main attractions. On the island Spikön there is also a popular playground, duck pond and a miniature golf course.
The Spikön Guest Harbor is located on the beautiful Spikön (Nail Island) and on the opposite bank you can see the Standgatan street in central Trollhättan. This guest harbor is an independant guest harbor and is therfore not included in the lock fee. The guest harbor is 200 meters north of the drawbridge that connects Spikön to central Trollhättan and about 150 meters south of the railway bridge, you can walk over the bridge and follow the track to the train station of Trollhättan. From here it is walking distance to not only the city center but also many popular tourist attractions.
Here there are 30 berths and the guest harbor has a new service facility with showers, toilets, and laundry facilities. Access to electricity. Here you can also find a café, playground and a miniature golf course. The café serves among other things simpler sandwiches, coffee, hot dogs, soft drinks tea and ice cream during the summer months.
Emergency number during the summer until 22 August - 0733-48 92 18
Attractions within walking distance!
Spikön is a beautiful green oasis surrounded by the waters of the Göta river. Here you have a view of the Strandgatan promenade in central Trollhättan. On the island there are also many nice attractions for you to visit. Close by there is a popular playground called Skrotnisse's playground, there is also a duck pond and a miniature golf course open during summer.
Trollhättan's Waterfall area
It is only 10 minute walk to Trollhättan's fall area. Watch as 300 000 liters of water per second flow in the otherwise dry riverbed. The water is only released at specific times during summer(2021: Due to the current restrictions because of COVID-19, release of water in the falls are cancelled until further notice, read more here). We recommend you to stand on the Oscars Bridge for the best view.