Indian Village - The tool huts at the harbour in Ringkøbing


Since the harbor was built, fishermen have docked their boats at Bridge 2, the eastern one, and next to it they have had their huts for gear and tools. The fishermen's cluster and Fiskerstræde are as old as the harbor, and together they form the Indian Village. This part of the harbor got its name because the fishermen set up their gillnet poles to resemble Indian tepees.

Not just anyone can buy one of the huts, which are located on land owned by the municipality. You have to be connected to the harbour or fishing in some way to be considered.


Indianerlejren Ringkøbing Havn