Camping in Iceland is a hugely popular activity, especially during the summer months, and is a very inexpensive way of staying in the countryside.
Campsites are well-signed with their facilities and amenities listed. Many have on-site laundrettes and even swimming pools. Others are very basic, with little more than a flat area for pitching of tents and parking of cars.
Campers are encouraged to take all refuse away with them and to minimise damage to the local environment. Campers are also advised to pay attention to weather forecasts before setting off in case of impending bad weather.