The founding of Uggerby Klitplantage started in 1894 and the last areas were acquired in 1955.
Uggerby Klitplantage covers the entire Uggerby dune and borders to the south on farming areas and to the east on Uggerby Å (stream). Especially the southern part is very distinctive with steep banks that lead to the stream. On West, the plantation borders up to Lilleheden Klitplantage in the south and in the north it borders to a dune area, which never was planted but houses a few holiday homes. Two roads to the beach, the easterly Tolstrupvej is public, bisect the plantation.
The entire Uggerby Klitplantage is founded on raised Stone Age sea bed covered by shifting sand. The areas immediately east of Uggerby Å is almost free of shifting sand. The ground in the plantations coastal parts is gravel.
The heights of the terrain reaches 24 meters above sea level for the highest banks, while there are 18 meters above the sea for the plain, and the sea dunes rises to about 12 meters above the sea.
Sitka spruce and Scotch pine are the two dominant tree species in the plantation; they cover about 1/3 each. Which is approximately 1/6 deciduous trees in the plantation, which mainly are in mixed. A small oak plantation from 1904, centrally located, is the oldest part of the plantation.
Uggerby Å (stream) is known for some of the best trout fishing in Denmark. It is possible to buy a day permit, that grants acces to to the water. This can be done at Hirtshals turistbureau. futhermore always remember the Danish fishing permit, whenever you are fishing in Denmark.