The petroglyphs at Skogerveien is located in a residential area in Drammen, a short distance away from the Åskollen petroglyphs. The rock art is dated to around 4000 BCE during the Nordic Stone age.
The site has figures of fish, a whale and a deer. They all have internal patterns, and the patterns on the fish figures makes it look like they are cut in half like fish fillets. The deer figures resemble other Stone Age deer petroglyphs, such as those at Ekeberg. The fish and whale figures, in this kind of style, are rather unique to Norwegian petroglyph symbols.