Drevsjø is a village in Engerdal municipality, Hedmark, Norway, taking its name from the Drevsjø, the lake near which it stands.
Drevsjø is well known for its natural environment and its fishing opportunities. It is only 60 minutes from one of Scandinavia's biggest alpine centres, Trysilfjellet.
It is the site of the Blokkodden Villmarksmuseum, an open-air museum presenting the history of the use of the natural world since the 18th century.
Since 1990 it has had a reception centre for asylum seekers in Norway.