is a former municipality in Nord-Trøndelag
county, Norway. Originally (from 1837) it was a part of Stod formannskapsdistrikt
, but Kvam was separated from Stod and became a municipality of its own on January 1 1909
. At that time Kvam had a population of 1,169.
On 1 January 1964 Kvam merged with Beitstad, Egge, Ogndal, Sparbu, Steinkjer and Stod to form the enlarged Steinkjer municipality. Before the merger Kvam had a population of 1,245.