Skånland is a municipality in Troms county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Evenskjer.
Skånland was established on 1 July 1926 when the large municipality of Trondenes was divided into three municipalities: Sandtorg, Skånland, and Trondenes. Skånland's initial population was 2,443. On 1 January 1964, the neighboring municipality of Astafjord (population: 1,120) was merged into Skånland. On the same date, the part of Skånland on the island of Rolla (population: 143) was transferred to neighboring Ibestad municipality.
The municipality, and the parish, is named after the old Skånland farm (Old Norse: Skánøyjarland), since the first church was built there (in 1870). The first element is the genitive case of an old name Skánøy (but the meaning of this is uncertain) and the last element is land which means "land" or "farm". The name might be of Sami origin, meaning "small mountains" (skánit).