• Nearest Beach: Katwijk 5km

  • Nearest Lake: 4km

  • Nearest River: Rhine 2km

  • Nearest Town: Rijnsburg 2km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Leiden: 8km
    • Haarlem: 27km
    • Delft: 31km
    • Gouda: 39km
    • Rotterdam: 42km
    • Amsterdam: 43km


For an interesting and mind-broadening day out, visit the 'Your World, My World' exhibition at Museon in Den Haag, about 17km away. Also at Den Haag in June is Europe's largest free rock festival. Schevengingen is within driving distance and offers activities including windsurfing and kiteboarding, and its own Sea Life centre. Closer to parc is the popular town of Wassenaar, with its numerous shops, restaurants, pubs and bars as well as a good network of cycle paths.

Days Out


Space Expo Noordwijk

See what it was like to be the first man on the moon at Europe’s first permanent space exhibition close by in Noordwijk. You will experience the simulated launch of an Ariane rocket, discover the world of satellites and find out all about astronauts.


Rijks Museum

See the works of one of the world’s most famous artists at the Van Gogh Museum or see many other famous pieces of art at the Rijks Museum. If you want to see another famous artefact then visit Anne Frank’s house which is the home to her diaries that she wrote during the Second World War.



The country is famous for its blue and white pottery which is primarily made in Delft, an unspoilt town with lots of tourist attractions.



This site is close to both Amsterdam and Rotterdam which are both wonderfully scenic. Amsterdam is a cosmopolitan city with lots to see and do: there's an abundance of world-class museums and galleries, relaxing strolls and bike rides along the canals and flower filled parks and lots of culture to soak up. 

Artis Royal zoo

Artis Royal Zoo

Artis Royal Zoo is a lot of fun. It is the oldest zoo in Holland with over 700 animals, an aquarium, planetarium and museum, with the added bonus of lots of gardens, winding paths and fascinating sculptures.


Duinrell Theme Park

Enjoy the thrill of the Dragonfly roller coaster, be sprayed on the Splash, try the breakneck toboggan-run or have a breathtaking adventure in the Mad Mill. The smallest guests will like the Fairy Tale Wonderland, the children’s shows and Rick’s Fun Factory.


Dutch flower fields

One of the highlights of Holland is the Dutch flower fields which you must experience. Keukenhof has some stunning floral displays with more than 7 million flowers planted over 32 hectares of stunning fields and gardens. They are in their full glory from mid-March to May.


Rotterdam is a previous European Capital of Culture and is home to the largest port in Europe.

Events in the Region

Summer Carnival Rotterdam

Rotterdam Unlimited Summer Carnival

This festival, with it's focus on diversity, is one of the biggest in the Netherlands, attracting 900,00 visitors from all over Europe. It's a great 5 day experience with many art and cultural events, live performances, major international artists and a vibrant summer carnival.

Grachtenfestival, Amsterdam

Grachtenfestival, Amsterdam

Also known as the Canal Festival, this popular event attracts visitors from all over. Performers and musicians will take to the stage in various unique locations both indoor and outdoor, from boats to pontoons to 17-century canal-side houses!

Scheveningen International Fireworks Festival

Scheveningen International Fireworks Festival

Every year the International Fireworks Festival lights up the skies over Scheveningen over two weekends in August. Held off the beach, on a pontoon, this popular event attracts up to 100,000 visitors all looking to enjoy the displays as well as the fire eaters, jugglers, dance and music groups. Every night, two different countries give a fireworks show of about 15 minutes.

Open Monuments Days

Open Monuments Days

For two days every September, four thousand historical buildings and monuments are opened up to the public and are free to visit. This includes canal houses, palaces, castles and forgotten factories that are ordinarily closed to the public.

National Restaurant Week

National Restaurant Week

Twice a year, restaurants from all over Holland organize a week long event where visitors can eat a 3-course meal at a special rate. This is a great chance for a range of chefs to show off their culinary talents and for customers to grab a bargain!

Scheveningen Kite Festival

Scheveningen Kite Festival

Scheveningen Kite Festival, held annually at the end of September on Scheveningen Beach, offers the opportunity to watch kites of every shape and colour grace the skies. Each year there are different themes - sports, history, nature and even science fiction! Visitors also get to check out the latest sports including kite-surfing, kite-yachting, kite-skateboarding and kite-skiing.

Invictus Games, The Hague, Holland, 2020

Invictus Games 2020

The fifth Invictus Games will take place in Holland in 2020.  Hosted by The Hague, events will be held across the city over the course of the week, with over 500 competitors from 19 nations expected to compete in a series of adaptive sports. For more information about these Invictus Games, please visit www.invictusgames2020.nl

Off Parc Activities

Holland is famously flat which makes it ideal for cycling and canal boating. You will find safe, well-marked tracks everywhere.

If you drive to Schevengingen you will find lots of activities on offer, including windsurfing and kite boarding. If you like adventurous sports then you can try abseiling and scuba diving 8 km from the parc.

The following activities are available off parc:

Golf 3 km from site
Driving Range 3 km from site
Crazy Golf 5 km from site
Horse Riding 5 km from site
Karting 15 km from site
Boat trips 3 km from site
Scuba Diving 8 km from site
Windsurfing 5 km from site
Canoeing 2 km from site
Rowing boats 2 km from site
Dinghy sailing 4 km from site