• Nearest Lake: Direct Access

  • Nearest Town: Hilvarenbeek 5km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Eindhoven: 31km
    • Nuenen - Van Gogh: 35km
    • Maastricht: 115km
    • Amsterdam: 120km

Sightseeing

If you can tear yourself away from the parc's own array of attractions, the largest theme park in the Netherlands, de Efteling is less than 19km away, and offers attractions for all ages. The historical yet contemporary city of Breda is worth a visit, with its numerous art museums and its beautiful 15th century church. Cultural and artistic Eindhoven, too, is most certainly worth a trip, thanks to its array of shops, bars and restaurants as well as museums, parks, theatres and sports.

Days Out

Theme Park

De Efteling

De Efteling, the largest theme park in the Netherlands, is less than 20 km from the campsite. There are rides and attractions to suit all ages and the spectacular fountains show is sure to impress everybody.

Hilvarenbeek

Hilvarenbeek

This parc is surrounded by beautiful lakes, canals and nature trails to discover and to help you feel rid of life’s distractions but if you like the hustle and bustle of city life then the Dutch town of Hilvarenbeek is nearby.

Safari Park

Beekse Bergen

The children will be entertained all day long at Beekse Bergen leisure area which has a wild animal reserve, a theme park with water rides and fun playgrounds, and a zoo. You can take numerous safaris round the park, walking, driving or boating to see sights of the African savannah.

Breda

Breda

The historical yet contemporary city of Breda is worth a visit, with its numerous art museums and its beautiful 15th century church. It also has chic shopping and a lovely market square. You should also visit Eindhoven, a fine old city with a modern heart, where the attractions include the superb Contemporary Arts Museum and an array of shops and restaurants.

Events in the Region

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!

holland keukenhof tulips garden

Keukenhof Flower Gardens

Open in Spring every year, these world famous gardens are a feast for the senses with over 7 million bulbs in bloom! Spread over 32 hectares the gardens are a great day out for all the family - don't miss the Tulip mania exhibition at the Juliana Pavilion. Children will love the petting farm, maze and playground too. The gardens draw big crowds - if you're looking for a little peace and quiet, it's less busy before 10:30 and after 4pm, when the early morning light and evening sun is perfect for photography.

Rotterdam Martathon

Rotterdam Marathon

The biggest one-day sporting event in the Netherlands sees the world's top athletes negotiate the city's atmospheric marathon alongside thousands of other runners. The main marathon race takes place on the Sunday, but on the Saturday there is a mini-marathon (4km) and fun races for children (of 1km, or 2½ kms).

Holland Flower Parade, Noordwijk

Flower Parade

The annual Flower parade begins at Noordwijk at around 9.30am on the Saturday and finishes in Haarlem at 9pm, passing the popular Keukenhof. 20 fabulous floats and around 40 beautifully decorated cars will travel the 42 kilometres route, treating spectators to a fabulous display of colour and aroma. On Sunday the floats will remain on view in Haarlem until 5pm.

kings day, amsterdam, holland, the netherlands

King's Day

Events are held throughout The Netherlands to celebrate the king's official birthday. In Amsterdam the city is bursting with orange pride in the biggest street party of the year, with around 750,000 people expected to join in the fun. Most events begin at midday, with the biggest and most popular party venues held in the Westerstraat, Prinsengracht and Reguliersdwarsstraat.

Please note many of Amsterdams major museums and attractions are closed on King's Day.

Windmill Days

National Mill Day

The second Saturday and Sunday in May is National Mill Day in Holland. On that day 950 windmills and watermills open their doors to visitors. For centuries, mills have played an important role in reclaiming land, processing raw materials and manufacturing products. Mills barely have any economic value these days, but they still remain an iconic feature. On this special weekend, millers make a real effort to decorate their mills as beautifully as possible and will usually give guided tours.

Julidans

Julidans

Amsterdam's annual contemporary dance festival takes place on a variety of stages at the Leidesplein and other venues across Amsterdam. Dances are performed by international artists and contemporary choreographers, showcasing all the latest trends and the most innovative creations in the field. Text, visual arts, film and urban dance are a regular feature of this festival. 2019 dates to be confirmed.

Off Parc Activities

There is a lakeside beach at this parc that’s great for swimming, sunbathing and getting right back to nature. There are also lots of walking trails with wildlife for you to spot and opportunities for horse riding.

The following activities are available off parc:

Activities
Golf 10 km from site
Horse Riding 6 km from site
Karting 10 km from site
Boat trips 20 km from site
Sports
Canoeing 2 km from site
Pedalos 2 km from site