Enjoy the countryside in Belgium
A holiday among extensive pine woods at a family park that is famous for its water fun and entertainment? Anyone booking a pitch at Goolderheide Campsite in Bocholt in Belgium will experience that for themselves. Birds of prey shows, youth Olympics, survival, mini-disco, and ‘the Voice of Goolderheide’. A top class holiday for young and old.
Let the holiday begin!
Goolderheide Campsite is located close to the Belgian-Dutch border in the Limburg area of Belgium. Several Dutch towns are a short drive away, but you also have plenty of time to stay on the campsite! It’s located in pine woods, and it seems that not a single tree had to be removed, so the natural ambiance has therefore been maintained.
Fun splashing in the water
The large swimming complex has it all. Several pools, slides for children of all ages, a climbing wall and spacious lawns. The pools are heated from Ascension Day to the end of August, after that the daredevils can still take a refreshing dip. If you prefer to swim in natural water, there is a small lake on the edge of the campsite. The lawn and playground equipment complete the picture. Swimming and playing is one big party here!
Bursting with entertainment
If Goolderheide Campsite is famous for anything, it’s the entertainment. Search out your fun at the hobby mornings, sports competitions, mini disco, ‘the Voice of Goolderheide’ and much more. There’s also plenty of fun with the animals in the petting farm. The birds of prey and reptile shows are great for animal lovers, and with a minigolf course, survival course and cycle cross track, there’s plenty of sport on offer. You can eat in the restaurant in high season, or for a snack in between you can go to the snack bar or brasserie. Flans, hot waffles, homemade pancakes or a croquette; that’s bound to give you an appetite!
Safari tents with slides
Safari tents for four or six people (also with private toilet facilities) offer a comfortable stay in this woodland campsite. Some tents also have a play area with a small slide. The Hobbit Houses are really special; back to basics camping in one of the log cabins.
To the campsite on horseback!
A unique feature of this campsite is that horse riders and their horses are welcome here. Your horse can sleep in a stable, on the outdoor track or in the meadow. Food, straw and water are provided for the animals. There is a lovely 24 kilometre bridlepath which you can follow from the campsite. As a horse rider you can spend the night in special tents by the pond, right next to the horse stables.