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Campsite Gelderland Netherlands
Gelderland is a province in the east of the Netherlands. A campsite in Gelderland is the ideal place for a varied holiday! The area is home to beautiful countryside and quaint towns. It is the holiday province of the Netherlands! Sleep in the countryside and be awoken by birdsong then eat breakfast in beautiful green surroundings – you can do it all on a holiday in Gelderland!
Activities from your campsite in Gelderland
You can visit many well-known sights from your campsite. Gelderland boasts a selection of great attraction parks and museums.
If you are taking the children with you camping, then the Burgers Zoo in Arnhem and the Dolphinarium in Harderwijk make for a fantastic day out. For campers with more of a love for culture, the Netherlands Open-air Museum in Arnhem and the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo are must-visits.
Gelderland is an area bursting with history. For example, the Dutch Waterline can be easily reached from your campsite. Gelderland and the military of the past together make for a particularly interesting story. Highly recommended!
Interesting areas of Gelderland
There are a number of different areas to explore from your campsite in Gelderland:
- The Veluwe
The largest forested area in the Netherlands is perfect for cycling and hiking. And you’ll discover why the Valley of Gelderland (Gelderse Vallei), the IJssel Valley (IJsselvallei) and the bordering lakes go under the slogan ‘The Veluwe; different in every season’.
The Achterhoek is typified by its hospitable countryside and beautiful castles. From your campsite in Gelderland you can easily discover the Burgundian lifestyle of the Achterhoek.
- Arnhem and Nijmegen
Arnhem and Nijmegen are two cities with their own dynamic and cultural and historical values. If you are looking for shopping, then don’t miss Arnhem’s fashion quarter. If it’s history that you are after, then Nijmegen is the place for you.
Campsites in Gelderland allow you to pitch your own tent or stay in your own caravan, but the majority also offer a variety of alternative accommodation including mobile homes and bungalows.