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Campsite Veluwe Netherlands
Campsites on the Veluwe mean enjoying the countryside. You will totally unwind in the beautiful environment around your campsite. The Veluwe, in the middle of the province of Gelderland, is the largest wooded and natural area in the Netherlands. The area offers you plenty of opportunities for day trips to wonderful cities like Arnhem, Harderwijk and Apeldoorn.
Campsites at the Veluwe: ideal for cycling and hiking trips
There are two national parks located here: De Hoge Veluwe and De Veluwezoom. During your holiday on the Veluwe you can follow wonderful cycling and hiking routes from your campsite. There are numerous short and long routes through the park. During your hike or cycle ride you will enjoy the beautiful countryside, the tranquillity and space around you.
Campsites on the Veluwe offer you beautiful camping pitches where you can set up your own tent but you also have the option of renting a bungalow. The Veluwe is an area of outstanding natural beauty with something for everyone.
Day trips from your campsite in Gelderland
During your holiday on the Veluwe you can take enjoyable day trips from your campsite. Arnhem, Harderwijk and Apeldoorn are cities that offer plenty of things to do.
The Kröller-Müller Museum, close to Arnhem, is certainly worth visiting. There are various children’s workshops given by artists, so it’s a museum your children will also enjoy. Another great day trip is to Burgers Zoo, one of the largest and most beautiful zoos in the Netherlands. The National Open Air Museum is also worth visiting.
Located at the edge of this beautiful natural area is the city of Harderwijk. This city houses the Dolphinarium where you will see spectacular dolphin shows. It is a guaranteed success for both young and old.
This city also offers lovely day trips that you can take from your campsite. Apeldoorn is filled with amusement parks. The most well-known is the primate park the Apenheul. You could combine a visit to the Apenheul with the family amusement park Queen Juliana Tower or a visit to Het Loo Palace.