Camping In Holland With Theme Park
We’ll let you in to a little secret… we have amazing camping holidays at the wonderful Duinrell campsite near Amsterdam. This terrific resort has its very own onsite theme park and water park, making it one of the most popular campsites in Europe.
Ideal for families of all ages, Duinrell has so much to do that you could never get through it all in just one stay. We guess that’s why customers return year after year to this amazing 4* campsite. With thrilling rides for big and small adventurers alike, the amusement park has a brilliant selection of rollercoasters, rides, attractions and playgrounds.
The tropical Tiki pool complex features a splashtastic selection of slides, pools and water attractions, both indoors and outdoors. With heated pools, hair-rising slides, lazy rivers to float down and splash playgrounds, it will be hard to prise the kids away from this amazing aqua extravaganza!
With plenty of top class facilities and amenities, including ample places to dine, you don’t even need to leave the resort. So why not browse our fantastic selection of accommodation options and go camping in Holland with a theme park on your doorstep.
Things to do when camping in Holland
The compact nature of the country means you can discover so much on your stay, from sprawling countryside to lively cities, Holland has it all.
To make the most of the gorgeous natural surroundings, why not do as the Dutch to and explore by bicycle. It’s easy to rent a bike and head out into the open, passing by quaint villages, windmills and rolling fields packed with colourful tulips.
Holland has some sublime national parks filled with gorgeous flora and fauna, and are dotted throughout the countryside. We’d recommended a visit to the national parks of Hoge Veluwe, Lauwersmeer and Dunes of Texel.
Although beach holidays don’t spring to mind when we think of Holland, the strands that line the coast of the North Sea are very nice. The clean sandy beaches and trendy coastal bars at Zandvoort aan Zee are easily reached from Amsterdam. There is over 30km of white sandy beaches on the island of Texel, which also offers the chance to see some marine wildlife.
Away from the countryside, the bustling and vibrant cities of the nation are modern but also steeped in rich history. The art galleries and museums number hundreds. The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and Rembrandt House Museum are the pick of the bunch.
The cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht, Den Haag and Rotterdam attract numerous visitors each year, due to their lively centres jam packed with great sightseeing opportunities, shopping experiences, restaurants, cafes and gardens. Be sure to check out the blooming marvellous Keukenhof Gardens near Amsterdam.
Book a camping holiday in Holland and look forward to exploring a fantastic country, visiting a few museums, taking a canal boat trip and guzzling down lots of stroopwafels!