“Duinrell is undoubtedly a resort unrivalled as camping inside Holland's premier theme parks with one of Europe's top-ten water parks offers the experience of a lifetime. You won't be disappointed! But there's loads to do in the local area, too, with brilliant Wassenaar right nearby for day trips for shopping and food, plus the local sandy beach for sunbathing and swimming."
The town of Wassenaar is located by the coast in the luxurious suburb of the Hague, a province of South Holland. With a population over 25,000, it's a quietly bustling town located near to world famous cities such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Our spectacular Duinrell campsite is set within this historic region, located near to the beach and only a short walk away from Wassenaar. At the park, families can enjoy a huge mix of activities, including taking to Duinrell theme park, Tikibad (one of the most spectacular water parks in Europe), and many other on-site swimming pools suitable for all ages.
A brief walk into Wassenaar and tourists can find cultural highlights such as the Louwman or Voorlinden museums, fantastic family seafood restaurants such as Eleni, quality and quirky shops, and hundreds of other unique opportunities for tourists.
"Nice and easy to walk into Wassenaar. Also very easy to get public transport to do a bit of sightseeing. Mixed weather but that can't be helped in September." Moira from Inverness
An isolated fishing village with a bustling harbour, many shops, cafes and restaurants. Volendamn's traditional costume is one of the best known examples of ancient clothing in Holland.
See the world's largest collection from one of the most famous artists Vincent Van Gogh, at this museum in Amsterdam which holds over 200 paintings and 600 drawings.
Located in Central Amsterdam is the world famous Pancake bakery. Serving up over 75 different pancake flavours ranging from sweet Dutch pancakes to Thai curry. You are sure to find toppings to suit everyone's tastes.
You can head into Amsterdam for a full day out, maybe take a boat ride through the capital city of the Netherlands. Take in the views, enjoy a drink, and soak up the atmosphere!
Celebrating the official opening of the Dutch cultural season, this event holds exhibitions, workshops, concerts and many book markets and is all free of charge so is not to be missed!
There's a beach just 3 miles away! With some local shops for afternoon lunch and if you fancy your hand at sailing, there's a school on the beach where you can master the waves.