Mariahoeve camping site is located on the edge of the Veluwe in an agricultural landscape. The Nuldernauw as well as Strand Nulde are in close proximity, as are the woodlands and heathlands of the Veluwe. The camping site forms part of the Mariahoeve museum farm. Despite this museum environment, the camping site does not make a touristy impression thanks to the natural surroundings.
The reception is housed in a modern building, where you will also find the sanitary facilities. The building also serves as tearoom and visitors centre for the museum. The camping site is managed by eager volunteers. The modern sanitary facilities are housed in a new sanitary building which complies with the highest standards. It is also very easy accessible for disabled persons.
The camping area is not subdivided, so that the space you have depends on the number of guests. As a rule the pitches are sufficiently spacious. As there are no hedges or hedgerows there is little privacy and only the trees surrounding the camping site provide some shade. A number of basic trekker huts are available for rent on the camping site.
A day to the beach
The camping site has no swimming facilities, but it is only a 10 minute bicycle ride to Strand Nulde where you can swim in the Nuldernauw. On warm days it may get pretty crowded there.
Bar with friendly terrace
As mentioned above, the reception building has a tearoom. There is no restaurant. For groups, who can stay in group accommodation (suitable for a maximum of eighteen persons), a caterer can be arranged. There is a bar with a friendly terrace. You can do your daily grocery shopping in Ermelo and Putten.
- €14 per night during lowseason
- Campsite accepts ACSI Club ID