The De Couwenberg camping site is in a very rustic and peaceful location in De Kempen and borders a beautiful nature preserve with forests, heath and marshes. The friendly family camping site is located in Netersel, a small farming village that is called one of the 'Eight Contentments'. The camping site is popular with Dutch families with children looking for an affordable holiday.
Seasonal and regular campers
At the entrance to the camping site, which is about 8 ha. large, there are 100 touring pitches around a swimming pool and a playground. You can camp on a nicely landscaped green, spacious pitch (80 to 100 m2) on a small-scale camping field with a water tap. There are demarcated sun and shade pitches. The tall trees offer loads of shade. Some pitches are located in extra quiet places, offering lots of privacy. On the camping site, there are 190 annual pitches for regular guests, which are kept separate from the touring pitches.
Swimming, playing and relaxing
For children and their parents, it's nice that the heated, open-air swimming pool (72 m2), playground, canteen and terrace are centrally located in the camping site. During school holidays and at the weekend you can order snacks at the café, which has a small menu. At the reception desk you can order fresh bread for the next morning.
During the high season, fun activities are organised for the children two times a week. They can have loads of fun on the bouncy castle in the recreation area. Adults can entertain themselves with bingo, darts, billiards and at music nights. There is a fishpond at the camping site where you can float about on a dinghy.
- €18 per night during lowseason
- Campsite accepts ACSI Club ID