Aquacamping De Rakken
Netherlands, Friesland, Woudsend
- +31 514 591 525
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
Located between the three largest Frisian lakes, Slotermeer, Heegermeer and Sneekermeer, De Rakken is a great choice for both nature and watersports enthusiasts. Woudsend is a good watersports resort with a wealth of catering facilities and places of interest (mills and churches) just two minutes on foot from the site. The site offers boat moorings and bicycles, electric boats and car hire. The 40 touring pitches are reasonably sized, and all have 6-16A electricity, with 15 on hardstanding (20 with drainage). Accommodation to rent on-site includes hikers’ cabins and attractive chalets. De Rakken is open all year.
Around Woudsend there is an abundance of unspoiled nature, woodland, meadows and polders. The ancient Frisian towns of Sneek and Workum are close at hand, and have museums, good shops, theatres, cinemas and historic buildings. Sneek is one of the Frisian Eleven Cities and dates back to the 13th century. The town centre is delightful and the 17th-century Waterpoort (Water gate) is of particular note.
Four heated toilet blocks include preset hot showers, open style washbasins, a baby room and facilities for disabled visitors. Play area with volleyball. Petting zoo. Tennis. Fishing. Marina. Boat launching. Electric boats to rent. Hiker cabins and chalets to rent. WiFi.
Take A6 northbound (Heerenveen) and a few kilometres past Lemmer take the exit to Woudsend (N354). At the roundabout before Woudsend, go left (N928, Balk) then turn right at next roundabout. Follow signs to the site.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N52 56 47||W5 37 39|