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Camping De Heidehoek

Camping De Heidehoek

Netherlands, Gelderland, Gelderland, Wezep

Tel:  
0383 761 382
fax:  
038 376 5571
Open (touring pitches):  
1 April - 30 October.

Ref: NL5805

Alan Rogers Review

De Heidehoek is a well established site in woodland, close to the bustling town of Zwolle and the IJssel river. The site is landscaped with shrubs and flowers and the buildings are constructed of wood which gives the site a rustic, Western-style atmosphere. Most of the 160 numbered touring pitches are pleasantly located in the shade of mature trees. A further 150 serviced pitches (8-10A electricity) are located on two large fields with newly planted trees. Access roads are tarmac and most pitches have 4A electricity. There are also plans to further develop a lake and its small sandy beach into a Water Paradise. Some train noise can be heard.

At the front of the site is a Western-style tavern with a bar, restaurant and terrace. An indoor pool (10x5 m) is decorated in maritime style and has a paddling pool with a dragon fountain. Opposite the pool is Pinocchio’s house for children where an entertainment team will keep them busy in season.

Facilities

Four toilet blocks (one recently added) are well placed around the site, with toilets, washbasins in cabins, free, preset hot showers, bathroom and baby room. Facilities for disabled visitors. Laundry. Small shop with fresh bread. Tavern for meals and drinks with terrace. Snack bar. Indoor pool with paddling pool. Small lake with sandy beach. Play field. Bicycle hire. Boules. Entertainment in season.

  • Accommodation to Rent
  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • Bar on Site
  • Lake/River Beach Onsite
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Twin Axle Caravans Accepted
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Indoor Pool Heated
  • Indoor Pool on Site
  • Restaurant
  • Shop on Site
  • Takeaway Food
  • Pets allowed

Location

Directions

From the A28 take exit 17 and continue southeast towards Wezep. Site is signed in Wezep (note: site is called Heidegaard, not Heidehoek, on road signs).