Camping de Veenhoop
Netherlands, Friesland, De Veenhoop
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Veenhoop is located at the heart of Friesland in the De Alde Feanen National Park. There are about 50 pitches spread across three grassy fields with tall trees around the perimeter. All the pitches are spacious and all have electricity. The site also has its own small marina and sailing school with boat and canoe hire facilities – a great way to explore the extensive waterways of the National Park. There is a good restaurant 100 m. from the site with a terrace overlooking the river. This site is a good choice for cycling, hiking or fishing holidays.
The campsite is close to the historic village of Aldeboarn. The Waag is one of the most imposing original buildings that merit a visit. The town of Beetsterzwaag, often described as the ‘green pearl of Opsterland’ is just 15 minutes from Veenhoop. Amongst its best-known sights are the fine house of Lycklama house and the Harinxma estate.
Clean and modern sanitary block with heating and climate control system. Launderette. Library. WiFi (free). Bicycle, canoe and boat hire.
From Utrecht take A28 motorway and leave at Meppel exit, continuing along A32. At Akkrum take N392 and continue to Aldeboarn. From here, take N392 and follow signs to De Veenhoop.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N53 5 50||W5 56 50|