Situated north of ’s Hertogenbosch and west of Nijmegen and Arnhem, De Vergarde has been developed on a former orchard with a beautiful old farmhouse at its entrance. The site is in two sections on either side of a lake. Static holiday caravans are on the left, with the 225 touring pitches to the right. About a third of these are taken by seasonal units. Arranged in sections, each named after a fruit tree, access is good. The pitches are numbered on flat grass and include electricity (10/16A), water, drainage and TV connections. There are trees all around the perimeter (but not much shade on the pitches).
The site has a spacious, open feeling with the lake adding to its attractiveness. The shop opens daily and the restaurant/bar in high season plus weekends in low season. Lots of ducks and geese gather around the lake, which can be used for fishing (but not swimming).