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Camping De Zandhegge

Camping De Zandhegge

Netherlands, Gelderland, Gelderland, Emst

Tel:  
0578 613 936
fax:  
0578 614 821
Open (touring pitches):  
1 April - 2 October.

Ref: NL6320

Alan Rogers Review

De Zandhegge is a comfortable, family site under private ownership on the edge of the woodlands of the Veluwe. Close to the site are moors and the IJsselvallei for beautiful tours. The site has 225 pitches, of which 52 are for tourers. Most of the touring pitches are in a separate field to the front of the site in the shade of mature trees, with more to the rear. Pitching is on grassy fields approached by gravel access lanes and all pitches have 16A electricity, water, waste water and cable. Access to some pitches may prove difficult for large units.

The site has a large, rectangular, open-air pool (20x10 m), heated by an ingenious system from the roof of the café, and there is a paddling pool with slide and flume. New restaurant and a large indoor play area opened in 2013. Almost daily in season the site organises some sort of activity for youngsters and adults. A new toilet block is equipped with a special, attractively decorated children’s section.

Facilities

A new, central block and a second smaller block to the back provide toilets, washbasins (open style and in cabins) and preset, hot showers (SEP-key). Special section for children with toilet, showers and washbasins. Facilities for disabled visitors. Baby room. Laundry facilities. New snack bar with terrace. Bar (weekends and holidays). Open-air pool with paddling pool (heated). All-weather playing field. Tennis. Boules. Adventure play area. Outdoor chess. Bicycle hire. WiFi throughout (charged). Full entertainment programme for young and old. Torch useful.

  • Bicycle Hire on Site
  • Bar on Site
  • Childrens Play Area
  • Facilities for disabled visitors
  • Outdoor Pool on Site
  • Restaurant
  • Shop on Site
  • Pets allowed
  • Wifi (all site)
  • Wifi Chargeable

Location

Directions

From the A50 take exit 27 (Epe/Nunspeet) and turn left towards Emst at the traffic lights. Take first right (site is signed) and follow to the end.