The history of this friendly site dates back more than 100 years to when it was established as a holiday resort for members of the Lazarist religious congregation. The park and its historic building (now the Patershof restaurant) have, for the last 40 years, been developed as a holiday paradise for young families. Beringerzand is set amongst the lovely villages and small lakes of the wooded area between the De Peel Natural Park and the Muse river. The 21-hectare site offers 370 spacious touring pitches, all with electricity (10A), TV, water and wastewater, arranged around the edges of green fields. There are currently also 130 privately owned chalets. The fields have been very well designed and include various activity areas appropriate to different age groups.
Very good amenities provide activities in both good and bad weather with indoor and outdoor pools, an indoor play centre and a variety of sports. Children’s clubs are organised, as is evening entertainment. The Patershof restaurant is very special with good value meals and room for children to play and read books.