Following the war, the family who own this site wanted to emigrate to Canada – they didn’t go but instead created this attractive site with the maple leaf theme decorating buildings, pool and play equipment. There are three touring areas, one on an island surrounded by an attractive, landscaped moat used for fishing, the other on flat ground on the other side of the entrance. They provide 135 large, numbered touring pitches, all with electricity (6-10A), water, drainage and TV connections. Some places have hardstanding for motorhomes. The newest area offers 45 pitches, each with its own sanitary unit and car park space.
Some 200 permanent and seasonal pitches form other areas to the back of the site. Pleasant, farm style buildings adorned with flowers house the main amenities near the entrance and the site has a sheltered atmosphere with many ornamental trees. There is a small indoor pool, sauna and solarium and an outdoor pool (with large slide) and children’s pool with a grassy sunbathing area. Cars are parked in separate areas. This is a good quality site with a lot to offer for a comfortable stay in charming surroundings. A member of the Holland Tulip Parcs group.