Hidden between the green forests and in the middle of the Veluwe is EuroParcs Beekbergen. The cozy family park is wedged between Loenen and Beekbergen. Because the park is surrounded by nature, you are guaranteed to completely relax. From the holiday park you can easily find yourself in the center of Apeldoorn or among the wildlife in the Hoge Veluwe National Park. EuroParcs Beekbergen means fully enjoying a carefree holiday with the whole family!
EuroParcs Beekbergen is hidden between the forests of Beekbergen. From the holiday park you can easily walk to the Loenense Waterfalls. In addition, you will find national parks such as National Park Veluwezoom and National Park De Hoge Veluwe close by, where you can stroll over vast moors, through the woods and over sand dunes. The Hoge Veluwe National Park is not only the largest national park in the Netherlands, in the middle of the park is also the Kröller-Müller Museum with the second largest Van Gogh collection in the world! In half an hour you are also in the 'Sahara of the Low Countries', Kootwijkerzand. And have you ever heard of Radio Kootwijk? This building served as a broadcasting station a century ago.
There is plenty to do for the whole family in and around EuroParcs Beekbergen. For example, it is close to Apeldoorn where you can walk among the monkeys in the Apenheul, visit Paleis het Loo or experience an unforgettable day with the children in Amusement Park Julianatoren. Omnisport is also located in Apeldoorn with a cycling track and athletics track. In the vicinity of the park, impressive castles sometimes loom up in the landscape. If you cycle the popular 8 castles route, you will pass Vorden Castle, where you can also take a look inside. Or imagine yourself on board the Veluwsche Stoomtrein (steamtrain) that ran between Beekbergen and Dieren in the past.
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