Camping De Wildhoeve
Netherlands, Gelderland, JJ EmstFor the past 60 years, Camping De Wildhoeve has been located on the edge of the unique nature reserve of the royal Houtvesterij Het Loo, surrounded by wildlife and nature in the Veluwe. The badger is one of the numerous natural neighbours of Camping De Wildhoeve. From his den, he roams through woods and fields, and sometimes across the campsite. Many rabbits have also made themselves at home as permanent campers. Human campers reside in complete peace, either in individual niches, in clearings or in fields. In order to preserve the character of the campsite, vehicles are parked separately. Hikers and cyclists get their money’s worth: endless cycle tracks and hiking trails run across the Kroondomein (royal domain) Het Loo and the Veluwe. The campsite provides a maximum of comfort. The brasserie offers authentic dishes freshly prepared and predominantly based on regional products. This is why the brasserie is entitled to call itself “Euro-Toques Restaurant”.
GelderlandThe Paleis Het Loo near Apeldoorn is well known for its palace gardens. The Baroque style building was erected between 1685 and 1692 and served as the summer residence of the Dutch royal family until 1975. Today the palace is a museum and was declared a Rijksmonument together with the gardens that are laid out in a strictly geometric pattern. There are two restaurants with three Michelin stars located in the vicinity of Camping De Wildhoeve (5 and 20 km).