• Nearest Beach: Wassenaarse Slag 4km

  • Nearest Lake: 5km

  • Nearest River: Rijnsburg 7km

  • Nearest Town: Wassenaar 0.5km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Leiden: 10km
    • Delft: 22km
    • Haarlem: 33km
    • Rotterdam: 35km
    • Gouda: 38km
    • Amsterdam: 49km

Sightseeing

The capital and cultural city, Amsterdam, is about 50km from Duinrell and is so easy to reach using public transport. Leiden is approximately 12km away and is home to a university as well as many museums and churches. Madurodam is where you will find the largest miniature city in the world and historical Rotterdam is also worth a visit while you're here.

Days Out

Duinrell

Duinrell Theme Park

One of Duinrell’s most popular attractions has to be the theme park, which is a spectacular experience for old and young alike. There are lots of great roller coasters and attractions, as well as a Fairytale Wonderland and children’s shows.

Rembrandt museum

Rembrandt House Museum

Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam will put you in the previous home and studio of the famous painter where you can feel the atmosphere in which he created his masterpieces.

Den Haag

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

There are so many wonderful museums and galleries in this region you could spend your whole holiday exploring them and still not see them all. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag should be high on your to-do list; it is world-renowned for an impressive collection of modern art.

Wassenaar

Wassenaar

Wander to Wassenaar for a little tipple, a memorable meal or a day in the sun on the golden sands. The authentic town is only a 10 minute walk from the campsite.

Sea Life Centre

Scheveningen

Scheveningen is a great day out. As well as a fabulous beach it is home to a sea life centre where you can experience the thrill of a deep sea dive as you walk through an underwater tunnel and sharks and sea creatures swim over head.  

Artis Royal zoo

Artis Royal Zoo

At Artis Royal Zoo there are hundreds of animals representing every kingdom of the tree of life, as well as beautiful gardens and fascinating sculptures.

Keukenhof

Keukenhof Gardens

A trip to Holland wouldn’t be complete without seeing the iconic displays of flowers at Keukenhof Gardens. The tulips flower from mid March to mid May when the fields are one of the most photographed sites in the world.

Leiden

Leiden

Leiden and Amsterdam are easily accessible, either by bus or train. Leiden is a quieter alternative to Amsterdam but it still has quaint canals and bridges and is full of great shops, bars and cafés. It also has a university and lots of museums and churches.

Events in the Region

Rotterdam Martathon

Rotterdam Marathon

The biggest one-day sporting event in the Netherlands sees the world's top athletes negotiate the city's atmospheric marathon alongside thousands of other runners. The main marathon race takes place on the Sunday, but on the Saturday there is a mini-marathon (4km) and fun races for children (of 1km, or 2½ kms).

Netherlands Film Festival, Utrecht

Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival

Known as the platform for Dutch film, the Fantastic Film Festival in Amsterdam presents Dutch and international films. Lasting for over a week it is a popular cultural event.

Holland Flower Parade, Noordwijk

Flower Parade

The annual Flower parade begins at Noordwijk at 9.30am on the Saturday and finishes in Haarlem at 9pm, passing the popular Keukenhof. 20 fabulous floats and around 40 beautifully decorated cars will travel the 42 kilometres route, treating spectators to a fabulous display of colour and aroma. On Sunday the floats will remain on view in Haarlem until 5pm. In 2019 the parade is being held earlier than usual (due to to Easter falling on the 20th April).

kings day, amsterdam, holland, the netherlands

King's Day

Events are held throughout The Netherlands to celebrate the king's official birthday. In Amsterdam the city is bursting with orange pride in the biggest street party of the year, with around 750,000 people expected to join in the fun. Most events begin at midday, with the biggest and most popular party venues held in the Westerstraat, Prinsengracht and Reguliersdwarsstraat.

Please note many of Amsterdams major museums and attractions are closed on King's Day.

Windmill Days

National Mill Day

The second Saturday and Sunday in May is National Mill Day in Holland. On that day 950 windmills and watermills open their doors to visitors. For centuries, mills have played an important role in reclaiming land, processing raw materials and manufacturing products. Mills barely have any economic value these days, but they still remain an iconic feature. On this special weekend, millers make a real effort to decorate their mills as beautifully as possible and will usually give guided tours.

Holland festival

Holland Festival

Originating way back in 1947, the Holland Festival is the biggest performing arts festival in the Netherlands. It includes international performers of theatre, dance, music and opera, with the classical elements being given a more contemporary feel. 2019 dates to be confirmed.

Pinkpop Music Festival

Pinkpop Music Festival

Since its inception in 1970, this pop music festival has grown in size and is now world renowned. Showcasing new acts alongside famous pop and rock bands, Pinkpop attracts a diverse following every year, making for a cracking atmosphere for all. Pinkpop offers camping throughout the festival but why not holiday either side at one of our Dutch parcs?

Amsterdam Roots Festival

Amsterdam Roots Festival

The Amsterdam Roots Festival takes place annually in June. It is a leading festival of non-western music and attracts bands and artists from all over the world. Enjoyed by approximately 60.000 visitors each year, it's considered to be one of the most important music festivals in Holland. Listen to performances of fado, zouk dance, hiphop, latin-jazz, rumba, flamenco and more! The music comes from all corners of the earth, from Cape Verde to the Caribbean and from Mongolia to South Africa. 2019 dates to be confirmed.

Julidans

Julidans

Amsterdam's annual contemporary dance festival takes place on a variety of stages at the Leidesplein and other venues across Amsterdam. Dances are performed by international artists and contemporary choreographers, showcasing all the latest trends and the most innovative creations in the field. Text, visual arts, film and urban dance are a regular feature of this festival. 2019 dates to be confirmed.

Summer Carnival Rotterdam

Rotterdam Unlimited Summer Carnival

This festival, with it's focus on diversity, is one of the biggest in the Netherlands, attracting 900,00 visitors from all over Europe. It's a great 5 day experience with many art and cultural events, live performances, major international artists and a vibrant summer carnival.

Grachtenfestival, Amsterdam

Grachtenfestival, Amsterdam

Also known as the Canal Festival, this popular event attracts visitors from all over. Performers and musicians will take to the stage in various unique locations both indoor and outdoor, from boats to pontoons to 17-century canal-side houses!

Off Parc Activities

There are cycle paths everywhere you look because the flat, local countryside is ideal for walking and cycling. Surprisingly the area is also good for abseiling and climbing which can be done just 100m from the parc.

There is a beach just 4 km away where you can have lots of fun in the sun.

The following activities are available off parc:

Activities
Golf 8.5 km from site
Driving Range 12 km from site
Boat trips 10 km from site
Sports
Scuba Diving 15 km from site