Camping

For true nature lovers the Park has a magnificent campsite near the Hoenderloo entrance. The campsite comprises a car-free tent site and three sites for caravans and campers.

This tranquil and small rural campsite offers every nature lover the opportunity to experience the Park for more than one day.

Reservations not possible

It is not possible to make a reservation for this campsite. As a measure against the spread of the coronavirus the number of available pitches has been temporarily reduced. The campsite manager determines how many pitches can be used. You can of course ask the doorman at the Hoenderloo entrance about the avaliable spaces on the campsite. 

Opening hours

The campsite is open annually from March 29 to October 31. The opening hours for the Park are the same for visitors and campers. You can see all the opening hours here.

How does it work?

Upon arrival, please report to the Hoenderloo entrance before claiming your camping pitch. You pay per night, per person for the campsite and per day, per person for the Park. The costs for the campsite are € 8 per person (adults/caravan) or € 7 per person (adults/tent).

Note: you also have to pay the Park entrance for every night that you stay. You are not liable for any Park fees on your day of departure. Tourist tax is € 1 per person per night. If you have a car with you, you have to pay the daily Park entrance for the car as well.

Facilities 

All caravan pitches have a power supply. You pay € 3 per night if you want to use electricity. There is a sanitary block with washing facilities and hot showers (€ 0.50 for a 4-minute shower). An automatic money changer is also available. Children can enjoy themselves in the playground and playing field. Dogs are allowed, if they are kept on a leash.

Due to the risk of fire, it is nog allowed to use open fire or a barbecue on the campsite.

Maximum stay

The maximum stay on the campsite of De Hoge Veluwe is 3 consecutive weeks. If you wish to return to the campsite, please leave at least one month’s gap between visits. This rule aims to ensure there is always room for Park visitors who only wish to stay on the campsite for a few days.  

Overnight accommodation outside the Park

There are of course accommodation possibilities in the villages surrounding the Park. Hoenderloo, Otterlo and Schaarsbergen are home to a large number of campsites, while Apeldoorn, Ede and Arnhem have plenty of hotels to choose from.