At EuroParcs Ruinen in the province of Drenthe, peaceful nature and original overnight stays come together. The spaciously laid out holiday park has a very unique location close to three national parks in Drenthe, with National Park Dwingelderveld in the backyard. Nature lovers, but also families, will completely relax in the beautiful natural surroundings and luxury facilities of the park.
Anyone looking for a relaxing nature or camping holiday in the Netherlands need look no further. A real plus at EuroParcs Ruinen is the possibility of WinterGlamping. From the park, you can also undertake challenging mountain bike tours and beautiful cycling and walking routes. In fifteen minutes you can cycle to the heart of National Park Dwingelderveld, the largest wet heath area in Europe. Nature lovers will be delighted with the special flora and fauna to be discovered here. Explore the nature reserve on your own or with the forest ranger. Especially during lambing season, a walk to the flock from the park is highly recommended.
Visit the charming villages in the vicinity of the holiday park, such as the village of Ruinen. The brink is a place where cows and sheep used to gather. Due to the growth of the village, it came to lie in the centre. In the summer, several markets with typical regional products are held here. For dolmens you do not have to travel far: you discover some at Havelte and Diever! The picturesque town of Meppel is perfect for a day's shopping and pleasant terraces. Also Giethoorn is not far away, where a canal cruise should certainly not be missed. But on the park itself you can also enjoy the indoor swimming pool and the (indoor) playground.
The holiday park is under development. We will do our utmost to limit any inconvenience to you as a guest to a minimum. Should you have any questions regarding the extent of the works, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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