Take a splash in the indoor pool or enjoy the welless
Indoor Pool & Wellness Center
Beach and natural lake
Sport and game
Lake Veluwemeer is perfect for swimming, surfing of sailing
During the (school) holidays, EuroParcs Bad Hoophuizen offers the coolest entertainment activities for all ages with our Fun Heroes and Fun Crew. The Fun Heroes are travelling entertainment teams and the Fun Crew are our own permanent entertainment team at the park. So during your holiday with us, you have a permanent member, which is really nice! The teams organise sporting activities as well as great shows and creative craft activities. In addition, there are also separate events to participate in at our park. Curious about the park's current programme? Check it out via the EuroParcs app or via the button below.
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Who, what, where, when
At EuroParcs Bad Hoophuizen, both the tranquility of nature and sporty water activities come together. With the Veluwemeer on the one hand and the vast Veluwe landscape on the other.
From swimming or surfing, to a boat trip on the Veluwemeer. EuroParcs Bad Hoophuizen is an Eldorado for water sports enthusiasts. And because the park is surrounded by water, you will find plenty of moorings for boats and a water sports center just around the corner. In addition, Walibi Holland is a half hour drive away, where it is bursting with roller coasters and rides. Take a dizzying ride in the Goliath or dangle at the bottom of the spectacular Condor rollercoaster.
You can completely relax in the Veluwe, which is nearby. EuroParcs Bad Hoophuizen is located in the town of Hulshorst, which borders Nunspeet and the Veluwe. Not only do you find extensive moors in the area, but also lush forests, meadows and game animals. Among other things at the V.V.V. Nunspeet you can book game animal scavenger hunts. Culinary (game animal) dishes are on the menu, especially in the town of Vierhouten. Every year in October, the Wild Days take place here, where the opening of the game season is celebrated with tastings of game dishes. The best way to explore the Veluwe is by bike or on foot. For example, cycle to the nearby Speulderbos, also known as the forest of the dancing trees. This is the oldest beech forest in the Netherlands.
At the moment there are construction activities with continuous construction traffic on camping field Berk. We will do our utmost to keep any inconvenience to you as a guest to a minimum. If you have any questions about the extent of the work, you can always contact us.
Frequently asked questions
Besides the indoor pool, the park also has a wellness area with Finnish sauna, steam bath and sun loungers. At our reception or via the EuroParcs app, you can rent the wellness area for 2 hours for a maximum of 6 people for €25.00. When using the wellness area, please bring your own towels.
Yes, you can use the washing machines and dryers for €4.50 and €2.50 respectively. Payment can only be made by debit card.
Yes, you can fish across the entire width of our park, just not in the ponds. A fishing pass is required and can be purchased from the post office in Hulshorst. If your accommodation is located on the waterfront, fishing is possible from your accommodation.
The Wi-Fi is free, upgrading is not possible. Netflix is possible but is not standard on all televisions in the accommodations. Zooming, skyping and online gaming is possible.
The park is a fireworks-free park. This means it is forbidden to set off fireworks at the park, however, you may experience some noise pollution from the surrounding area. Possible carbide shooting in the area.
Via the EuroParcs app, you can rent (electric) bicycles and go-carts. In the app, you can immediately see the cost of renting the bikes/skelters.
Dogs are welcome in our park, but must be kept on a leash at all times. Dogs are not allowed on the beach. About 30 minutes away by car you will find a dog beach: the Erkemederstrand. Dogs are not allowed in all our accommodations, so always indicate when booking whether you are coming with a dog.
You can take the train to Nunspeet or Harderwijk station. From Nunspeet or Harderwijk station, you can take bus 103. Then get off at the Varelseweg bus stop. From Varelseweg, it is about a 20-minute walk to the park entrance.
At the first car park in our park you will find the waste disposal area, where you can dispose of your rubbish.