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I just adore this National Park. It's so close to Amsterdam, and yet you feel like you're miles away from everything. The dunes are lovely and the walking trails are very well marked and well maintained. There are also lots of birds to see, and...More
Great for a good hike, you can spend hours stumbling from woodland into dunes, peat and lakes. And end up on the beach. Like all nature in The Netherlands, the hand of man is clearly visible. Paths are pretty well maintained. Don't go if you...More
Great place for walks or to cycle through.
Still, one may have an encounter with some cows walking around, we did once as it came sliding down a hill just a few meters away from us, wow !
Not as much wildlife as in the...More
The only highlight of an otherwise disappointing trip. Took the train to Overveen, a 15 minutes walk to the visitor centre. Counter staff were excellent and let us try several bikes before renting (as the first few were too big). Biked all the way to...More
My friend and I visited this National Park last week and walked from the main visitor centre to the beach and back. The walk was beautiful (if rather windy!) with clear paths and lots of options for alternative routes. The scenery was stunning and in...More
The campground Overveen is within the National park. It is so nice to go on a walk early morning or biking and even swimming at Het Wed, all activities were within the National Park.
Our camping was enjoyable and a nice restaurants was also available.To...More
take a train to Haarlem station. catch a bus (bus station directly across the street from Haarlem station) to zaandvort an zee for the beach, or to the National park I mentioned for woods, ancient dunes and wildlife, hiking... More
take a train to Haarlem station. catch a bus (bus station directly across the street from Haarlem station) to zaandvort an zee for the beach, or to the National park I mentioned for woods, ancient dunes and wildlife, hiking. I have forgotten the bus numbers though. ask in the station.
No, but they do refer you to 2 different opportunities to hook up with horseback park rides (look within the "horseback riding" part of the park's webpage - which Tripadvisor won't allow me to post here - sorry about that.)