We visited this site that we booked through the caravan Club. It is well laid out within individual fields, the shop is excellently stocked and reasonable, the pools are clean and the indoor one is open till 10pm.
The soft play and outdoor playground kept our kids (10 & 5) entertained. The restaurant was very expensive 70 Euro for 2 adult meals and 2 kids meals.
The biggest down fall is the rabbits, there is an infestation in the area. At first you think its lovely to see so many and then you realise that they are everywhere. We were kept awake at night with them scratching the chassis of our van, even after I had surrounded the area with pepper. They chewed through our waste water pipe.
The beach was very stagnant and when digging in the sand, it was very smelly. We also got badly bitten. Harderwijk was a 5km cycle and we did this nearly every day.
Recommend take out a boat for the day and then visiting Mama Mia for pasta. We also had a great day at Walibi world. Would not revisit this site again.
Firstly the local area is lovely; the site is right on the lake side although visiting touring vans are sited away from any lake views. The beach is nearby and the marina and boats make this site feel very 'nautical'. Watersports enthusiasts would absolutely love it.
The pitches are in a circular formation around the edge of large well drained fields, (it rained a lot while we were there but the pitches remained water free and the ground dried really quickly). All pitches have their own power, water tap, TV hook up and waste outlet, it was the easiest pitch we've ever had for water and power.
The new development was supposed to be finished during our visit but should be opened in June 2010; this houses the restaurant, bar, shop and the new swimming pool. There were temporary arrangements in place during our visit but that didn't really affect our stay. The toilet blocks are clean, but not to the standard of a Caravan Club site.
Amsterdam is an hour away and the local towns are well worth a visit, Haderwijk is a 5km drive and has all the shops needed for supplies. There are good golf courses nearby and Walibi World just up the road for days out with the children.
In summary a good site, the services to the pitch are first rate and the facilities very good, the area is lovely and the staff are helpful. You will probably be the only Brit there as it's quite a way off the usual holiday routes but English is well spoken in Holland and the site is recommended by the Caravan Club, (who we booked through), so you can be assured of a trouble free stay.
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