Discover lesser-known pearls of the Netherlands

Heathland in National Park Maasduinen in the Netherlands

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The Netherlands has so much more to offer than the well-known camping destinations. The lesser known pearls, such as De Maasduinen, Lauwersmeer and De Groote Peel, offer a unique opportunity to enjoy nature in peace and quiet. Escape the crowds, discover these hidden treasures and experience the silence and beauty of the Dutch landscape. Grab your tent, camper or caravan and go in search of your own quiet camping spot in the Netherlands.

National Park The Maasduinen

Located in North Limburg, De Maasduinen offer a varied landscape of forest, heath and shifting sand. This park is an oasis of tranquility, where you can enjoy quiet walks and the special flora and fauna.

The Loonse and Drunense Dunes

Walking trails in Dutch national park in North Brabant with yellow sandy dunes, pine tree forest and dried old desert plants, nature background

This "Brabant Sahara" is one of the largest areas of drifting sand in Western Europe. Despite the impressive landscapes, it is a relatively quiet area where you can camp and enjoy the silence and space.

Lauwersmeer National Park

Huge flock of migrating birds European starling (Sturnus vulgaris) taking off from feeding habitat in Lauwersmeer. Wildlife scene in nature of Europe. Netherlands.

On the border of Friesland and Groningen you will find National Park Lauwersmeer. Known for its birdlife, this area offers a beautiful landscape of water, reed beds and grasslands.

The Gelderland Gate

Shore with dead rapeseed plants along extension overflow basin along river Waal in nature reserve Millingerwaard in the Dutch province of Gelderland against blue sky with clouds

Located on the border between the Netherlands and Germany, this nature reserve offers a mix of rivers, floodplains and forests. It is a perfect haven for those who want to camp and hike in peace along the banks of the Waal River.

National Park De Groote Peel

National Park "De Groote Peel" in Ospel (the Netherlands). The park is 1,348 hectares of size and consists of wonderful peat grounds and unique biodiversity, especially butterflies.

On the border of North Brabant and Limburg lies National Park De Groote Peel, one of the few remaining raised bog areas in the Netherlands. This quiet and wetland area is ideal for nature lovers looking for silence and special nature.

National Landscape The Green Forest

Beautiful sunny morning in green forest

In the heart of Brabant lies Het Groene Woud, a tangle of forests, meadows and streams. This area offers numerous quiet camping spots where you can enjoy the harmony of the Brabant countryside.

The Empire of Nijmegen

Terrain of countryside with sloping hills and green meadow, Summer landscape farmland and grass field under blue clear sky, Gelderland province, Occupying the center-east of the country, Netherlands.

This hilly area around Nijmegen offers a surprising amount of tranquility and nature. With its vast forests, rolling fields and historic charm, it is an ideal destination for a peaceful camping experience.

The Dwingelderveld

A flock of Drenthe Heath sheep, walking and grazing through the Dwingelderveld nature reserve, on a cold wet autumn day in November

This vast heath and forest area in Drenthe is one of the largest wet heaths in Europe. Despite its size, it is a peaceful area where you can enjoy long walks and the vastness of nature.

The Salland Ridge

Blooming purple heather in the National Park the Sallandse Heuvelrug, Overijssel, the Netherlands

Located in Overijssel, the Sallandse Heuvelrug offers a varied landscape of forests and heathlands. This national park is less known, but offers plenty of opportunities for quiet camping vacations amidst nature.

South-Kennemerland National Park

Typical Dutch dune landscape that is part of the Zuid Kennemerland National Park

Located on the North Holland coast, this park offers a unique dune landscape and peaceful forests. It is an ideal place for campers looking for peace and quiet, close to the sea.

The Netherlands has so much more to offer than the well-known camping destinations. The lesser known pearls, such as De Maasduinen, Lauwersmeer and De Groote Peel, offer a unique opportunity to enjoy nature in peace and quiet. Escape the crowds, discover these hidden treasures and experience the silence and beauty of the Dutch landscape. Grab your tent and go find your own quiet camping spot in the Netherlands.