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These are the best children’s campsites in the Netherlands

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These are the best children's campsites in the Netherlands

Camping is also seen as the ultimate relaxation. JAN previously recommended the best glamping spots in the Netherlands . Are you looking for a nice children’s campsite in the Netherlands? With activities, a kids club, great playgrounds and swimming pools? JAN selected the best children’s campsites in the Netherlands for you.

Prefer a little more luxury? Then view the list of the best child-friendly hotels in the Netherlands .

Best children’s campsites in the Netherlands:

1.From Camphanen

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De Camphanen is a traveling children’s campsite in the Netherlands where you can spend the night in a unique campervan. This year the campsite can be found in De Groene Heuvels, a nature reserve on a lake in Nijmegen. For both children and parents it is the ideal place to escape from the daily grind. For the children there is a cuddly forest where they can spot wildlife cuddly toys! When the offspring are in bed, there is a silent disco for the parents. party!

De Camphanen, Wielseweg 9, 3896 MB Zeewolde

2.Fairytale campsite

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The name says it all: this campsite for children in the Netherlands is full of fairy tales, especially for children from 0 to 10 years. Whether you come with the whole family or just with your family; this is five star camping. As the icing on the fairytale cake, there is a theater show every day, even in the low season. Certainly one of the nicest children’s campsites in the Netherlands!

Fairytale campsite, Grote Beltenweg 17, 7794 RA Rheeze

3.Country estate Drenthe

For those who still think that Drenthe is boring, think again. This small-scale camping site for children in the Netherlands offers the ultimate ‘relaxation feeling’ with its 25 pitches. But it is certainly not boring. The camping spots are located around a large field with a playground. Want to spend an afternoon somewhere else? Then there is a recreational lake with a beach and playground just two kilometers away. That will be wonderful sunbathing and reading a good book while the children have fun in the water.

Countryside Drenthe, Brouwerswijk 111, 7916 VB Elim

4.Pampel campsite

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For the nature lovers among us, Camping De Pampel is the place to stay. This children’s campsite in the Netherlands is located in the Veluwe woods; the Hoge Veluwe is also known as the green treasury of the Netherlands. Go out with the kids and let them get in touch with Mother Nature.

Camping De Pampel, Woeste Hoefweg 35, 7351 TN Hoenderloo

Handy to read: 4 nicest destinations in the Netherlands.

5.The Camper Corner

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Camping with a farmer is always a good option for the kids. With the many farm animals, the little ones will not be bored for a minute! Cuddling with the rabbits or feeding the chickens, it’s all possible. A campsite for children in the Netherlands that has all this is the Kamperhoek, in Zeeland. In addition to the animals, there is also a go-kart fleet, football field, playground and trampolines at this campsite.

De Kamperhoek, Campensedijk 50, 4581 PW Vogelwaarde

Also interesting: the best child-friendly hotels abroad

6.The Darling

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There is always something to do at children’s camping site ‘De Lievelinge’ in the Netherlands. With their kids lab, children have the opportunity to fully develop themselves on a finking raft, star fox hunt or participate in the Akademie voor Kleine Horecatijgers, where they learn all the tricks of the trade like a real chef. But the moms and dads will not be bored here either. They can relax in a yoga session or push their limits in an ice-cold bath. This campsite in Gelderland is undoubtedly one of the most diverse children’s campsites in the Netherlands. Book your spot quickly: it is completely full early in the season.

De Lievelinge, Haarweg 6, 4214 KL Vuren

Berry moved to the Netherlands for her art studies. She is living in Amsterdam for 16 years. You can see her in Amsterdam streets with her fancy pink bike. She is a professional photographer and blog journal lover.

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Used car prices in the Netherlands fell for the first time this year

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Used car prices in the Netherlands fell for the first time this year. Data were obtained from the vehicle sales platform AutoScout24. According to the platform, the reason for the decrease is the summer holiday.

How much are used car prices in the Netherlands?

AutoScout24 stated that during the summer holidays, people’s interests are generally towards vacationing, so the decrease in prices may be due to this.
 
An average used car was sold for 23,531 euros in July. This rate is 1.2 percent less than the previous month. At the beginning of this year, the average price of second-hand was 22,158 euros. There has been no decline in used car prices since the spring of 2021.
 
On the other hand, the increase in second-hand items in other European countries continues. Prices continued to rise in France, Austria and Belgium last month, while Germany saw a small decline of 0.2 percent.
 
Germany is still at the top of Europe in this field, with an average used car price of 27,361 euros.
 
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Declining interest in Randstad region in the Netherlands

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Declining interest in Randstad region in the Netherlands

The proportion of people leaving the Randstad area in the Netherlands has increased over the past year. According to the National Statistics Agency (CBS), 75,000 people left the region last year. The number of people who moved to the region was 55 thousand.

 
CBS data indicated that those over the age of 30 are increasingly leaving the west of the country.
 
Statistics also show that the number of people leaving the Randstad area has increased since 2014. While 48 thousand people left the region in 2014, this number increased to 70 thousand in 2020.
 
On the other hand, the proportion of those who moved to Randstad remained roughly the same, reaching 55 thousand last year. Looking at all the data, the number of Dutch people giving up city life has been increasing since 2017.
 
However, the increase in the number of people leaving Randstad does not mean that the region is empty.

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Netherlands uses Europe’s most expensive natural gas

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The Netherlands became the country that used the most expensive natural gas among the European Union countries with its natural gas prices in July.

 
Nieuwsuur, which collects data from the comparison site Energievergelijk.nl, last month the natural gas bill of a house in the Netherlands cost 283 Euros. This rate is double that of many EU countries. Neighboring countries of the Netherlands are Germany and Belgium, a few of these countries.
 
In June, the peak of gas prices was in Sweden, while the Netherlands took the second place. In July, the leadership changed hands. Last month gas bills in Sweden averaged 237.
 
Electricity bills in the Netherlands are also quite high compared to other countries. The Dutch paid an average of 419 euros for electricity in July. There are only two European countries that face more electricity bills than the Netherlands: Italy and Denmark.
 
According to the estimates of Energievergelijk.nl, citizens who will renew their energy contracts this year will pay an average of 3,700 euros more per year.
 
Nibud, who is a budget consultant, stated that many households will have difficulty paying the bills in the future. Nearly 30 percent of them highlighted the difficulty ban on this issue last month.

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