Vakantiepark 't Urkerbos

Peak season 29.00€
Low season 28.00€
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COV-19 Info
Corona-Update Vakantiepark 't Urkerbos
We're open again since April 1, 2021 :
Please, keep a distance of 1.5 meters and wash your hands regularly. Avoid crowds.
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On a lovely quiet place, in the middle of a forest and nature and close to historical Urk near the IJsselmeer is located Holiday park 't Urkerbos. Here you can … still spend hours walking, cycling or enjoy the beach and water sports. On our child-friendly family campsite is enough to do, such as swimming in the pool, relaxing on the terrace at the atmospheric restaurant, the riding school offers different activities, but also the children's playground and mini-farm is an ideal place for relaxation and conversation. In the holidays there are many entertainments for young and old by the animation team. Also with your camper you can stay (solidified through grass tiles). Dogs (on a leash) are allowed.
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Camper reviews

Overall rating

4.2
  • Tranquillity
    4.0

  • Food / Shops
    3.8

  • Overall cleanliness
    4.3

  • Cleanliness of sanitary facilities
    4.1

  • Condition of rental accommodation
    4.3

  • Friendliness
    4.9

  • Infrastructure
    4.4

  • Leisure activities
    4.1

  • Location
    4.2

  • Value for money
    4.5

  • Sanitary facilities
    4.1

Camper reviews


Contact

Vakantiepark 't Urkerbos

Phone
Open
01.04. - 30.09.

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