Bungalowpark Het Verscholen Dorp

Other cities nearby

Around park: 2km

Apeldoorn, a vibrant city!

Apeldoorn is the largest town in the Veluwe region, surrounded by the natural beauty of the nature reserve "De Veluwe"  It is only a 30-minutes drive from our holiday park. Even today, with a population of around 150,000 it still has a small-town charm with a town hall, a market square with markets, and friendly locals zipping by on bicycles. Beautiful parks and gardens, old churches, and mills provide rustic elements. Must-sees are:

  • A popular monkey zoo called ' De apenheul ', is home to different species of monkeys and apes that live in natural settings. There isa lot of interaction between visitors and primates, as some are allowed to roam freely.
  • Palace Het Loo, is the best way to get an impression of how the Royal Dutch Family lived throughout the last few centuries. The palace is divided into three sections:
    The museum has a great collection of historical objects, art, and fashion pieces.
    The former stables and coach houses: present a great line-up of carriages and old-timer vehicles.
    The original 17th-century style style of the gardens and palace park is still present. 
  • The Juliana Tower, a very famous amusement park for children. The park offers over 60 attractions and spectacular shows! Families with children between the ages of 2 to 10, will certainly enjoy themselves.

Apeldoorn is also a great place to spend a day of shopping. The town has a wide variety of shops. In the center there is also a shopping mall, so even on a rainy day, you can still shop to your heart's content. There are numerours of terraces to enjoy a drink and relax. The Caterplein is located at the end of the main street, where there is a vibrant nightlife. Here, you will find a mix of cafés and bars. Enough reasons to spend a day Apeldoorn!


It happens in Amersfoort!

Amersfoort is a very diverse city with a lot to offer! From Harderwijk it's just a 20-minute drive. The architecture of the city is special and historic, the inner city has amazing historical architecture and the events that are held there are unforgettable!

What you absolutely shouldn't miss, if you go to Amersfoort: 

  • Koppelpoort, this particular port is part of old city wall and has a medieval appearance.
  • Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren, also known as the "Lange Jan/ long John", is the eyecatcher of the city and one of the highest church towers in the Netherlands. The 300 single steps up to the top of the tower are something you can climb.
  • Muurhuizen (Wall homes), a piece of middle ages in the middle of the city. The houses in this area of the city are made out of pieces of old city wall old city. It is wonderful to "get lost" in this part of the town.

We suggest that you tale a walk through the old town. A guided tour is the best way to get to know this amazing city because there are different possibilities. The town also has many charming squares, terraces, trendy shops, and cafés

Amersfoort is worth a visit!

Explore Zwolle!

The Hanseatic town of Zwolle has a medieval center, star restaurants, and great events; in the Hanseatic town of Zwolle, you will find it all. The culture of this Hanseatic city is at the heart of this city, where you will find several museums and historical facades.  The "verdedingsmuur" (defending walls) and the star-shaped city with the canal will tell you about the history of this extraordinary city.

Zwolle is a culinary city and is well known for its many pure flavors and stard restaurants, where you can enjoy tasty meals. The "Zwolse" Mustard as well as the "Zwolse" Whiskey are well-known!

There are also a variety of shops in Zwolle. There are both big chains and smaller specialty shops. The shopping area is located in the streets surrounding the center. Friday morning and Saturday there is a farmers market in the center of town.

You can discover Zwolle within a half our drive from Het Verscholen Dorp.