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Eurocamping Baudeloo

Eurocamping Baudeloo

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Camping Fort Bedmar

Camping Fort Bedmar

Camping site Fort Bedmar is located in a rural border village at the border between the Netherlands and Belgium in a unique green and rural setting with beautiful forests and wide polder views. Our camping site is located at the former location of an old Spanish fort and today offers its 9 acres to well equipped touristic camp sites and neatly kept annual places for long-term campers with all modern amenities. Our grounds further have hiking cabins and luxurious trailers. Our fine open-air swimming pool with kids bath means guaranteed water fun for young and old. An extended animation programme provides fun and a delightful holiday feeling. If you enjoy fishing and angling, feel free to throw a line as our guest. Of course Fort Bedmar is also a dreamed starting location for beautiful cycling tours along scenic cycling routes.

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Camping Voorhout

Camping Voorhout

Camping site Voorhout in Stekene offers beautiful tourist camp spaces as well as annual spaces for trailers. Our location near the highway make our spaces ideal for a short stay for travellers. Enjoy a good night’s rest before moving on. Those who choose a longer stay or an annual space will find everything he needs. We are located in the middle of a green country with ample hiking and cycling opportunities close to home and just over the Dutch border. Camping site Voorhout disposes of modern sanitation and a cosy cafeteria where we will welcome you for a pint and a bite to eat. De camping site is situated in a wooded area near the highway (E34). It is centrally located before the cities of Sint-Niklaas, Antwerp, Ghent and Hulst. Forest country, ideal for hikers and cyclists. The camping site is open throughout the year and offers numerous activities for young and old. The canteen offers delicious snacks and dishes. The canteen also has a large terrace. Right at the entrance to the camping site is a bus stop for the call-up bus service, making the village well within reach, including the traditional market on Saturday mornings.

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