The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp


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The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp


Duinrell is a theme park and waterpark with over 40 attractions near Amsterdam and The Hague in Holland. You can stay on-site and one of the companies providing accommodation here is Eurocamp. If you stay on-site, you are provided with unlimited access to the theme park which is fantastic for families. The location is also perfect for exploring the Netherlands. We stayed during May Half Term 2019 and had such a wonderful time. I'd highly recommend Duinrell to families looking for a good value holiday with plenty to do and staying here is a fantastic alternative to a traditional beach holiday if you fancy something a little different. Today's post is a long one but I hope it answers all of the questions we had during our trip. You can find out more about Duinrell, check prices and book online here. 

Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Travel Options 


There are lots of options for travelling to Duinrell and it is especially easy to get to from North East England. We opted to take our own car and travel by DFDS Seaways from Newcastle to Amsterdam. We travelled overnight and the cost was £470 return for 5 of us plus car which included travel over bank holiday weekend. We booked using an early booking deal in November where we paid £70 deposit and the balance a few months before travel. You can watch my Instagram Stories featuring our DFDS check-in experience here. Taking your own car and driving in the Netherlands was an absolute breeze and if it's your first time driving abroad, this is a nice way to ease you in as it's very straight forward. I even managed to drive abroad for the first time over there which is something I thought I'd never say. You can read more about my experience and tips driving in the Netherlands here. Other options for taking the ferry include Hull to Rotterdam with P&O ferries and the Stena Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry which is the quickest and cheapest route. There's also the option of driving to Duinrell from France. Calais to Duinrell takes around 4-5 hours so isn't too bad.

The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp DFDS Seaways 5 berth seaview cabin
DFDS Seaways 5 berth seaview cabin

Duinrell is an easy 40 minute drive from Hook of Holland Port. Basically on 3 main roads. We used Google Maps to navigate and didn't take any wrong turns or end up arguing (which is rare!). Duinrell is well signposted once you're in the vicinity.

The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp Hook of Holland Port
Hook of Holland Port

If you don't wish to take your own car, you can fly to Amsterdam or Eindhoven Airport. Most people tend to fly to Amsterdam. If you're using public transport, you can connect to Amsterdam Central Station from the airport or ferry (you can add transfers to your ferry booking) then catch the train direct to the Hague and the 44 bus straight to Duinrell (it literally stops at the park gates). You don't need a car to stay at Duinrell as the beautiful town of Wassenaar is just across the road and is well connected with buses to the Hague and Leiden for day trips. There's also the option of taking a taxi from the airport. Expect to pay around 120 euro return for a taxi for 4 from the airport. Many people who were staying at Duinrell recommended booking through Sun Transfers (although I have no experience of booking with these myself).


Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Accommodation Options 


Eurocamp offers a range of accommodation options for all budgets at Duinrell. I was lucky enough to try two types of accommodation during our stay (the Espirit and Avant). I really liked the layout of the Esprit and it felt like we had more space but the fact that the Avant has a dishwasher and a partially covered veranda was a dealbreaker for me - this meant we could sit outside in all weathers (even when it was raining) and who wants to do dishes on holiday? I'd recommend the Avant if you had the choice between the two but would be happy to stay in either options. The Aspect is the accommodation with the highest specification with air conditioning, coffee machine and luxurious furnishings. If you were looking to spoil yourself, the Aspect will provide those luxury touches.



The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp  -Eurocamp Avant Decking
Eurocamp Avant Decking 

The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp  - Eurocamp Avant Decking
Eurocamp Avant Decking

Eurocamp Avant Living Area
Eurocamp Avant Living Area 

  Eurocamp Avant Double Bed
Eurocamp Avant Double Bed 

Eurocamp Avant Bunk Room
Eurocamp Avant Bunk Room 

Eurocamp Avant Exterior
Eurocamp Avant Exterior 


I really like staying with Eurocamp and their mobile homes really lend themselves to relaxed, low-key living. Their kitchens are on the small side but they're well-equipped and we loved having a full-size fridge freezer. There were loads of plug sockets in both of the mobile homes we tried, including those all-important by the bed sockets. Make sure you pop to Poundland before your trip and stock up on adapters. The showers were both hot and powerful and we had no issues with cleanliness - everything was spick and span. You can hire bed linen from Eurocamp (you are prompted to add this onto your booking) or you can take your own. It is annoying having to make your own beds on arrival (unless you're staying in the Aspect model) but I guess this is one of the ways Eurocamp keep their prices competitive. The mattresses are fairly supportive too - no complaints of backache from us through the week. You are only provided with one pillow per person though so if you're travelling by car and like multiple pillows, bring extra with you.

Eurocamp Esprit Exterior
Eurocamp Esprit Exterior 

Eurocamp Esprit Living Area
Eurocamp Esprit Living Area

Eurocamp Esprit Kitchen
Eurocamp Esprit Kitchen 

Eurocamp Esprit Twin Room
Eurocamp Esprit Twin Room

Eurocamp Esprit
Eurocamp Esprit 

Eurocamp Esprit Double Bedroom
Eurocamp Esprit Double Bedroom 

Eurocamp Esprit Shower Room
Eurocamp Esprit Shower Room

Our typical day at Eurocamp would involve waking up, popping to the on-site shop bakery for croissants, milk and juice and then waking the kids and enjoying breakfast on the terrace together. Then we'd head to the theme park/water park/town/enjoy a day trip before heading back for an hour or so in the afternoon when Steve and I would read on the terrace, Jack would scoot around on his scooter and Heidi and Harry would go off and explore the theme park alone for a few hours (it felt safe enough to let them do this). Then we'd get changed, head into town for dinner and Steve and I would head back to our mobile home for drinks on the terrace (with a blanket - it was chilly in the evenings in May) and the kids would head to the park for 2-3 hours. They would return as the sun set and watched a movie on their Kindle (we used Steve's phone as a hot spot to stream Netflix) before we'd all head to bed at around 11pm. It's worth noting there are no TVs in Eurocamp accommodation (as seems to be the norm with this kind of holiday) but we actually like it. There was no time to watch TV even if we wanted to!

Eurocamp Avant BBQ

All Eurocamp accommodation at Duinrell have their own BBQ free of charge which was a lovely way to cook and wind down after a busy day.


You can't select where your accommodation is situated as it's allocated on arrival. Some properties allow parking right next to them and others are in a car park nearby. We preferred staying on 'the island' as it was close to the play park where the kids liked playing in the evening.

Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Checking In 


Checking in is pretty straightforward. We arrived at around 10:30am and just parked up in the main car park. There is a charge of 10 euro per day for theme park guests to stay here but if you're staying on-site, this is waived. Eurocamp reception is well-signposted from the main check-in reception - simply follow the signs. Make sure you bring your booking reference (it doesn't need to be printed out), your car registration number and a photo of everyone in your party for your passes. There are machines if you forget but these are pricey - any kind of photo will do. We just cut some old photos up. They simply staple them to your pass. This pass allows you into the theme park/site without having to pay (you also have your own entrance so no queuing) and gives you a discount on entry to the waterpark. You're also given a parking pass to pop on your dashboard, a map and information about where everything is. You can't usually check into your accommodation until 3pm but are free to visit the theme park and check out the facilities from as soon as you arrive.

The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp  - Eurocamp Reception
Eurocamp Reception 

Inside Eurocamp Reception
Inside Eurocamp Reception 


We found the Eurocamp staff to be lovely. They really are a font of all knowledge and their reception is filled with any kind of information you could need including weather forecasts, cycling routes, trip ideas and local market information. The staff are so knowledgable and if you'd like to visit anywhere or aren't sure about something, simply pop in and ask - nothing is too much trouble at all.

Compared with other parcs we've stayed at in the past, Duinrell felt pretty busy and they had a lot more staff. There's no Eurocamp Kids Club here and the staff are less visible than other places we've stayed - we are used to a staff member checking everything is ok or leaving a note/information on check out day about what to do but there was none of that here. You're pretty much left to your own devices unless you visit the Eurocamp reception which suited us just fine.

Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp :  Duinrell Theme Park



The main draw of staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp is that you have UNLIMITED & FREE access to Duinrell theme park. Once you pass security at reception, there are no barriers so you can access the theme park at all hours - even when the rides are closed. In May Half Term, the rides tended to be open from 10am-5pm. We found the best time to visit was first thing in the morning as there'd be no queues at all and you could ride your favourite rides over and over again. On some days there were school trips to Duinrell (they don't have a May Half Term in the Netherlands) but these trips were easy to avoid as they tended to stick together. We were also at Duinrell during Ascension Day which is a public holiday and the park was very busy on this day - I'd probably plan a day trip on this day if we were to visit again. Mostly though, the maximum we ever queued for a ride was 20 minutes. It was brilliant having free access to over 40 rides and attractions.

Duinrell Rollercoaster
Duinrell Rollercoaster 


Duinrell is a pretty small theme park and nice and compact. After a few days I felt comfortable enough letting my 10 and 12-year-old walk around unsupervised. Quite often, Steve and I would sit in one 'area' with a coffee and let all three kids go on the rides in that section at their free will.

Duinrell Slides
Duinrell Slides

There is loads to see and do at Duinrell for all ages. My three didn't get bored at all during our week there. All three of my children are over 1.3m and could go on all but 2/3 rides. We spent a good mix of going on the rides with the kids (I even braved Falcon which is kind of like the Oblivion at Alton Towers) and them going on by themselves as we sat and enjoyed the sunshine. As far as theme parks go, Duinrell is pretty laid back. I found the park to be split into four main sections.....

Near the entrance 

The section near the park entrance is perfect for children of all ages and despite offering rides which weren't too 'thrilling', was a favourite section of ours. There are bumper frog (aka dodgem cars), a giant indoor soft play, a raft to cross the water (loads of fun), aqua chute slides, a pirate ship, rowing boats, scuttlebugs, mini go-karting and a few little rides you can operate yourself. There's also the only paid ride in the park here - the catapult which my three LOVED. It's worth saving your 1 euro coins for and lots of fun to watch. This section is also where you'll find the monorail entrance and a little themed walk through area with little characters (including a rather rude little boy who 'wees' all over you which the kids found hilarious and daily character shows.

Duinrell Catalpult
Duinrell Catalpult 

Duinrell Raft
Duinrell Raft


Main park area 

The main park area is in the centre of the theme park and has two huge play parks at the heart. These playgrounds are able to be accessed after hours and where most of the kids tended to hang out in the evenings. There are big slides, manual carousels, hamster wheels, seesaws and more. Probably one of the best parks we've been in and loads to keep you entertained. Each park is enclosed and there's plenty of seating too. You'll also find arcade games (which despite having a love for frittering away their money, my three were not tempted with once), a big wheel, trampolines, bumper frog boats, giant climbing balls, swings and mini rides like a little train for smaller kids. There's also a restaurant and a separate pancake house with a carousel in the middle which kids can ride while they wait. We didn't dine here as found the prices to be inflated compared with the pancake houses in Wassenaar but it's nice to have the option. I do recommend picking up profetjes (mini Dutch pancakes) from the stall here though as they are lush!

The Ultimate Guide to Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp  - Duinrell Trampolines
Duinrell Trampolines 

Duinrell Swings
Duinrell Swings 

Duinrell Carousel
Duinrell Carousel 

Duinrell Big Wheel
Duinrell Big Wheel 

Duinrell Playground
Duinrell Playground

Duinrell Frog Boats
Duinrell Frog Boats 

Thrill rides 

Just beyond the playgrounds is where you'll find most of the thrill rides. I say thrill rides but really, a lot of these rides are suitable for the whole family. There are two family rollercoasters, a couple of water rides (my three LOVED the log flume and rode it four times in a row one day), Falcon which is a vertical drop coaster that goes upside down (and suitable from 1.2m), flying planes and a couple of other thrill rides. There's plenty to choose from and enough to keep older kids entertained. There's also a little hidden playground just behind the thrill rides with a brilliant multi-lane slide and park.


Duinrell Airplanes
Duinrell Airplanes 


Duinrell Dragon Fly Coaster
Duinrell Dragon Fly Coaster 

Duinrell Falcon Coaster
Duinrell Falcon Coaster 

Duinrell Log Flume
Duinrell Log Flume 


Toboggan/woodland 

We didn't really venture into this area as you needed to be over 1.4m to ride the toboggan (and H & J aren't quite there yet) but it looked like lots of fun and we'll definitely try this in the future. There's natural play equipment in the wood here which looked like a nice place to chill and a watch tower which offers spectacular views of the park and beyond.

I honestly think it's fantastic that all of this is included in your stay. It would be very difficult to get bored here. We found park safety to be good and didn't have any issues/feel unsafe on any of the rides.

This YouTube video gives a feel for what to expect during a typical day at Duinrell:



Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp :  Tiki Bad Waterpark


Duinrell is also home to its very own waterpark. The waterpark is open daily from 10am-10pm and is all indoors so ideal for a rainy day (there is also a new outdoor waterpark area due to open in July - more about that later). We visited the Tiki Bad Waterpark for 2 hours from 5:30pm one evening which was a nice way to relax after a day at the theme park. I've read that it can get a little rowdier with groups of teens at night and the best time to visit with little ones is usually at 10am. Eurocampers receive discounted entry - 5.50 euro per person for 2 hours, 6.5 euro per person for 3 hours or 7.5 euros per person for access all day. Once you pay for entry, you can't leave Tiki Bad and return without having to pay again. There is an area upstairs where you can buy food or eat a picnic. Everyone needs to pay for entry, even spectators. There are a few rules you have to be aware of - on arrival you are given a ticket. Keep hold of this as it's used to let you out of the building. The lockers are also activated with your ticket (and free to use). If your children are under 120cm they will need to wear armbands, even if they can swim. If your children are over the age of 12, they can visit Tiki Bad without an adult.

TikiBad Area for childen under 1.2m tall - credit : Duinrell
Area for childen under 1.2m tall - credit : Duinrell 

We paid for 2 hours in Tiki Bad and this was nowhere near long enough. If I was to go again, I'd pay 7.5 euro each and probably spend all day here. The kids had an absolute blast going down the slides. There's a lazy river, wave pool, jacuzzi, swimming pool, area with slides for children under 120cm (or those who aren't keen on bigger slides) which was ideal for Jack - the slides weren't too babyish at all. For older children, there are lots of thrilling slides to try and the queues weren't too bad at all. We split up during our visit - I stayed on the smaller slides with Jack and Steve went off with the older two then once we were confident they were ok, Harry and Heidi tried a few slides by themselves as we braved the wave pool with Jack. There are lots of lifeguards about and the whole place feels super safe and clean. Tiki Bad was a real holiday highlight and you can't visit Duinrell and not go here.

Tiki Bad Waterpark Map - Credit : Duinrell
Tiki Bad Waterpark Map - Credit : Duinrell


There is also a new outdoor swimming area/slides due to open in July 2019. As far as I can see, guests staying on-site will be provided with free unlimited access to the outdoor pools. They look fab.

Part of the new outdoor waterpark due to open July 2019 - credit : Duinrell
Part of the new outdoor waterpark due to open July 2019 - credit : Duinrell 

Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Facilities On Site


As well as unlimited access to theme park and a waterpark, Duinrell has a whole host of activities going on. First up, there's the main Plaza where you'll find a decent grocery store and bakery, snack bar, 'La Place' restaurant and Duinrell Pub with games machines and ten pin bowling. The on-site shop is more expensive than the Jumbo supermarket in town but it had everything we needed for breakfast/snacks. We did not try 'La Place' and found the on-site snack bar to be a little chaotic/expensive too. Top tip - order family fries and they'll feed at least six. It's a huge portion. It wouldn't be my number one place to dine but you can't beat the convenience.

Duinrell Plaza
Duinrell Plaza 


Duinrell Snack Bar
Duinrell Snack Bar 


There are two huge play parks in the theme park which you have 24-hour access to as well as smaller play areas dotted about the site.

Duinrell Park
Duinrell Park 

Many children hired bikes/go-karts from the on-site bike hire shop. Cycling is big in the Netherlands and there are lots of places you can safely cycle to nearby (the beach/the Hague/Leiden etc....). Go Karts and bikes are not allowed on the theme park during opening hours (but you can cycle around the accommodation at this time) but after hours, kids can cycle/go-kart all over the theme park which looked like great fun. As we were driving, we took our own scooters which worked really well. Most children on-site had some sort of wheels. The kids loved scooting into town and around the park in the evening. Hire price examples for 2019 are as follows:

  • Small child's bike 6.75 euro per day / 33.75 euro per week 
  • Large child's bike 7.73 euro per day/ 38.75 euro per week 
  • Adult bike 10 euro per day / 50 euro per week 
  • Go-Kart 13.75 euro per day / 68.75 euro per week 

The parc also has it's own games room, table tennis, sports pitches and fitness trail. Absolutely loads to do! There's a laundrette if needed too.

Duinrell Games Machines in Pub
Duinrell Games Machines in Pub


I didn't have much interaction with reception during our stay but they seemed friendly enough. There's lots of travel information/bus timetables/taxi info and prices - they'll book a taxi for you if you ask.

I had a few questions re: accessibility during our stay and although I'm not an expert, access seemed pretty good. You can book adapted mobile homes through Eurocamp, there are disabled toilets on-site and most of the site is pretty flat/accessible:

Duinrell Accessibilty

Finally, one thing I noted about Duinrell was how dog-friendly it was. Up to two dogs per accommodation can stay on-site (in the Esprit, Vista or Tents). Once you've booked your Eurocamp accommodation online, simply give them a ring to add your dogs onto the booking. Dogs on a lead are allowed in the theme park during the day and many owners sat outside restaurants with their dogs in Wassenaar. You can find out more about travelling with your dog to Holland via DFDS Seaways here. 



Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Evening Entertainment


Evenings at Duinrell are very different to other holiday parcs we've stayed at in the past. Don't expect a main stage with big family shows, it's much more low-key but we actually liked that. There is an entertainment programme (which you can view here) which includes family bingo, gaming tournaments and fun with the parc mascot Ricky the Frog.

Duinrell Pub
Duinrell Pub 


For us, we liked to walk into town at around 6/7pm, enjoy dinner somewhere (with the obligatory ice cream from Lucianos afterwards) then on our return the kids would head back to the on-site playground with their scooters and play until the sunset as Steve and I sat on our decking with a glass of beer and a good book. It was bliss.

Heinekin Magnum from the Duinrell Store
Heinekin Magnum from the Duinrell Store

One evening we popped into the Duinrell Pub in the Plaza and I was really impressed. The pub is really modern and was buzzing with families playing arcade games/having a game of ten pin bowling. I loved the music they were playing (old school dance) and the booth style seating was perfect for us. Prices were much more expensive than enjoying a drink back at our mobile home (it was 5 euro a pint) but it was a great place to pop in for one or two drinks.

Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : The Town of Wassenaar


Walking into the town of Wassenaar from Duinrell is so easy. It's just across the road and a couple of minutes away. It's an absolutely gorgeous town and we visited every day for one reason or another. There are lovely independent shops, butchers, grocery stores, a big Jumbo supermarket and a huge cheese store.

Wassenaar Main Street
Wassenaar Main Street 

You're spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants in Wassenaar. Our favourite meal was in Pops American Diner - the staff and food were lovely and the fajitas I had here were just the best. There are a few takeaways dotted about too and one evening we ordered a few Dominos pizzas online to collect and enjoyed them by the canal which was a lovely, inexpensive way to spend an evening.

Fajitas from Pops American Diner in Wassenaar
Fajitas from Pops American Diner in Wassenaar 


Kids dessert from Pops American Diner in Wassenaar
Kids dessert from Pops American Diner in Wassenaar 

Pizza from Dominoes by the Canal in Wassenaar
Pizza from Dominoes by the Canal in Wassenaar



You can't visit Wassenaar without stopping by Lucianos - this ice cream parlour is award-winning and serves 50+ flavours of delicious ice cream. It's an absolute steal at 1.10 euros for a sugar cone too. We'd always skip dessert and head to Lucianos instead (they're open until 10pm). If you fancy a coffee, their espressos are also sold with a complimentary mini ice cream which is cute. There's a little play area next to the outdoor seating and often live music playing outside the restaurant across the road too. Such a fab place! We loved it. You can check out our other recommended places to eat in and around Duinrell over on Steve's blog here. 

Ice Cream from Lucianos
Ice Cream from Lucianos 


Espresso from Lucianos
Espresso from Lucianos 


Wassenaar has it's own canal (you can hire boats if you book in advance), it's own windmill (if you'd like to visit it's open Saturdays 12-3pm) and post office and cash machines too. We didn't visit but there's a petting zoo in the town of Wassenaar too and entry is FREE. You can find out more over on their website here. 


Staying at Duinrell with Eurocamp : Day Trips


Duinrell is really well located for day trips around Holland and the Netherlands. If you have your car, driving and parking is usually much more economical (public transport can be a little on the expensive side) but if you don't have a car,  there's a bus stop inside of Duinrell and a bus takes you to the Hague from here (where you can connect with other places) or you can take a bus from Wassenaar straight to Leiden. Ideas for day trips include:
  • Amsterdam Zoo/Canal Your/Ripley's Believe It Or Not/Madame Tussauds/Anne Frank Museum/Science Museum (park & ride from the Olympic Stadium is recommended) 
  • The Hague 
  • Maduradam Museum at The Hague 
  • Zip Wire, Big Wheel and SeaLife Centre at Scheveningen 
  • Zaanse Schans (for clogs and windmills) 
  • The Efteling Theme Park 
  • Beekes Bergen Safari Park 
  • Rotterdam Zoo 
  • Keukenhof Gardens 
  • Leiden 
Personally, I would highly recommend you plan one or two day trips into your itinerary otherwise cabin fever can set in. It's such a lovely area and worth exploring. We were going to visit The Hague and Scheveningen which are only around a 20-minute drive from Duinrell but during our trip a yacht festival was taking place and I read that it was sometimes difficult to get parked at the beach during busy periods so we switched to Leiden instead.

Leiden windmil
Leiden windmil


Leiden Canal 

Lunch at Leiden Market
Lunch at Leiden Market 

 Leiden Market
 Leiden Market 


Leiden is an absolutely gorgeous University City. It's very much like a smaller/less commercialised Amsterdam. Expect canals, a windmill museum and very picturesque architecture. There's a market on Wednesdays and Sundays and it was a brilliant place to pick up some foodie treats and lunch. Leiden is only a 20-minute drive from Duinrell, it's easy to get parked (4 euro for a few hours) and everything is so cheap. You can take canal boat trips here too.


Efteling
Efteling 

We also visited Efteling which was around a 1 hour 20 minute drive from Duinrell - there will be more info on our visit to Efteling soon.


Duinrell with Eurocamp - Hints and Tips 


  • We spent around £500 during our 6 night stay at Duinrell. This includes money we spent during the ferry crossing, all food, small souveniers, water park entry, our trip to Leiden, snacks and drinks. We dined out every evening except one (when we had a BBQ) and most lunchtimes (at moderate/budget restaurants) and bought snacks from the onsite supermarket and Jumbo. Duinrell is one of those holidays where you could spend as much or little as you like and it would be brilliant if you're on a budget as there is plenty of free entertainment included and the Eurocamp mobile homes are brilliant for cooking family meals. 
  • Considering Duinrell is a theme park, we found our stay to still be fairly relaxing. The grounds are lovely and most of the accommodation is tucked away from all the action. 
  • Wassenaar and Leiden aren't very touristy - expect a lot of menus and signs to be in Dutch only. You soon pick it up or you can use google translate on your phone. We found every single person we encountered in the Netherlands to speak (and understand) perfect English so communication is not a problem at all. 
  • I'd read online beforehand that Visa cards weren't widely accepted in the Netherlands so we took cash only. However, Visa cards were accepted everywhere we visited and there were plenty of cashpoints too. Next time, I'd just take a little bit of cash and use my card as it's more convenient. 
  • Remember to take passport-style photos for your ID 
  • If you're looking to save money, I'd recommend taking your own bed linen, basic store cupboard items (salt/pepper/sauces/a few tins of hot dogs etc...) and children's bikes/scooters
  • If you're looking for convenience, you can hire linen and towels and order a welcome pack of essentials from Eurocamp when you book (or add at a later date)
  • I'd recommend booking accommodation first and then waiting for a ferry deal
  • We LOVED our bumbags and they were perfect for going around the park and keeping our phone/money safe - there's a good selection in Primark at the moment 
  • The shortest queue times were first thing in the morning at 10am when you could walk onto any ride without a wait
  • Check local holidays before booking - we stayed during Ascension Day and the park was super busy on this day
  • If your children are under 120cm tall or can't/are weak swimmers, bring armbands with you or you'll have to buy them to enter the waterpark
  • High speed WiFi is available for one device for 24.50 euros. As long as data roaming is free in the Netherlands, it's usually much more economical to use your phone as a hot spot and buy more data from your usual provider if needed. We found our phone signal to be excellent everywhere. 
  • Book your Eurocamp accommodation early for the best prices and choice. 2020 holidays go on sale very soon 


We had such a lovely time at Duinrell with Eurocamp and it far exceeded my expectations. I'd highly recommend as a family holiday for families with children of all ages who fancy a break from a traditional beach holiday in France or Spain. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer.

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  1. This is such a brilliant round up Sam and I loved following your trip. As you know we have fallen in love with The Netherlands, and it's good to see that Duinrell can be reached fairly easily by public transport, as we don't drive abroad. I can't believe how little you spent for a family of five, no wonder you are planning a return visit x

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    1. I know right! It was such a great trip and I'm glad we got to see beyond Amsterdam x

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  2. Sounds Brilliant can't wait till July 27th

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  3. Thanks very much we're going in September you're a truly brilliant reviewer thanks a lot

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