Purple heather populated with Highland cattle, forests, stream valleys, sand drifts and broad vistas. Drenthe’s National Parks are intimate and yet offer plenty of room along with peace and quiet. They’re still frequented by shepherds and their sheep and feature prehistoric hunebeds and cart tracks. Explore Drenthe and visit its National Parks: Dwingelderveld, the Drents-Friese Wold, and the Drentsche Aa.
500 meters from Hollidaypark LandClub Ruinen is the beautiful and National park Dwingelderveld. A good starting point for many activities.
You are quite likely to run into shepherds and their sheep in this National Park — it’s a beautiful sight to behold.
One of the largest areas of natural beauty in the Netherlands is the Drents-Friese Wold National Park.
Don’t forget to visit Giethoorn and the National Park Wiedden Weerribben. Great for cycling & Hiking.