The Hoge Kempen National Park in the Belgian province of Limburg is a stunning nature reserve. Experience the best camping Hoge Kempen has to offer!
The Hoge Kempen National Park in the Belgian province of Limburg is a 12,000 hectare nature reserve comprised of protected forest and heathland. The area stretches across the municipalities of Maasmechelen, As, Bilzen, Dilsen, Maaseik, Oudsbergen, Stokkem, Genk, Lanaken and Zutendaal.
The landscape includes flowery heathland, impressive forests of pine trees and hilly terrain that is perfect for hiking. In fact, the national park hosts an annual hiking festival where organised hiking trips take place.
There is a good deal of history behind the landscape of the Hoge Kempen. Farming and cattle grazing has greatly influenced the structure of the heathland and the mining industry is to thank for the stone hills that give Hoge Kempen its unique terrain.
Camping in and around Hoge Kempen
Stay in a cosy tiny house on the edge of the Hoge Kempen forest or a fully equipped stealth campervan near Lanaken to truly experience the beauty of the Maasland area. Travelling in your own motorhome or campervan? Drive down to De Krieckaert in Gellik Lanaken to live off-grid surrounded by wildlife, horses and a swimming lake!
Up to 95% CO2 reduction if you book a campspace adventure. Learn more