Sanitation during the coronavirus

Date: Monday April 6 (we update this blog with developments)

Check here what the corona measures are in your country.

Campsites and camping companies within the Netherlands may remain open under strict conditions. In the event of insufficient measures, mayors are authorized to close a camping / camping company. Many campsites and camping companies are obliged to close common areas and sanitary facilities. These are potentially risky places where the coronavirus can be transmitted. To see if your plumbing meets our guidelines, we would like to go through a number of questions and possible solutions with you. We have prepared these guidelines for your own safety and that of your guests.

Important: for the questions below, we assume that you have a separate sanitary facility for each travel group. Example: if you receive two separate families, you must facilitate two separate sanitary facilities.


Question 1: Do you have an outdoor toilet that only your guests use?

Yes → You are Campspace proof. We advise you to check and strictly observe our cleaning guidelines. It is good to clearly state in your description that your guests have their own toilet.
No → Go to question 2

Question 2: Do you have a separate toilet for your guests at home?
Yes → You are Campspace proof. We advise you to check and strictly observe our cleaning guidelines. It is good to clearly state in your description that your guests have their own toilet.
No → Go to question 3

Question 3: Do you have space available on your land to facilitate an outdoor toilet? 

 Yes → We have listed a number of possible solutions for you. 

If it is not possible to organize a separate sanitary facility, we do not recommend renting out your Campspace. In a post-corona period you may be able to share sanitary facilities, but during this time we do not want to take any risks.

Water and shower facilities can be facilitated in a number of simple ways. We are happy to tell you more about it. 

Return to the Campspace Information Center COVID-19.