Relax on a farm in the middle of the Alblasserwaard polder
About this campspace #s003916
Camping with a view of the pollard willows with cows rumbling in the background, a curious cat stroking your legs, watching the sun set behind the mill, fog over the meadows. If you recover from that, you are more than welcome here!
If you are more enterprising, you can canoe in the Graaf or the river Giessen, cycle to the windmills of Kinderdijk, sail in the Biesbosch, walk to a tea garden, gaze over the many ditches, visit a thrift shop, it is possible here. If you still want to sniff some culture, visit the fortified town of Gorinchem or old Dordrecht or cross the waterbus to Loevestein Castle.
Your tent is on a dairy farm, but hidden behind a barn will not bother you that much.
There is a shower / toilet that only others can use during the day because there is also a workplace rental. You are the only camper. There is a sink in the shed with hot and cold water where you can do the dishes or sit for a while when it rains very hard.
- Passenger Cars
Available yes or no
- Drinking water
- Pets allowed
- Campfire possible
- Picnic table
- Gas (stove) / BBW
- RV Sanitation
- RV Hookup
- Hot water
Things to do in the area
- Canoeing / Kayaking
- eat an ice cream on the Vuilendam
- watch the sunset from under the chestnut tree
Meet wilma, your host
Camping on the dairy farm of the hospitable Wilma and Arie in the company of their herd of cows (& cats) is simply fantastic. Wake up to the sound of birds, enjoy the relaxed farm life and see the cloud landscape above the polder change every hour.
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We really had a great night with Arie and Wilma. The reception was really good, the facilities were also very good, actually better than we expected. A very luxurious large shower with a toilet. Enough space to set up the tent. Cows came by on Saturday, all-in-all it was super good. And there are also many sights around, you can eat ice cream and the supermarket is also close by. We had a nice bike ride. I actually have no points for improvement.
We had a wonderful time camping with Arie and Wilma. The hosts are very friendly and received us warmly. The place was very beautiful with an even nicer view. We will definitely come back again.
We had an amazing time at this Campspace. There only being one spot means you have your own private bathroom and a lot of peace and quiet in the middle of a beautiful landscape. The host and her husband were incredibly nice and easy-going. They showed us around, introduced us to their cows, and really took their time to talk with us. It is a place with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. I would love to visit again!
Camping on the farmland of Wilma and Arie is a serene experience. The hosts are very welcoming and would love to show you their cows (and cats!). There is only place for one tent, meaning you will be their only guests with clean, private facilities.
In case you have a kayak: take it with you! We peddled all the way to a 'thee tuin' nearby and had a blast in the sun. Don't forget to enjoy some ice cream in the village and watch astonishing sunsets. Will be visiting again!
On a Friday evening after work, we cycled with our camping gear from Rotterdam to the farm in Molenaarsgraaf through the scenic polder landscape. We were received at the farm by Arie, who showed us around. Later in the evening, we also met Wilma. Both hosts were very welcoming and friendly. We pitched our tent behind one of the barns in a protected spot with a nice view over the fields and with a hedgehog keeping us company in the bushes. We watched the sunset from the two beach chairs that Wilma had put in the strategic spot for catching the last rays. We used the toilet and shower in one of the barns. These facilities were very clean. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at this farm.
Our experience was very positive. Nice people, beautiful farm, good and clean facilities, nice view. 10 out of 10 for me and my girlfriend. Cheers
You can check in and out in consultation. If other campers come on your departure day, we have to coordinate those times. This is because it concerns 1 camping spot.
No dogs allowed.
Rest after 11 pm.
You spend the night at a farm, so work is done there from around 7 in the morning. For your and our safety; Don't just walk in everywhere, but ask for a tour if you find it interesting. We would like to show you around.
Checking in and out
Check-out between: 10:00 am ‐ 1:00 pm