Aldörrum minicamping is a small, quiet site situated on the edge of De Peel in Southeast Brabant. The campsite is a delightful and attractively landscaped and there are magnificent views from all pitches looking onto nature reserve 'De Biezen'. After exploring the local area on food or by bike you can relax and unwind. You can put your bikes in a covered bike shelter with electric bicycles recharging points.
The campsite is open between April 1st (or Eastern if earlier) and October 31st.
Even in winter and spring it is possible to camp. Not all facilities are open. But you can take a hot shower in a private heated bathroom. Please contact us if you want to camp outside the standard period.
The camping field set in a fruit orchard, lies adjacent to the field where the horses graze and where you have a beautiful panorama. The pitches are generously spaced and have all electric hook up points (6 ampere).
The site is divided into four fields. Field 1 and 2 are located close to the amenity block, while field 3 is further away. The camping is car-free, so you and your fellow campers can enjoy your stay undisturbed. Behind the hedges on the side of the fields there is room to park the car. Thus, the car is never far away and always in sight. For campers on a walking or cycling holiday we always have a camping spot with a bench nearby.
There are no static holiday caravans. We cater for caravans, motor homes, trailer tents and tents. Don't you have any camping equipment? Take a look at our ready rentals or our luxury holiday cottages.
Aldörrum minicamping offers excellent sanitary facilities with clean toilets and showers. The easy chairs, the wood-burning stove and a typical Dutch reading table with upholstered seating make the common room a cosy and comfortable room. It is also possible to use (Wi-Fi) internet. In our reception we are too happy to help you on your way.
For motorhomes and campervans, there is a motorhome service point for drinking water supply and grey water disposal.
On our campsite there is several benches. So you don't need to carry around your garden chair to enjoy the views across the meadows or to chat with your fellow guests.
Well behaved dogs (in consultation) are welcome. They must be kept on their leads at all times and exercised off the site. Also, we assume that 'accidents' on the site be removed.