Camping Weideblik in Helvoirt offers a perfectly situated campsite and wonderfully modern holiday homes — perfect for families with young children and over-45s looking for some peace and tranquillity. The well-organised site, with plenty for the children — including go-karts, bicycles and tractors in the centre — is perfect for families with children. ‘Pleasant and so focused on the children,’ according to one regular guest. If you’re looking for a little more calm, the area to the rear of the site offers quiet pitches right next to one of Brabant’s most impressive nature reserves. ‘Just open the door and you're right there in the Loon and Drunen Dunes National Park.’
Come and discover why Camping Weideblik is so much more than just a great family campsite, awarded a Gouden Zoover award. The holiday home was also awarded the Natuurhuisje Award in 2018.
Welcoming and sustainable
‘Having decking just in front of your tent, motorhome or caravan — that’s service! Excellent, clean, heated sanitary facilities, plenty of reading material, hiking and cycling routes, lots of sights nearby, a friendly approach — in short, they make you feel extremely welcome!’ Camping Weideblik’s guestbook is brimming with enthusiasm. Just make sure that your children don’t try to sneak any of the meadow animals into their suitcase: ‘We had a family weekend away and our young children loved playing on the campsite and spending hours cuddling the guinea pigs. They wanted to adopt them!’
The ACSI and ANWB-certified campsite is well situated next to the Loon and Drunen Dunes National Park and Efteling on the other side of the ‘Brabant Sahara’. What’s more, Helvoirt is rather conveniently located between Tilburg and ’s-Hertogenbosch, so you can combine your stay with a visit to two of Brabant’s great cities. The Beekse Bergen safari park is also no more than a quarter of an hour’s drive. Or, why not make Helvoirt your starting point on the Vincent van Gogh hiking route and discover the beautiful Brabant landscape that inspired one of the Netherlands’ greatest artists?