1 Camping De Roos In Print and Picture 2015
2 Hoogeveen Hardenberg N34 the river Vecht N48 N36 Zwolle N340 Vilsteren Ommen R103 Beerze Mariënberg N348 N347 Almelo Raalte Hellendoorn
3 3 Dear reader, The purpose of this booklet is to tell you a little about Camping De Roos and the surrounding area. The campsite is situated in a region of outstanding natural beauty, and you will be able to enjoy your holiday in an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity. The campsite s landscape is a so called river dune landscape - a rarity in Western Europe - formed in the last ice age by sands drifts from dried-up river beds. Typical of the vegetation in this rolling countryside are the oak, blackthorn, hawthorn, spindle tree and dog rose, as well as the lily of the valley, Solomon s seal, speedwell and harebell, which thrive here. You may also spot or hear birds such as the green finch, golden oriole, nuthatch, woodpecker, bullfinch and kingfisher in this ornithological paradise. In addition, the campsite has a flourishing population of hare and rabbits and if you walk into the woods opposite the campsite in the early morning, you stand a good chance of glimpsing some roe-deer. Our policy is aimed at taking care to preserve our beautiful natural surroundings and the distinctive character of the campsite so that they come fully into their own. We hope that you will share our feeling of responsibility towards the preservation of nature and tranquillity, because your co-operation is vital. Finally, we would like to wish you a wonderful, refreshing holiday! Jan en Lucie de Roos Lesley Ningbers Campsite open from 11 April until 28 September Six chalets for rent from 11 April until 3 October Two chalets for rent during the whole year Camping De Roos is a family campsite; youngsters are not allowed in on their own
4 4 Campsite amenities Reception Opening hours April and 1 28 September and May 9 July and August and July 15 August Campsite shop is open daily from 1 May until 29 August. The shop sells a wide range of health food products and some non-food articles. Also oven warm pizza s and vegetable pies. The opening hours are posted at the shop. Tel Tearoom with Kiosk and terrace on the tributary of the river Vecht. There is a collection of reading material and a good selection of games are available for use. There is also a children s playhouse. The kiosk sells refreshments and snacks. Open daily from 2 10 May and 4 July 30 August. In the period 11 May 3 July: weekends only. Daily opening hours vary. The tearoom is open every day from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. Bicycle hire during reception opening hours. Please pick up the bicycle(s) before 3 p.m. Rent: 7.40 per day. Children s bicycles: from 3.50 to 5.50 per day. Child s saddles: 1.50 per day (child s saddles only with bikes). Children s tandems: 16 per day. Launderette situated in the black shed (to the right of the campsite shop). Tokens are available at reception. Washing tokens 4.50 including washing powder, drying costs Use of the spinner and iron is free of charge. Swimming facilities There is a children s pool and beach on the tributary of the river Vecht. You can also swim in the river itself, where we have placed landing stages with steps.
5 Watch out for the submerged rocks on the banks, though. They are covered with mussels that have very sharp-edged shells. Do not walk on these rocks barefooted. The water in the tributary has been approved for swimming. Note, however, that swimming water is not drinking water. Swimming is at your own risk. 5 A number of small playgrounds, a play castle and a kite flying field Heated sanitary facilities The campsite contains four sanitary buildings, two of them are heated. They contain spacious showers, a toddlers shower and baby bath, but also washing cabinets and a washing-up area. All with free hot water. Volleyball court, football pitch, basketball court In high season every Wednesday afternoon football matches are organised for children. Boules ground at the end of the car park. You can borrow boules balls at reception. Table tennis in the building to the left of the campsite shop. Bring your own bats and balls or buy them at reception. Table football in the summer-house near the children s pool (free of charge). Bottled gas 5 kg bottles and Campingaz tanks are available at reception, along with the necessary accessories. Telephone box and 2 Internet units in the black shed. Costs internet access: 1 for 15 minutes. WiFi There is a free WiFi Hotspot in the tearoom (available from 9 a.m. til noon). Post box The post is collected once a day (except on Sunday and Monday). Pigeonholes in the black shed. Tourist information Various folders are available at reception. Guests can also borrow a variety of nature guides. Notice board in the black shed. The entertainment program is posted at the door. Lost and found If you find anything, please hand it in at reception. If you lose anything, look in the lost property box in the black shed. First Aid post at reception. There is a Defibrillator in the black shed. Cooling elements The campsite also hires out frozen cooling elements. Cost: 0.30 per frozen element. You pay a deposit of 2 per cooling element. During high season, cooling elements can be collected from the square near the entrance twice a day: a.m. and p.m. In low season: via reception.
6 6 Amenities in the vicinity Ommen Doctor Doctor GP practice Beerzerveld. Doctor Glas and doctor de Groot, van Alewijkstraat 17, tel Make an appointment by telephone first. Please call between 8.00 and a.m. During weekend and evening duties, please report to the GP regional facility in the hospital in Hardenberg, Jan Weitkamplaan 4a tel Chemist Carrouselplein 10, Ommen tel Dentist Renting & Rijnvis van Reeuwijkstraat 52, Ommen tel C. de Graaf, Carrouselplein 4, Ommen tel Dental practice Het Hoge Doel Hoge Doelen 1, Hardenberg, Emergency number Police, Fire brigade and Ambulance: Police Schurinkstraat 44, Ommen tel Motoring organisations Auto Veurink, Eskampweg 9, Ommen tel or ANWB, tel Taxi Regio-Taxi, tel Cheap rates on routes where there is no public tranport. Flag-down rate 2.61 plus 0.42 for each kilometer Public transport the campsite is not accessible by means of public transport. If you come by train, you can get out at Ommen and take a taxi Tourist Information Ommen, Kruisstraat 3 (Bruna) tel Hardenberg, Gedempte Haven 6 tel
7 Shopping Evening opening Ommen: Friday Hardenberg: Thursday Den Ham: Friday Zwolle: Thursday Market Ommen: Tuesday mornings Hardenberg: Monday mornings Dalfsen: Thursday mornings Zwolle: Friday mornings and Saturday Friday mornings also organic market Swimming pools De Marsch, Badhuisplein 1 Hardenberg, tel Entrance card with 50% reduction available at reception Olde Vechte, Zeesserweg 12a, Ommen tel Indoor swimming pools De Marsch, Badhuisplein 1, Hardenberg tel Entrance card with 50% reduction available at reception Carrousel, v. Reeuwijkstr. 5, Ommen tel Sauna Sauna & Beauty Ommen Stationsweg 29, tel Stables Laarbrug, Nieuwedijk 7 Ommen, tel De Hazelhorst, Ommerweg 74, Den Ham tel Covered wagon hire H. Soepenberg Vosseboerweg 10, Den Ham tel or Camping shop (also for caravan hire) Mohocar, Eskampweg 33, Ommen tel Kampeer & Outdoor Reiling, Loswal 2 Hardenberg, tel Restaurants (also serving vegetarian meals) Grand Café JIPP, Kerkplein 3, Ommen tel Brasserie Tante Pos, Markt 17, Ommen tel Pizzeria La Lanterna, Markt 13, Ommen tel Herberg De Klomp, Vilsterseweg 10, Vilsteren tel Bed & Breakfast De Vier Jaargetijden, Wolfskuil 27, Ommen tel Canoe hire Rederij Peters, Zwolseweg 8c Ommen, tel Also boat trips on the river Vecht
8 8 Camping rates 2015 Basic rate per pitch per night (arrival after midday, departure before midday) this includes: tent, caravan, camper or two small tents two persons (exclusive of tourist tax) parking space for car/motorcycle in the car park Basic rate for one person The following nightly rates apply to extras per person (over 3 years of age) 3.90 per person (up to 3 years of age) gratis small auxiliary tent (up to 4 m 2 ) 1.10 larger auxiliary tent (max. 1) 2.10 (please note: max. height 1.50 m) electricity 3.20 sewerage 1.00 car/motorcycle parked next to 3.40 the tent/caravan (only during the period in which this is permitted) trailer (a small trailer up to 1.5 m can stay at the tent/caravan, larger ones must be left in the car park) Rates for short-stay fields (per night) per person (over 3 years of age) 4.50 small tent (up to 4 m 2 ) 1.50 larger tent 3.00 Day rates per person (over 3 years of age) 1.80 car/motorcycle in the car park 0.70 Discount in the period 11 April - 1 May and 24 August - 28 September basic rate instead of extra persons over 3 years of age 3.20 instead of 3.90 Additional information tourist tax per person per night 1 at most 6 persons per pitch (regardless of age) if you have a pitch with sewerage, you are obliged to pay for the sewerage connection at most one large auxiliary tent or two small auxiliary tents per pitch an auxiliary tent has to be used as a sleeping tent and must not look like a family tent (maximum height 1.50 m). In case of a larger tent, please reserve an extra pitch. the maximum length for caravans (body) is 6.5 m; the maximum length for camper vans is 7.00 m extra car (in car park) 1.20 per night departure after midday is possible in consultation you can pay using your V-PAY, MAESTRO and VISACARD
9 Camping packages Ascension package 122 (without electricity) 134 (including electricity) May (6.00 p.m.) 4 persons car in the car park Whitsuntide package 104 (without electricity) 114 (including electricity) May 4 persons car in the car park Spring package 585 (car in the car park) 665 (car next to caravan/tent except from May, than it is obliged to park the car in the car park) 11 April - 3 July 2 persons extra person over 3 years of age: 50 second auxiliary tent: 20 second car (P): 20 including electricity June package 299 (car in the car park) 350 (car next to caravan/tent) 1 June - 3 July 2 persons extra person over 3 years of age: 20 including electricity End of Summer package 240 (car in the car park) 280 (car next to caravan/tent) 24 August - 28 September 2 persons extra person over 3 years of age: 20 second auxiliary tent: 10 second car (P): 7.50 including electricity September week 95 (car in the car park) 105 (car next to caravan/tent) 7 consecutive nights in the period 24 August - 28 September 2 persons extra person over 3 years of age: 10 including electricity Additional information Reservations for packages must be made in advance (on the day of arrival at the latest) The Ascension and Whitsuntide weekends can only be reserved as packages The price for the entire package must be paid within 8 days after making the reservation Package deals are only valid for persons who reserved in advance (persons are not interchangeable) At most 6 persons per package (regardless of age) Packages include: - tourist tax - sewerage (if present) - one small auxiliary tent
10 10 Make a reservation Late arrival, early departure You can reserve your favourite pitch per day for a surcharge of 5 Changing your reservation is subject to a surcharge of 2.50 Advance payment 7.50 for each day reserved, to be paid within 8 days of making the reservation For packages, we ask for full payment within 8 days of your reservation Cancellation costs If you cancel your reservation up to 3 months prior to the scheduled date of arrival, you will receive a refund of 75% of the advance payment you made, minus 7.50 administrative costs If you cancel your reservation up to 2 months prior to the scheduled date of arrival, you will receive a refund of 50% of the advance payment you made, minus 7.50 administrative costs If you cancel your reservation up to 1 month prior to the scheduled date of arrival, you will receive a refund of 25% of the advance payment you made, minus 7.50 administrative costs If you cancel your reservation within 1 month of the scheduled date of arrival, the advance payment you made will not be refunded Cancellation costs package deals: see the general provisions on our website In the event that you arrive later and/or leave earlier than the period of your reservation, you will be charged the basic rate. However, you will be given the opportunity to use these days later in the season. You will receive a voucher for the unused days, which will serve as the basis for a settlement pro rata to the number of days used later. This voucher will still be valid in 2016, but one day will be deducted. These voucher-regulations do not apply to package deals. Please note: the voucher is person-related and can not be exchanged for money. A car-free campsite 13/5 (12.00 noon) - 26/5 (12.00 noon) 3/7 (12.00 noon) - 24/8 (12.00 noon) During these periods, motor vehicles are not permitted on the campsite, which means that everyone is obliged to park in the car park You may only use your car at the campsite upon arrival and departure On the day of arrival, you must return your car/motorcycle to the car park within four hours after arrival On the day of departure, first collect your exit card from reception You will then have four hours to leave the campsite During car-free periods, only camper vans registered as such are allowed on the campsite. The camper vans must remain on their pitch throughout their stay
11 Natural Campsite Arrival after reception is closed 11 One section of Camping De Roos (pitches 254 up to 276) is an officially recognised Natural Campsite. This means that the general rules of the Natural Campsites Foundation do apply here: A Natural Campsites card must be present per pitch (these are for sale at reception for 11) No cars/motorbikes are allowed throughout the season (except on arrival and departure) The maximum stay is 28 days Your tent/caravan cannot be left uninhabited overnight If you arrive after closing time, please ring the bell at reception. If someone is present, we will gladly assist you. We are set up for this on Fridays. If no one is available (and if you arrive after 9 p.m.), you can find a place to stay overnight in the car park and sign in the following day. Unoccupied tent or caravan The rate of an unoccupied tent or caravan varies during the season The short-stay fields The two short-stay fields are exclusively intended for hikers and bikers If you come by car you are not permitted to use the short-stay fields There is always room for walkers and cyclists and no need for them to book in advance 11 April - 1 May E May E May Ascension package May E May Whitsuntide package 26 May - 3 July E July - 24 Aug. E Aug Sept. E 3.50
12 12 Rates chalets 2015 Per week in period Category A Category B Category C 4 Jan March March - 3 April April (Easter weekend) April (Tue - Sat) April April - 2 May May May (Sat - Wed) May (Ascension weekend) May (Mon - Fri) May (Whitsuntide weekend) May (Tue - Sat) May - 13 June June June - 4 July July Juli - 22 Aug Aug Aug Sept Sept. - 3 Oct
13 Additional charges Cleaning charges A= 35 B= 40 C= Tourist tax 7 per person, per week Gas expenditure 0.50 per m 3 Administrative charges 5 per reservation Sundry 1 Children s bed, highchair and playpen can be added to the chalet furniture if required. Please let us know in advance. Charges: 8 per item per week (or per part of a week). 2 You can hire bed linen from us at the rate of 8 per set of sheets. Please let us know in advance. 3 Please bring your ow n bath towels, tea towels and bed linen for children s cots as these items cannot be hired. 4 Half the rental price should be paid within eight days of reserving the chalet. The remaining half must be paid on arrival. 5 One person at most is permitted over occupying the chalet in excess of the number of persons for which the bungalow is furnished. Costs: 3.90 per person (over 3 years of age) per night. 6 The parking fee for more than one car or motorcycle in the car park is 0.70 a day or 1.20 a night. House rules for chalet occupants 1 The chalets can be occupied from 2.30 p.m. onward and must be vacated before a.m. on the day of departure. 2 Dogs are not allowed in the chalets. 3 In the periods May and 3 July - 24 Aug. you are obliged to park your car or motorcycle in the car park. Outside those periods, you may park a maximum of one car at the bungalow. 4 Please make sure that beds slept in by small children are protected with a plastic sheet (available at reception). 5 The duvets are exclusively intended for use on the beds. 6 Furniture may not be used outside. 7 The chalets are non smoking: it is not allowed to smoke inside. 8 You must use plastic liners in the waste bin. You can deposit full rubbish bags in the container in the car park. 9 If something breaks or is no longer in good condition, please report this to reception. 10 It is not allowed to attach washing lines to trees or bushes. This also applies to hammocks. 11 PIease leave the bungalow tidy at the end of your stay. We will take care of the cleaning but would you please not leave any washing-up, empty the rubbish and return any hired bed linen to reception before you leave. 12 Please unplug the refrigerator when you leave. You may leave on the pilot lights of the heater. 13 Payment for the use of gas and for any items missing from the inventory should be made on departure.
14 14 General rules of conduct 1 On arrival, you should report to reception, where you are required to register. You can select your own pitch, provided it is not reserved. Ask at reception about this. When the number of people or anything else changes please inform us on the day of the change. 2 You must position your caravan or tent in such a way that the middle of your caravan or tent is opposite the pitch number post. Distance to post (in depth): max. 2 metres. Extra tents to the left and/or right of tent/caravan. 3 A small trailer up to 1.5 m² can stay at the tent, larger ones must be left in the car park. 4 Dogs are never allowed on the campsite, cats must be kept on a leash. 5 Mopeds and scooters are not permitted to enter the site, and must be placed in the appro priate sheds at the car park. 6 Please drive slowly (5 km/hr) on the campsite. No children behind the wheel! 7 During the periods May and 3 July - 24 August it is compulsory to park cars and motorcycles in the car park. Loading or unloading at the pitch is only permitted on the day of arrival/departure. 8 From p.m. to 8.00 a.m. you are asked not to drive/ride your car/motorcycle on the campsite. 9 If you receive guests during the day, you must ensure that they: possess a valid admission ticket leave before p.m. also observe the rules If your guests arrive while the reception is closed, they will still be required to pay on departure, or you can pay for them. If you have guests for a longer period, they must register at reception on arrival. 10 Attaching washing lines to trees or bushes is not permitted as they can be a blot on the landscape. Do not hang up flags or attach tent canopies to trees or bushes. 11 Children under the age of 6 may not use the sanitary facilities unaccompanied. It is not permitted to smoke in the sanitary buildings. 12 Young people must return to their parents tent/caravan by p.m. at the latest. Parents have to make sure this occurs. 13 You can borrow a rubbish bin from us. These can be found under the lean-to to the right of the black shed. Please use a bin liner and return the bin to us clean upon your departure. 14 Chemical toilets and all other toilet receptacles must be emptied in the appropriate disposal facility (see plan), not in the toilets in the sanitary buildings.
15 15 Pour used water, e.g. dishwater, into the drain of a tap, sanitary building or toilet receptacle disposal facility. Do not dig holes next to your tent/caravan. 16 Keep the campsite clean. Make sure there is no chance of litter. Deposit waste at the specially designated places: domestic waste in the large container organic waste on the compost heap glass in the bottle bank metal in the metal container paper and cardboard in the paper container plastic in the plastic container spent batteries in the black shed household chemical waste in the black shed 17 Make sure the electrical fittings in the caravan/tent comply with the safety requirements. A three-core flex and Euro plug (CEE standard) are obligatory. You have the use of 6 Amps (= 1320 watts), bear in mind the wattage of the equipment you use. 18 Only small inflatable boats are permitted on the tributary of the river Vecht. Canoeing is only allowed on the river Vecht. Please note! Out on a motorboat on the river Vecht max. 9 km/hr. 19 Party tents are not permitted and may not be used as an awning or tent extension. Army tents, marquees or other large tents unless specifically used for camping purposes are also not allowed. 22 It is not allowed to play with water balloons at the campsite. 23 It is prohibited: to light (camp)fires, either open or in fire baskets or pots to dig holes to drive posts in the ground to tie hammocks to trees to climb trees to loiter in the bushes to clip trees or bushes to fly acrobatic kites 24 You may only set up a satellite dish on your own pitch. 25 No trading activities are permitted, including putting your tent or caravan up for sale during your stay on the campsite. 26 Leave your pitch clean and in good condition. If torrential rain makes it absolutely necessary to dig a ditch around your tent, fill it in before you leave. 27 Take account of the opening hours of reception. Pay on time. It is not possible to exchange gas bottles after closing time. 28 If you break any of the above rules or spoil the good atmos phere on the campsite by disruptive behaviour, the campsite owner is entitled to deny you further access to the site. 29 The campsite-owner accepts no liability whatsoever for the consequences of personal injury or material damage having occurred during the stay at the campsite. 7 The seven basic rules Respect the place and quiet Give yourself and your fellow campers the chance to enjoy some peace and quiet. Radio and TV may not be used within earshot of others Do not take liberties with nature Respect flowers and (water) plants. Do not pick them Respect other people s property Avoid causing damage to the campsite, buildings and property of your fellow campers Drive at walkink pace Drive as slowly as possible on the campsite. Think of the children Be careful with fire You are urgently requested to exercise the utmost caution with fire. Any kind of open fire is prohibited Fishing is possible on the campsite in the river Vecht and in its tributary river. Anglers aged 14 and over need a fishing permit. Do not waste water Do not let taps run unnecessarily. Use water moderately and consciously 21 It is allowed to barbecue, but we ask you to be careful! The barbecue grill must be free from the ground in order to prevent scorch marks. It is possible to borrow tiles at reception. It s not allowed to make a fire in the barbecue grill. Show a little consideration Keep the campsite and the sanitary buildings clean! Leave your pitch in good condition when you depart
16 16 W N Z O Out and about... Castle Het Nijenhuis Explore the beautiful nature reserves that make the Vecht Valley so special. We have prepared some wonderful cycle and walking routes that give you ample opportunity to discover this scenic area. Available at reception. Enjoyable children s bicycle route (19 km) trough the woods in Ommen direction. On the way you will pass organic dairy farm De Meulenhorst, Castle Eerde, playground De Nieuwe Brug and the Nature Informa tion Centre. A nice walk: the Beerze path Beginning opposite from the campsite, and marked along the way by poles, the Beerze path offers a walk of ± 11 km through varying woodlands and the old village of Beerze. This route is indicated on the hiking routes network map (the purple route). Also available at reception is the map with the convenient cycling network: 1200 km cycling routes throughout the Vecht valley; at every junction you can choose for another route ( 5.95). We also have a very useful map with the extensive network of hiking routes in the Vecht valley ( 2.95). On this map every junction has a unique number so you can wander endlessly without losing the way. Several routes pass through the campsite, for example the white-blue Vecht valley walking path. How about a canoe trip to experience the Vecht valley from the water? A van will be waiting near the Vecht bridge in Ommen to take you to the starting point of the trip. From then on it is up to you to canoe back to Ommen at you own pace, taking in the beautiful scenery as you do so. Information can be obtained from Rederij Peters, tel
17 Deventer (almost) every Sunday and Wednesday afternoon (2 4 p.m.): playing on the Village Green. Children s entertainment in the centre at the Brink. Free loan of traditional and modern Dutch toys. Info: tel Beerze Castle Het Nijenhuis a perfect spot to recharge your battery. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the place, the beautiful landscape, the impressive castle, the magnificent gardens, and the art exhibited there, both ancient and contemporary. Castle Het Nijenhuis lies on the road from Heino to Wijhe. A brochure can be obtained from reception. The Wolf trail is an adventure walk for children (approx. 2.5 km) in the woods near Stegeren with all kinds of games along the way. A rucksack containing a description of the trail, assignments and a magic sweet that will (temporarily) turn you into a wolf is available at the start of the trail: restaurant De Bootsman (closed on Mondays), Coevorderweg 19, Stegeren-Ommen. Cost The Lemelerberg and the Archemerberg An interesting forest and moor area (850 hectares) with lateral moraines that emerged during ice age about 150,000 years ago. Serveral marked walks start at the Lemeler berg café on the Kerkweg, including the special childeren s route In the Lions footsteps. Maps are available at the café. There is a fun-filled natural playground near the restaurant. Dalfsen The cycle route around Dalfsen takes you through beautiful scenery including some magnificent landmarks such as Rech teren Castle, Mansion Den Berg, Mansion Den Aalhorst and De Horte country estate. This route is available at reception. Giethoorn Giethoorn tourists from across the globe visit this unique village: with its many waterways, little bridges and punts, it is also called Holland s Venice. Bert Haanstra s film Fanfare also made it famous.
18 18 A day out Antiquities room/folk culture Ommen Regional History Museum Den Oordt 7, Ommen tel Regional History Museum the Lime Kilns Oude Zuidwolderstraat 13 Dedemsvaart tel The Lime Kilns Hardenberg Antiquities Museum Voorstraat 34 Hardenberg tel Museum Farm Staphorst Gemeenteweg 67 Staphorst tel Staphorster Farm Waanders Muldersweg 4 Staphorst tel Museum Palthehof Westeinde 3 Nieuwleusen tel Regional History Museum Ommen Museum Farm Den Hof Kanaalweg oost 39a Bergentheim tel Open air museums Open air museum Ootmarsum Peat park, Berkenrode 4, Barger-Compascuum (Township Emmen), tel Open air museum Ellert en Brammert Tramstraat 73, Schoonoord, tel Open air museum Ootmarsum, Smithuisstraat 2, Ootmarsum, tel Living Museum Village Orvelte, tel Farm Kraesgenberg, Bookholtlaan 25, Losser, tel
19 Museums National Museum of Tin Figures Markt 1, Ommen tel Museum De Fundatie Castle Het Nijenhuis, t Nijenhuis 10 Heino/Wijhe tel Palace at the Blijmarkt Blijmarkt 20, Zwolle tel Zwolle City Museum Melkmarkt 41, Zwolle tel Van Gogh House Van Goghstraat 1 Veenoord/Nieuw Amsterdam tel Bakery Museum Het Warme Land Kerkhofstraat 13, Hattem tel Castles Steam Train Museum Steam Train Museum Stationstraat 3, Haaksbergen tel Toys and Tin Museum Brink 47, Deventer tel National Museum Twente Lasondersingel , Enschede tel Natura Docet Oldenzaalsestraat 39, Denekamp tel Salt Museum Langestraat 30, Delden tel De Oude Aarde Binnenpad 43, Giethoorn tel Sea Museum Miramar Vledderweg 25, Vledder tel Toys and Tin Museum Deventer 19 Castle Eerde, Kasteellaan 1, at the Hammerweg, Ommen Castle Rechteren, at the road Vilsteren-Dalfsen Castle Het Nijenhuis, at the road Heino-Wijhe tel Castle Twickel, Twickelerlaan 1, Ambt Delden Castle Singraven, Molendijk 37, Denekamp tel (can also be viewed inside) Castle Eerde
20 20 Megalithic monuments i.a. Emmen - Drouwen - Eext - Borger - Diever - Loon - Rolde - Steenbergen - Havelte Centre for Megalithic Monuments Bronnegerstraat 12, Borger tel Zoos Megalithic monument Papeloze Kerk Emmen Zoo Hoofdstraat 18, Emmen tel Apenheul J.C. Wilslaan 21, Park Berg & Bos Apeldoorn, tel Zoo Nordhorn (D) Heseper Weg 110, Nordhorn tel Emmen Zoo Gardens Gardens Mien Ruys Moerheimstraat 84, Dedemsvaart tel Waterflora Ada Hofman Westeindigerdijk 3 Loozen-Hardenberg tel The Priona Gardens Schuineslootweg 13 Schuinesloot-Slagharen The Herbal Farm Den Oosterhuis 10, Balkbrug tel Groeneveld Gallerie and Sculpture Park Groeneveldsweg 8, Almelo tel Statue garden Beelden in Gees Schaapveensweg 16, Gees tel Statue garden Beelden in Gees Gardens Mien Ruys