The Hoge Veluwe

Explore the most beautiful nature reserve in the Netherlands, walking or cycling. The Hoge Veluwe is on your doorstep when you stay at Park Berkenrhode. A feast of nature and culture.

De Hoge Veluwe national park

This fantastic nature reserve is practically adjacent to Park Berkenrhode. The back garden of our park consists of 5400 hectares of forest, heaths, fens and drifting sand dunes.

The Hoge Veluwe national park, Kröller-Müller Museum, sculpture garden and Sint Hubertus hunting lodge form a unique and internationally famous combination of nature, art and architecture.

Discover the national park


Combine culture and nature. Visit this museum of modern art. The collection of paintings and drawings by Vincent van Gogh in particular is world famous. The Kröller-Müller Museum is situated in a magnificent location in De Hoge Veluwe national park.

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The Big Five of the Hoge Veluwe

Wildlife spotting in the Netherlands? No problem, in our back garden. You can spot them all if you have the patience. The Red Deer is the largest of the five. Male deer make a bellowing sound during mating season. This is known as roaring. A spectacle that is not to be missed. The Big Five are complemented by the wild boar, the roe deer, the badger and the fox. We challenge you. If you spot the complete Big Five, we will treat you to a weekend at Park Berkenrhode.

Ginkelse Heide

Ginkelse Heide

Heaths interspersed with woodland. The Airborne landings that were part of Operation Market Garden took place on the Ginkelse Heide on 18 September 1944.

Wekeromse Zand

Wekeromse Zand

Sand dunes and forest covering an area larger than 500 hectares. Active drifting sand dunes are now very rare in North West Europe, but they can be found at the Wekeromse Zand.

Roekelse Bos

Roekelse Bos

A large, mainly wooded, nature reserve, with a mixture of coniferous and broad-leaved trees. Park Berkenrhode is located in the Roekelse Bos, part of which is suitable for dog-walking.