Camping de Vier Bannen lies in the midst of a highly attractive area with many streams, a nature reserve that consists of streams and woodland.
In Duiveland’s oldest and largest polder, diked in before 1300, lies campsite De Vier Bannen. The name, De Vier Bannen, is derived from the four domains: Capelle, Ouwerkerk, Nieuwerkerk and Botland. The campsite itself is situated in the middle of a delightful area with many streams, a nature reserve that consists of streams and woodland that came into existence during the flood disaster of 1953.
The campsite has 100 spacious, comfort pitches which are equipped with WiFi, water, sewer system and 4A to 16A electricity connections. A jumping cushion is available for the youngsters; plus a variety of recreational equipment and a ‘nature pathway’. Children can learn a lot about nature here, there are numerous nesting boxes and they can learn how to feed the birds.
Countryside is all that surrounds De Vier Bannen, both above ground and under water.
Next to the campsite lies the Netherlands’ largest National Park with its ponds, fish, and plants. Bird spotting is an absolute delight here, and not to forget Plan Tureluur where it simply swarms with birds.
At a walking distance from the campsite you will find the caissons that were used to repair the holes caused by the flood of 1953. Also nearby is the Watersnoodmuseum [Flood Disaster Museum]. Routes are signposted and excursions are organised.
A camping holiday at De Vier Bannen is more than worth it!