Site no: HL012
based on a customer satisfaction survey
Duinrell is a lively parc by a fabulous theme park and indoor tropical pool complex, ideal for families with older children.
Duinrell offers a family holiday out of the ordinary. Less than a mile from Wassenaar and two miles from a sandy beach, this parc has excellent facilities and is ideal for a long weekend break. Adjacent to a thrilling theme park*, you can experience rides such as Splash, the Water Spider, the twisting Frog Track roller-coasters and a brand new rollercoaster which opened in spring 2012! There is also the Tiki tropical waterpark, with some of the most impressive waterchutes in Europe, bound to impress everyone. Please note that there is a charge of €3.50 per person to enter the water park and you will also be required to show a passport photo.
The following facilities are available:
Additional Information: Childrens shower also
Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.
With two outdoor pools and a fabulous Tiki Pool, this parc offers a brilliant pool complex. There are eleven slides, waterfall features, a lazy river and a whirlpool to make this complex truly special.
Please note: Entrance to the Tiki Pool is €3.50 per person for 2 hours (discounted price – general public pay €14.50 per person for 2 hours). If this time is exceeded customers have to pay a €1 charge per hour extra per person. Children under 4 years of age are free. An entrance ticket with passport photo is required to access the pool (holidaymakers can either bring a photo or have them taken at Duinrell Plaza. Photo's from the machines cost €4.00)
Please note: Tiki Pool open 10am - 10pm except 2/11 and 3/11 when opening hours will be 10am till 8pm.
01/06/2013 - 01/09/2013
26/01/2013 - 04/11/2013
Large tropical indoor pool complex with many chutes.
Must be taller than 1.20m depending on chute
Depth: 0.40m - 1.40m
Depth: 0.00m - 1.80m
Depth: 0.15m - 0.30m
Regulations: T-shirts not allowed, Parental supervision required
We know that the essential ingredient to a relaxing holiday is the standard of accommodation. And with Keycamp you'll find the very best. Our variety of accommodation is of a very high standard, designed with comfort and style in mind and are fully-equipped with everything you need for a relaxed self-catering holiday.
Details of accommodation which can found on this parc is listed below. Use the search form to check availability of accommodation (with or without decking/air conditioning) for your chosen holiday dates.
New for 2013 - Pre-bookable hotspots are available to book on this parc, FREE of charge to pre-book all year! For more information on hotspot locations please view the sitemap above.
There are 1450 pitches on this site.
28/03/2013 - 02/11/2013
Shade: Some have some.
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The following activities are available:
Open 29/03/2013 - 03/11/2013
18 holes of fun and easy minigolf/crazy golf
Open 01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013
2 full size courts, Astroturf
Running circuit - including several exercises along the way. Duration of full course is 1.00 - 1.50 hour. Located close to Adventure Mountain and Toboggan Run
Keycamp kids' clubs do not operate on this parc, however there are activities which are organised by the parc themselves, which you can take advantage of whilst on holiday.
The following local attractions are available:
Holland has plenty to offer within easy reach. The flat, local countryside is ideal for walking and cycling. Visit Amsterdam during your stay or the largest miniature city in the world at Madurodam.
Discover sea-life at this magnificent underwater world. Creatures ranging from conger eels to sharks to octopus can all be viewed in large aquariums and from observation tunnels. Open all year.
A spectacular experience for old and young alike. Enjoy the thrill of the Dragonfly roller coaster, be sprayed on the Splash or try the breakneck toboggan-run and have a breathtaking adventure in the Mad Mill and many other exciting attractions. The very smallest guests will like the Fairy Tale Wonderland, the Locomotion train, the children’s shows and indoor playground Rick’s Fun Factory. Open 29/3/13 - 31/10/13.
The oldest zoo in Holland founded in 1838. Enjoy the gardens and winding paths, majestic trees, fascinating sculptures and monuments. Over 14 hectares of zoo and 700 animal species which provided an overview of the entire animal kingdom. There is also an aquarium, planetarium and museum. Open all year.
A visit to the Van Gogh museum is a unique experience. The museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Van Gogh in the world. The museum also holds an extensive offer of exhibitions on various subjects from the 19th Century. Guided tours are available. Open all year apart from 1st January.
Space Expo is Europe's first permanent space exhibition. See what it was like for the first men on the moon. Experience the simulated launch of an 'Ariane' rocket. Discover the world of satellites and find out all about astronauts. Open all year but not everyday.
Exhibition of the best and most beautiful flowers in the Netherlands. One of the most photographed sites in the world. Attracting more than half a million visitors each year. Open from mid March to mid May when the tulips are flowering.
The largest museum of art and history in the Netherlands. Features paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans, but also has dolls houses, silver and prints. Open all year but not 1st January.
The main thread running through the permanent exhibitions are the Romans with over 1000 objects. The presentations consist of objects, scale models, reconstructions, Film and interactive media. Other presentations include Greek history, medieval and Netherlands history plus many more. Open all year apart from some Bank Holidays.
Madame Tussaud's Waxwork Museum takes visitors on a journey through the realms of the famous and the powerful and allows one to relive the times that made the world talk about them. See all your favourite rock stars, movie stars, royals, artists, politicians and world leaders. Open all year apart from 30th April when it's the Queen's birthday.
The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display. Open all year.
Something unique has grown in the Netherlands: the world's first: a spectacular experience around the human body. Open all year.
Find out more about Holland
Group booking restrictions apply to Duinrell. Please call our Keycamp Group Co-ordinators on 0844 406 0327 for more details.
Please note: The parc will be hosting an annual volleyball tournament 6-9 June 2013, which is likely to cause some noise disturbance during this time.
Theme park will close on 31/10/2013. Between 28/10 and 31/10 inclusive, the theme park will be open from 10am till 4pm.
Dogs are allowed on this site. Must be kept on a leash. Maximum of 2. Dogs are allowed in : All accommodation types except Prestiges and Vistas.
This Parc has facilities for disabled people. Please contact our Customer Sales Staff for more information.
Take a look at some of the local recommendations for days out and activities our customers have shared with us following their holiday at Duinrell.
"Delft was very pleasant, ideal for a morning or afternoon visit. For eating, Legend chinese restaurant in Wassenaar was excellent."
S. Kent, West Midlands
"Rotterdam Zoo was brilliant and Scheveningen beach at Den Haag is beautiful! Leiden is also a lovely town and a boat trip while you're there is a must."
L. Moir, Tyne and Wear
"Delft was beautiful, and we enjoyed Leiden despite visiting in bad weather. The beach at Noordwijk is very good, and Gouda is definitely worth a visit, especially on market day."
K. Thomas, Clwyd
"Amsterdam, particularly Anne Frank's house is well worth a visit. Our children aged 6-11 really enjoyed Madurodam too. Kinderdijk isn't the easiest drive but worth it when you're there."
A. Cowdall, Shropshire
"We liked Wassenaar itself, as well as Amsterdam, the model village (Madurodam) and Den Haag beach."
M. Atkinson, Tyne and Wear
"We've been here several times, this time we went to see the fireworks at Scheveningen - this place is lovely and we always make time to visit. We also went to the space expo near Leiden. If you travel in April or May, definitely go to Keukenhof. The flowers blooming in the spring time are beautiful and there's plenty to keep the kids entertained too."
S. Clark, Staffordshire
"We had a great day trip to Amsterdam and would recommend the parc and ride facility - it's a cheap and easy way to get into the city. We also visited the beaches at Noordvijk and Katvijk which were lovely. The cycle hire and go-kart hire on the site were very popular with our children and the bikes were a great way to get to the local beach at Wassenaar which was also lovely."
M. Mustard, County Durham
"The day trip to Amsterdam which included a clog and cheese making factory, diamond centre and river cruise was the highlight off-parc, all for €35. Leiden was a lovely place to visit, which we did by bus. The town of Wassenaar was nice and had some good restaurants and decent supermarket called C1000. Would have liked to have explored more of the local area by bicycle."
M. Coles, Staffordshire
"We would definitely recommend a visit to Delft. We went on a Saturday, it's beautiful with a gorgeous canal and pretty walkways. We found a terrific market and there were lots of coffee shops. Leiden is another great place to visit and is good for shopping. Luciano's ice cream parlour in Wassenaar was a hit with the kids, had a great choice of flavours and a nice outdoor seating area where you can sit and people-watch. The C1000 supermarket in Wassenaar just a short walk away had a good choice of products and good value, as, too, was the pizza parlour in Wassenaar."
J. Rogers, East Sussex
"Madurodam is excellent and is a good stopping point after an overnight ferry journey. Wassenaar market on a Tuesday morning, just a 5 minute walk from the site, is very good value for fruit and veg, cheese, fish etc. Leiden is a nice town, was pleasant even on a grey day. Zaanse Schanse was peaceful despite being busy! Delft was great and had a fantastic pottery/craft market on a Saturday. Rotterdam Zoo is excellent, one of the best we've visited. Amsterdam had some good canal cruises and Noordwijk has an excellent beach and town centre. Volendam and Marken are lovely traditional towns with people dressed in traditional costumes. For car lovers, about 15 minutes' drive from the parc is the Lowman museum, definitely worth a visit for 2 or 3 hours. Finally, note in this region that there are some free parking areas ranging from 30 minutes to 2 hours and you can buy a disc from local newsagents to put on your dashboard showing your arrival time."
W. Paterson, Aberdeenshire
"The entire area is clean, people are friendly and all of the towns and villages are interesting. We think Gouda, Leiden and Delft are the most attractive and are all within easy reach from the parc."
C. Scott, Fyfe
"There's so much to do on site we didn't venture far, although we did go to Sea Life in Scheveningen which we enjoyed. There's lots of information and discount vouchers for various attractions are readily available."
P. Thompson, Co. Down
"Naturalis in Leiden is cheap to visit and plenty to see and do, plus you can take picnics inside if the weather's poor. The Leger museum in Delft is all about the Dutch army and military history - my boys loved it and it was the highlight of our holiday. It's also free on the first Friday of the month and you can get cheap parking with a ticket from the museum."
I. Gray, Dunbartonshire
"Hiring bikes and cycling through the dunes to the local beach, riding through woodland and stopping for ice cream was so much fun. Strolling through Wassenaar itself is lovely too, and the Tiki water park, although busy was great fun for everyone."
H. White, Lincolnshire
"The beach at Wassenaar is beautiful. We did our shopping at the local Albert Hynes supermarket - an amazing place! Really clean and the staff were very helpful and friendly. I particularly liked drinking a coffee whilst shopping!"
A. Nealey, Oxfordshire
"Leiden is picturesque and great for shopping, as is Den Haag. And the chocolate shop in Wassenaar is amazing!"
L. Ayres, Surrey
"The beach was clean, easy to get to and child friendly. The trips to Amsterdam, Keukenhof, Delft and Den Haag were also really easy and fun. Katwijk beach is a good place to go with the kids; small, clean and well-catered for with a bouncy castle and a nice little town. Keukenhof gardens are an absolute delight - there are things for the children to do as well as the adults."
K. Pannell, Worcestershire
"We loved all the places we visited: Wassenaar, Delft, Leiden and Scheveningen. Amsterdam was good but more for the adults than small children."
P. Hughes, Warwickshire
"The village, ice cream parlour and shops were great and we really enjoyed Rotterdam Zoo."
V. Harris, South Humberside
"The park and ride to Amsterdam was very good, and while there we loved the Van Gogh museum and Anne Frank's house. Would recommend you book your tickets online to avoid queues."
C. Harris, East Sussex
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