Camp for €18,- a night at Cambiance Vakantiepark De Reebok in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Cambiance Vakantiepark De Reebok, located in Oisterwijk (North Brabant), is a campsite with 90 touring pitches and 100 year round pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-01-2019 - 26-04-2019, 04-05-2019 - 29-05-2019, 11-06-2019 - 05-07-2019 and 26-08-2019 - 31-12-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
A friendly holiday park in a top location in a green oasis of woods, fens and heathland. Situated within the Den Bosch, Tilburg, Eindhoven triangle, with Oisterwijk as its lively heart. This is a stylish town with about 50 outdoor cafes and many exclusive boutiques and shops.
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It was easy to get into Oisterwijk by cycle paths, which was well worth a visit or two, once you knew the route!! Onsite shop is limited.
Onsite takeaway, bar & restaurant were well frequented when open, & there are numerous nearby eating & drinking opportunities off site too. Can recommend "Ome Jan" Brasserie .
There is cycle hire onsite and local outdoor swimming pool is nearby, free admission with voucher from campsite.
Also nearby is Crazy Golf, Bowling alley & hire of multi person cycles, with many forest trails to explore.
De Reebok was ideal for Motorhomers, as vehicle stayed pitched whilst we could walk or cycle to explore !
Lovely quiet park situated next to a nature reserve. There are static caravans and chalets at the rear of the park and the touring area comprising 90 pitches is at the front. Pitches are spacious and many are arranged in tree lined avenues. However, although these are touring pitches a great many of them are seasonal pitches, thereby reducing the pitches available. We were lucky on arrival towards the end of August to be given the last available pitch, so it would probably be advisable to ring or email the site before arrival.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. There is a takeaway and restaurant in high season and also a small shop selling bread and essentials, although this was only open between 9-11am at the time of our visit. There are supermarkets in nearby Oisterwijk.
Amenities were all in one block and were clean and welcoming. Dishwashing and laundry sinks were in the centre of the block with ladies toilets and showers arranged on one side of the block and gents on the other. Showers are push button and not adjustable but were always a good temperature. Facility block was warm with a small radiator in each shower cubicle. There is a room each with four washbasins for both men and women and also one privacy cubicle on each side. Toilet paper and soap provided but no hand drying facilities. There is a small room at the rear housing washing machines and a dryer and also ironing facilities.
Wifi was free across the site, but we found it to be very slow and on most evenings after about 9.30pm we were unable to connect. It was sufficient to check emails etc, but nothing more demanding.
There are several restaurants close by, although we did not visit them and also mini golf. The site has a childrens playground.
The area is excellent for both cycling and walking with maps for both activities available at reception. There is a network of cycle paths using numbered node points and a similar system for walking routes making navigation very easy.
We cycled to Tilburg, a small city with shopping amenities and a pleasant square where there are several café’s etc, for either a drink or a meal. On another day we cycled to Den Bosch, which is a lovely city worth a visit. It has the largest cathedral in Holland and several museums to visit as well as lots of pavement cafes and restaurants and a good selection of shops.
The Drunense Duinen is a lovely area which we also visited by bike.
Quite dirty and unfriendly place, pitches are very small, owner not willing to communicate in English, food and snaks prepared in a dirty kitchen. We wil try another one next time, not for us!
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 8 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 90 (80 - 100m2)
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- Number of permanent pitches
- Eco campsite
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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