Around the National Park are many (and I mean many) campgrounds (in Dutch "Camping"). My favourite one is near the village (with entrance to the park) Otterlo. This small Veluwe-village is very nice and small. Imagine that in summertime it has app. five times more inhabitants as off-season. It's called the "Zanding" and is situated inside a part of the Veluwe forest around a little lake (swimmingfun). Near the camping are two sandplates (say "mini-deserts") that are incredably popular by children (you cannot imagine a larger sandbox, except for the Sahara).
Staying on campgrounds is relatively cheap and some of the places also offer small houses for rent or caravans.
We were very lucky, under a heavy rain, all cycling, we saw we were not goint to be able to get to our hotel, so we founded by chance this beautifull hotel in Hoenderloo. The restaurant was absolutely brilliant, it deserves, and the prices really interesting!
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