Want to know where you are and where to go to? Well, on several places there are maps that can help you out. On it are walking routes as well as biking paths. The car roads are also visible, but who needs them ... you have been clever enough to leave the car outside the park where it belongs or entered by bus on a tour.
This sign means they rent bikes.
It is the best way to get to the nice spots and to enjoy nature I think.
Take information on the camping , hotel....
Our hotel had a bike-service itself. For the reosanable prive of 7.5 E you could have a bike for a day.
To prevent massive traffic to and from the museums inside the centre-area, the park offers free "white" bicycles at all park-entrances. Ask for them at the frontoffice and they will show you the points where they are stalled. Outside the park there is enough parkingspace to leave your car and this is recommended strongly (price of cars is rather high and you have to realise that these noisy machines ruine the peacefulness of nature. Biking from Otterlo-entrance to the centre is shortest (5 km), from Arnhem the longest. (12km).
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, unless a Dutch public holiday, and on New Year’s Day.
Parking € 2.30 per car. Bus 102 and 104 from bus station near railway station.
On foot 40 minutes from railway station.
Payment by cash, VISA or Mastercard
Saturday, January 18, 2003 until Sunday, January 4, 2004
A ROYAL PHOTOALBUM, PART IV
Photopresentation of the House of Orange-Nassau in the twentieth century.
Saturday, January 25, 2003 until Monday, May 5, 2003
ROYAL SILVER AT HET LOO
Highlights from the collections of the House of Orange Nassau.
From Apeldoorn, take bus #110 to the Hoenderloo park entrance
Or also do the circuit by bike as we did