Around park: 7km

National Park Oosterschelde is the largest National Park of the Netherlands (www.np-oosterschelde.nl). The park has an area of 37,000 hectares. That's about 54,000 football fields. In this park you can find all the special characteristics of Dutch nature: dunes, forest, heather, peat, tidal nature, stream valleys, marshes and much more. You'll also find most nature-related activities that are possible all year round, like sailing and walking. The offer in National Park Oosterschelde includes excursions, events, tours, workshops and discovery and experience tours. 

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Above water
Above water

Above water

Around the Oosterschelde you'll find creeks, forests, farmlands and orchards. The area around De Stelhoeve is beautiful for cycling and walking along the water and between the orchards. At the park reception you can get information about the many walking and cycling routes. From De Stelhoeve you can also go cycling using the cycling junction system. Oosterscheldepark de Stelhoeve is located at 50 metres from the Oosterschelde.

Beaches
Beaches

Beaches

At less than 1000 metres from the Stelhoeve, you can find nice beaches, where you can relax together with the children. At the family beach you'll also find Club Casco (www.clubcasco.nl), where you can relax with a nice drink. At this pleasant bistro you can also get a nice lunch or dinner. Next to Club Casco you'll find a snack bar.

Goese Golf
Goese Golf

Goese Golf

Within 5 minutes by car from de Stelhoeve, you'll find golfing complex de Goese Golf. This 18-hole golf course was created in 1995 when the Goese Meer was created. De Goese Golf features extensive practice facilities and a professional and active golf school.

And underwater
And underwater

And underwater

One of the reasons for many guests to book at De Stelhoeve are the beautiful surroundings of the park. The Oosterschelde is the largest national park of the Netherlands. It's popular with divers because of its unique underwater flora and fauna (www.onderwatersport.org). Each year during cruises (www.marstrand.nl) or from the dyke, people can see seals and porpoises.