A day of splashing
Non-guests are also very welcome to come and splash in our lovely indoor and outdoor swimming pool for a day. Our pools are equipped with interactive play elements and spectacular water slides. Hours worrth of swimming fun is guaranteed! The swimming pool is only open during the camping season, from April to October. The outdoor pool is open from mid-May to mid-September, but only when weather conditions allow it.Opening hours of day recreation
Indoor swimming pool
The indoor swimming paradise offers entertainment for all ages
Children can enjoy themselves endlessly in the indoor swimming pool. They whiz down the spectacular slide and have fun in the rapids. Meanwhile, the little ones splash in the paddling pool with slides and various water play equipment while you watch from the relaxing bubble bath. Do you prefer to keep moving? Then you can swim laps in the deep bath, or enjoy romping around with the children.
Outdoor swimming pool
Two large water slides
The heated outdoor swimming paradise offers 2 large water slides where the older children can slide down and dive into the deep, while the little ones splash in the shallow water and play with the various cheerful and interactive play equipment. Of course, there's also a beautifully landscaped sunbathing area to relax and enjoy the sun.
Prices for day recreation
To gain access to the indoor play paradise and/or PumpTrack, you need to notify us of your visit at restaurant De Wolventuin. You will receive a wristband which you need to return to the catering industry at the end of the day.
- Indoor play paradise | €5 per person
- Swimming | €6 per person
- Swimming & indoor play paradise | €10 per person
- Pump track | €5 per person
- Pump track & indoor play paradise | €10 per person
- Swimming, indoor play paradise & pump track | €15 per person
- Visit | €2.50 per person
Children of up to 2 years old are allowed free access to all facilities. Adults have free access to the indoor play paradise and PumpTrack. It is not allowed to consume your own food in De Wolventuin.