Boerderij de Bokkesprong
This farm dates back from 1975 and is located in an area of dikes, dunes, creeks and refuge mounts. It is a small horse farm. The owners strive to work environment-friendly. You are allowed to bring your dog, horse or pony at an additional price.
The campsite (0.4 ha) is located behind the farm, partly in a small orchard. All pitches are supplied with electricity. The sanitary facilities are located in a separate building. Barbecue is possible. There is a recreation room and for the guests a fridge and a washing machine are available. Guests are allowed to pick herbs in the herb corner. There is also a caravan for hire. Dogs are allowed, if on a leash.
The beach of the North Sea is very near. The surroundings offer many possibilities to cycle. Rental bikes can be delivered to the farm. The accommodation is on 300 m from a manege where daily horseback rides are organized to the Veerse Bos (forest), dunes and the beach. Regularly various activities take place. The Veerse Meer (lake) offers plenty of possibilities for watersport. The Veerse Bos with its beautiful creeks is a good area for walks and outdoor rides. Nature reserve the Manteling van Walcheren is a combination of sea, beach, dunes and woods in rural estates. Also located here is the former Zeeuws Biologisch Museum, reopened as Terra Maris in 2006, museum of Zeeland (province) for nature and landscape, with the botanical garden Hortus Zeelandiae. The storm surge barrier with the water theme park, Deltapark Neeltje Jans has become a real tourist attraction of Zeeland.
Bicycles for rent
Wellness activities (massage, etc.)
Facilities for playing outside
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Bicycles for rent
Guided nature tours
Open-air swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Small live stock for children
Special target groups
Pets allowed if agreed upon
Sea, beach, dunes, lagoon
Puddle, fen, lake
A full-time farm
Working according to IFOAM-principlesForestry, Stock breeding