Experience the beautiful nature of Drenthe from a safari tent.
Camping Emmen is uniquely situated in South Drenthe on a quiet road, only a few minutes by bike from the village centre. In a rural atmosphere, with the sounds of cows, chickens, goats and the occasional tractor, you can experience a peaceful or sporty holiday.
Are you looking for active days during your holiday at Camping Emmen? Drenthe is known for its many good cycle paths and routes. You can rent a bicycle from us and go for a ride. You can request cycling routes at reception and enjoy the Drenthe countryside while you spend the day being active and sporty.
There is plenty to do for young and old at the campsite. Let the children play in the playground while you enjoy a drink in the restaurant. Or relax by the pond full of fish! There are also go-karts and pedal cars that can be used free of charge.
Near Camping Emmen there are many attractions you can visit. For the children there are playgrounds or, for example, Zwergenland. Of course you can visit the Wildlands Adventure Zoo in Emmen with the whole family (or on your own), which is only 15 minutes by car from the campsite.
The surroundings of Camping Emmen offer many opportunities for a day of relaxation. Whether you want to spend the day fishing, enjoying nature or playing a game of golf. Everything is possible! You can also completely relax in the Thermen en Beautycentrum Anholts near the campsite.
Discover the surroundings of Camping Emmen by bike. Rent a regular or electric bike at reception and set off. There are many beautiful cycle routes in the area. The popular Saxony Route passes right by Camping Emmen. On this 240 km long cycle route from Lauwersoog to Enschede you cycle through the beautiful landscape of Drenthe. This is highly recommended for every bicycle lover.
Hikers also get their money's worth at Camping Emmen. With the Pieterpad next door, everyone can enjoy the 498-kilometre walking route. The Pieterpad was designed by Toos Goorhuis-Tjalsma from Tilburg and Bertje Jens from Groningen. The two friends loved walking and it was this common interest that led to the creation of the Pieterpad in 1983. So come and enjoy a nice walk and spend the night in a fully equipped safari tent.