Park Berg en Bos

Park Berg en Bos, Apeldoorn: Address, Phone Number, Park Berg en Bos Reviews: 4.5/5

Park Berg en Bos
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Elien B
47 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
... is what me teenage child mentioned to me.
Where prior one had to pay an entrance fee to visit this gem, it is now free of charge to walk the park and the forests connected. The flowers are amazing and the lake with its fountain just ask for peace and quiet. There are paved and non-paved roads with some inclines and declines and not all the park is easy accessible for wheelchairs.
Just outside the park are wild boars and deer I have always seen visiting them, but I am aware they can retreat into the forests.
There is a great meadow for children to play and for a fee one can visit the world famous Apenheul (I would say, if you don’t have repeat visits to Berg en Bos it is a must to visit and will add 2-3 hours to your day). A fun ropes course is also available to visit with an entrance fee.
Just outside the park boundaries are the beautiful forests and great to hike (non-paved paths).
One can spent all day walking if you go beyond the park or choose to go to the Apenheul and / or ropes course; just a park visit will be 1-2 hours.
In summer: check out Lumido or ‘films in the woods’ (selected evenings)
Written July 16, 2019
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robspeek
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands2 contributions
Oct 2019
The Park Berg en Bos in Apeldoorn is a very nice area to be. Its the the entrance to the Apenheul, a beautiful parc-zoo where you can visit apes in a natural environment.
You can make a walk to the Boars or the climb trees. After that there is a fine restaurant.
Written January 7, 2020
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MiamiKeyWest
Amsterdam847 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
For a tour around the lake, you get the feeling you are abroad. You can also take a longer, very nice hike through the woods in Berg en Bos.
Written June 3, 2017
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AnnaQueenBee
Utrecht, The Netherlands246 contributions
Aug 2016 • Friends
We like the tower you can climb. It gives a nice view over Apeldoorn. The park itself is not that big but nice.
Written August 17, 2016
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civilprotection
King's Lynn, UK100 contributions
May 2015
well worth the visit, it is so clean, a nice walks around the lake, it was a cloudy day when we visited but this did not spoil our visit..
Written November 1, 2015
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jennifer M
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands13 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
It’s a beautifull park to walk true its pretty large and you can see animals who live there you have diffrent kind of paths you can follow
Written March 6, 2020
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Maris54321
Mantgum, The Netherlands60 contributions
Aug 2019
A great park for a nice walk. Plenty to do within the park as well, including the apenheul which is super fun!
Written August 18, 2019
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Amsterdamflyer
Amsterdam, The Netherlands38 contributions
Sep 2018 • Friends
Beautiful sceneray and park ! Next to the (recommend to visit) Apenheul and lunch/drinks or diner Bosvijver with a great view on the small lake in the park.
Go for a walk and you will be embrassed by the beautiful forest and it's animals of the park.
Written September 10, 2018
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kjurek
Orlando, FL491 contributions
Jun 2018 • Friends
Park Berg en Bos is lovely, and I like it especially for its layout. There's a high platform that enables you to look out over the lake with ducks and all, and it's very pretty. We did a photoshoot here since the surroundings were so beautiful. There's also a tunnel that was built in 1937 by Nazi war prisoners, and it's a marvel to look at, mainly because of its interesting shape and the stones in it. I can recommend this park for a nice quiet day out, and to spend some time outside with ducks and geese.
Written June 8, 2018
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JvGTS
Apeldoorn, The Netherlands44 contributions
Aug 2017 • Solo
Park Berg en Bos is only partially park. It passes silently into the Veluwe forests. So you can walk out of the park without realizing it. If you are not familiar with the environment, you better pay attention or use GPS to find back to the entrance. You can walk in and out of the park at different points. The main entrance is at the entrance of the Apenheul. But you can also go to the end of the Asselsestraat (free parking). At the rear there is no fence and you walk straight into the forest.
There are still some attractions in the park, such as the lookout tower (free), the climbing forest (not cheap), the large pond, a fenced off area with wild boar and deer, a recreational meadow and a restaurant.
Berg en Bos can easily be combined with a visit to the Apelheul, the Julianatoren or Paleis Het Loo. But as a citizen of Apeldoorn I also like to walk here on a Sunday afternoon.
Written March 8, 2018
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