Onderdijk lies in the pleasant district of Wervershoof on the IJsselmeer, 55 kilometres north of Amsterdam. We are situated in the middle of the historical Hoorn (22.5 km), Enkhuizen (18 km) and Medemblik (3.5 km) triangle.

Medemblik is not only well-known for its modern sailing centre, but it also has a cosy town centre and harbour. From here, you can go on a daytrip by taking the museum steam train to Hoorn, the train to Enkhuizen, and the authentic ferry boat shuttle between Enkhuizen/Medemblik.

In reception, you will find various folders about the local sights and possibilities for recreation and leisure, both inside and outside the park. In addition to the numerous facilities within the park, there is also plenty to do in the immediate vicinity. Cruising, sailing, sunbathing, swimming, fishing or surfing at the “Vooroever project” which is practically in front of our door. A perfect combination of water, nature and sunbathing areas.

Why not also pay a visit to Radboud castle, the Baker’s (Bakkerij) museum and the Steam machine museum in Medemblik.  Furthermore, you can relive the “old days” in the Outdoor museum in Enkhuizen.

On the access road to our park you will find Lakkie Bicycle Rental, where you can find out everything about the different cycle routes and options. There is also a miniature golf and an 18-hole golf course in the village.

Tulip fields, windmills, working farms, small canals/ditches, waterways and extensive pastureland make West Friesland a splendid and unique area which is loved by many tourists.

In addition to the many tourist attractions, there is also the option to go bowling, go-carting, play laser games and to swim in a subtropical swimming paradise within the surrounding area of the park.
For more information about the possibilities within the region, see the links mentioned below: bowling/go-carting) (childrens playground) (steam train museum) (auction house) (Radboud castle) (golf course) (water/adventure park) (beehives) (westfriesmuseum) (miniature golf) (outdoor museum)    (baker’s museum)



Although hardly any activities take place in the park during the winter, we have regular guests who enjoy the peace and fascinating scenery throughout the winter season. Furthermore, plenty of visiting anglers are active during this (predatory fishing) season. In winters with long periods of frost, people can often enjoy skating during the organised skating tours.