Camping Hostel Amsterdamse Bos
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Hostel Amsterdamse Bos Amstelveen
Very nice camp site, places for campervans, tents, and even little huts of different kinds and sizes you can rent out for fairly reasonable prices. We brought our own tent so it was only 15EUR a night (which is sill pricey, I know, but all of Amsterdam is expensive for accommodation! This was the best deal). There was a kitchen to cook in, but no where to store food, but a little store to buy food and things at the site, and a bathroom and laundry but you had to pay extra for the showers, laundry and remember to bring your own TP!
I can't complain however, it was a beautiful area and beautiful weather all week while we were there! You can also rent bikes from the office (20EUR a day) and there is a lovely park right there with ponds, and ducks, and even a few highland cows! Close to Amsterdam, only a bus and a short train ride away. Reasonably safe place to leave your things even when camping (only our TP was stolen). But if the weather is good and money is short, try it out!
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