There is a large shopping center about 400 meters from the campsite and from here you can take public transport to the center of Dordrecht, the oldest city in Holland, with a surprising and car-free center.
Opposite this shopping center is a station of the NS and you can take the train to, for example, Rotterdam and Gorinchem.
Modern, fast water buses take you to the regional towns in the Drechtsteden area, but also to Rotterdam, Gorinchem or to Kinderdijk with its beautiful windmills.
The Waterbuses moor at the Merwedekade. Because the bicycle can be taken along, other places of interest in the Dordrecht area can be reached in an attractive way.
Dordrecht has thousands of monuments, including the beautiful Grote Kerk and the Groothoofdspoort. You will be rewarded with a magnificent view over the island.
The harbours, one of which is covered by the town hall, are also worth seeing. Impressive merchant houses line the old ports.
Het Hof is an old Augustinian monastery with an interesting history. In Het Hof, for example, the First Free States Meeting took place in 1572.
The Statenplein is the center of the city.
On the nearby Scheffersplein is a statue of the Dordrecht painter Ary Scheffer and on the Visbrug a statue of the brothers Johan and Cornelis de Witt.
On the Noordendijk we find the last remaining mill in Dordrecht de Kijck over den Dijck.
Courtyards such as the Regentenhof or Lenghenhof (1755), the Arend Maartenszhof (1625), the Van Slingelandtshof or Arme Vrouwenhof (1519), the Wilhelmina Foundation (1926), the Clara and Mariahof (1880) are certainly worth a visit.
The Dordtse Biesbosch is located south-east of the city and the Sliedrechtse Biesbosch is north-east.
Both are part of the Biesbosch National Park. The rest of the Biesbosch National Park is accessible via the ferry between the Kop van het Land and Werkendam.
New Dordtse Biesbosch
The Eiland van Dordrecht has a new piece of nature: the Nieuwe Dordtse Biesbosch, a new, varied nature and recreation area close to the city of Dordrecht. The area is developing into a Biesbosch-like landscape based on a sustainable, robust water system. The nature and recreational hectares overlap and reinforce each other.
Forestry De Elzen
This forest, which was created around 1990, is located on the edge of the city of Dordrecht and is managed by Staatsbosbeheer. The forest is intended as a recreation area for residents of Dordrecht, but also as a production forest. The latter can still be seen in many trees standing close together in straight lines. According to the plan of Staatsbosbeheer, the forest has now been made much more exciting and more natural and varied. More winding paths have also been laid out, under the motto “from boring to beautiful”. The playground has also been renovated.
In the Elzen in the Hollandse Biesbosch you will find a path with more than eleven Elf houses. Complete with front doors, windows, swings and rope ladders. Discover them all.
Camping “Het Loze Vissertje”.
3315 LB Dordrecht
Kvk nummer: 24463965
BTW nummer: NL820906323B01
Bank: ING Bank NV