Kids

Having fun playing outside, petting goats in the animal meadow or spending an afternoon swimming? There are plenty of opportunities at Landal Miggelenberg. What is special is the Adventure Castle where the children can completely indulge themselves. Climbing, clambering and whizzing down the slide. Shall we go one more time?

So much to do

Kids
  • Bollo
  • Children's play area
  • Animal meadow
  • Children's parties
  • Butterfly garden
  • Air trampoline
  • Fun & Entertainment programme
    • The whole year
  • Playground(s)
  • Mini-golf course
  • Adventure castle
  • Ballpool
  • Bollo house
  • Water games area
  • Sand pit
  • Guided walk with forest warden
  • Kids package

All new Adventure Castle starting in late 2019

Landal Miggelenberg is renovating its Adventure Castle! Endless fun guaranteed, including 7 towers of no less than 9 metres high with 2 large slides. While the children are playing and climbing, the parents can enjoy a cup of coffee on the terrace. The renovated Adventure Castle will be ready by the end of 2019.

Bollo

Did you know that Bollo lives in his own house at the park? Come along for a high-five or a cuddle with this friendly bear and have your photo taken with Bollo. Bollo is the children's best friend!

Fun & Entertainment

There is plenty to do and experience all year round at Landal Miggelenberg. Our Fun & Entertainment team makes sure you and your children will have an unforgettable holiday. From crafting in the Bollo Club to a game of laser gaming and hiking with the forester. There are also plenty of organised activities. You can see a total and current overview two weeks before your arrival in the Landal GreenParks App.

Children's bungalow

This bungalow is designed almost entirely for children. There is a frog bathroom, but also a games table and of course a bunk bed. Fun for the children and fun for you. On the blackboard, you can see precisely who sleeps where.
Discover our 6 person children's bungalow

The Gnome path

Did you know that gnomes live in the woodlands of the Dutch forests? The gnome path is a post-marked route of about 3.7 km for children from 3 through 7 years old. Disguised with a red cap and red cheeks, you listen on the way to a story from the gnome book. The little gnomes follow the coloured gnome posts with their (grand)parents and carry out the gnome assignments. 
Discover the gnome path