Bospark t'Wolfsven July 2012
This is a very large, family-orientated site, but it’s spread over 67 hectares
of woodland so there is always plenty of green, open space and you never feel overwhelmed by the size.
There are various types of accommodation: chalets, bungalows, mobile homes and ready-erected tents; a large area of seasonal caravans;
a large area of privately-owned cabins; and several touring areas, all named after different animals and birds. These areas are all very spread out and separated from each other so it doesn’t feel crowded.
Touring pitches are
numbered but not otherwise marked. They are large, level, on sandy ground, among tall pine trees, but these are not so close together that they block out the sun. They’re well away from the entertainment areas, so nice and quiet.
are plenty of activities for children – several playgrounds, crazy golf, trampolines, tennis courts, organised activities, bikes for hire and an indoor swimming pool. There are three lakes, the largest of which is for swimming, with a beach at the shallow
end and a water-slide at the deep end.
The second lake is for boating and pedaloes, and the smallest one for fishing. There is a large restaurant beside the swimming lake, a takeaway and a couple of snack bars. There’s also a
The sanitary blocks are clean and modern, but functional rather than luxurious. There’s plenty of hot water, a covered washing-up area and a launderette. Reception staff speak English but not all the information
leaflets were in English.
We just used the site for a couple of nights on our way to Germany, but it would make an excellent base for a family holiday. To be honest there’s not a lot to see in the surrounding area, but if you
have children then everything you need is right there on the site!