Our park is situated in a nature reserve which we would like to keep beautiful together with you. Please enjoy your stay in nature with respect and do not leave any rubbish behind in the dunes around our park and on the beach. Many seagulls, foxes and deer also live in our park. These animals are used to people and are therefore easy to photograph, but they can also cause a nuisance. Please help us to prevent nuisance by not feeding the animals and not leaving your rubbish bag outside, as rubbish buckets are also knocked over and emptied. Thank you for your help!
All (young) animals that you come across in the park are best left alone and are not to be fed. Even when you think the animal is in distress. Often it is a young bird that is trying to fly (nestlings) and the 'parent' birds are nearby, but they do not dare to show themselves in the presence of people. Are you worried about a (young) animal at the park? Then please report it to the reception desk.
Ticks occur throughout the country, in the forest, park, heathland, dunes or in the garden. They can be found near trees or bushes, in high grass or between dead leaves. They can bite into people's skin. A tick bite can make you ill. Check your body and clothes for ticks and tick bites. Ticks can bite anywhere, but prefer the groin, hollows of the knees, armpits, buttocks, edges of underwear, behind the ears and around the hairline in the neck. Got a tick bite? Remove the tick quickly and inform your doctor that you have suffered a tick bite.
Our park is managed as naturally as possible. As the park is located in a nature reserve, lighting at night is limited as much as possible. Too much lighting disturbs animal life. The lighting in the grounds is set in such a way that you, as a guest, can still find your way around but it causes as little disturbance as possible to the nocturnal animals.