FarmCamps Op Flakkee
Sommelsdijk, Goeree-Overflakkee

Not a moment’s boredom!Not a moment’s boredom!

Watching other families enjoy themselves here shows us how few leave the farm since there is so much to see and do. Here the kids are in their element and don’t have time to get bored! That´s why the parents are having a great time too.

But if you do still want to see something of the local area that the island of Goeree-Overflakkee has to offer then you’ll not be disappointed. Located on the border of South Holland and Zeeland this island is largely regarded as one of the most northerly Zeeland islands, sandwiched between the waters of the North Sea, the Krammer-Volkerak, Grevelingen lake and the Haringvliet nature reserve. Whether you are cycling through the vast polders, strolling through the dunes, sunbathing on the beach or swimming in the waters here – there is something for everyone to enjoy. There are also many charming villages to visit like Middelharnis, Goedereede and Zierikzee.

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  • Grevelingendam beach

Just 15 km from the farm, located between Bruinisse and Oude Tonge, Grevelingendam is a beautiful area of secluded beaches, including a swimming pool, to relax and enjoy yourself. In addition to swimming and playing, you can get to grips with a number of different water sports here. If you fancy a snack and a drink then visit the Lake View Beach pavilion.

  • 't Zuiderdiep Swimming Pool

Offering both indoor and outdoor swimming facilities, 't Zuiderdiep can be enjoyed by guests of all ages, regardless of the weather. This swimming paradise has a subtropical indoor pool with a rapids area, whirlpool, wading pool, water umbrella and a large outdoor pool with slides and children’s area. There is also a lovely space to get a refreshing drink. All this is just 15 minutes from the farm.

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  • Flipjes Playground

Let the kids blow off some more steam at this fun playground including a jungle gym, trampolines, swings, carousels, slides and a sandpit. Your mini-farmers won’t be bored for a second. The older kids can also enjoy table tennis and table soccer.

  • Adventuredome

Adventurers big and small can spend the day exploring Adventuredome in Hellevoetsluis. With both an indoor and outdoor play area there is plenty to see and do here including a soft play area, glow in the dark mini golf, a Lego house and large blocks to build with for the younger kids, together with laser games for the older ones. Outdoors you’ll find a pirate ship, tunnel and fort and 27 meter long obstacle course. 30 minutes from the farm.


  • Fauna Park Flakkee

For a fun day out with the kids we highly recommend a trip to Fauna Park Flakkee. This beautifully landscaped park of 25,000m2 is full of fauna and flora. The park plays host to a wide variety of animals ranging from parakeets to birds of prey, owls and several larger animals such as capybaras, deer and even a white kangaroo. There is also a petting zoo with rabbits and goats, not to mention a treasure hunt or a spot of mini golf to keep you occupied. 10 minutes from the farm. 

  • Tiengemeten Nature Reserve 

Between Haringvliet and Nieuwendijk is the last true south-west island in The Netherlands. Sail with the ferry to the island of Tiengemeten and get blown away by its pristine wilderness, ancient countryside and the many species of birds that breed here together with more than 100 Scottish Highlanders that roam freely. Kids can play around to their hearts content while discovering various parts of the island and for toddlers there is Ukkie Island where they can dig, scramble and splash around.


  • Goeree-Overflakkee Regional Museum 

Near the farm, in the heart of Sommelsdijk, you will find the historic regional museum of Goeree-Overflakkee. Spread over seven small houses dating back to the seventeenth century you can step back in time and discover all about the local history of the island. Practice for example on the famous reading board in the old schoolroom; discover in the museum attic how craftsmen used to go to work or visit the old village shop. You can also learn the history of local agriculture industry and fisheries on the island together with observing many archeological finds.

  • Ouddorp RTM Tramway and Museum 

All aboard! Throw an extra scoop of coal on the fire, wait until the driver pulls the steam whistle and off we go! RTM stands for the Rotterdam Tramway Company and this museum takes you on an historical journey from Brouwersdam, passing the Grevelingen lake where the conductors will recount the stories of a time when RTM was the largest tramway in the area. Visit also the RTM museum.