A camper route along the Maas? The Meuse: link chain of the Ardennes. A pristine river deeply linked to the history of the surrounding regions. It invites you to relive historical moments. From the Netherlands to Belgium and France. As a red thread through a camper route of three countries. A chain where human history, heritage and legends surround the river like links. We inspire you for a camper route along the Maas!Our campers
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What is clear at a glance of the Maas: it does not care about boundaries. The river therefore flows undisturbed. And man has allowed the river to conquer various banks and bends. Let yourself be guided by the bends of the Maas and pass a rich industrial history. Travel through the countryside and be surrounded by beautiful green meadows. Towards the mountains of the Ardennes you will pass one of the most idyllic parts of the Maas. The industry used to flourish here. And that has left its mark. Former towpaths and canal boats now serve as cycle paths here. So use the environment to discover the area in an adventurous way. As soon as you leave the Ardennes mountains, the Maas immediately makes new loops.
Where the Sambre and the Maas meet is a unique building: Fort van Namen. During the camper route along the Maas you will pass countless forts and beautiful (old) buildings bursting with character. However, this fort will be one of the highlights during the camper route along the Maas. Drive on and you will immediately return to a green valley. Gradually you get a beautiful view with rocks in your sights. Enjoy amazing views here and literally walk in and out of the clouds. Understand why the environment has formed so many legends. Ultimately decide whether it is time to leave the Maas and continue the camper trip. Or to return home with an overdose of memories.
Push your limits
Of course you can let the camper trip lead by nature. And so follow a camper route along the Maas. But push your boundaries and also go for a camper trip throughout the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany or France. Experience little pieces of the Netherlands that you have never seen. Experience the cultural difference with our southern neighbors. Discover the secrets that the German territory still has to offer. And enjoy the French landscapes endlessly. We are convinced that you can gain countless experiences here. Have not seen many places yet. And so you have not finished traveling in these countries 'around the corner'. Be further inspired by the pages below.
Types of campers
After the camper route along the Maas has been established, you must of course have a suitable camper. And that is where we come into play. Rent a camper or buy a camper. Depending on your travel group, you determine the size and size of the camper. See if it's a pet-friendly camper must be. Or that you are correct about it lots of luxury and extras want to dispose of. Below we have listed all our advantages.
- Maximum 4 year old camper
- Fully equipped
- Self-sufficient (private shower, toilet & kitchen)
- 24/7 service
- (More than) satisfied customers