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Activities

What to do during my stay at the campsite?

Simplicity, back to basics,
nature, change of scenery...

At Willow Camp, there will be no swimming pool with plastic slides, large restaurant, advertising umbrellas, etc.

I propose a return to the sources, to the essentials:

large trees, flower meadows, fruit trees, a vegetable garden, ponds, meadows, woods, walking paths, animals, games for children, a pétanque court, toilets and a dining area.

Some parts will be maintained with minimal human intervention

to promote biodiversity and pollination.

A simply exotic place where to sit down to read a book, draw, meditate, take a walk, enjoy a coffee or tea, observe nature and its actors become your priorities again.

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Take a walk ? Or ?

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Visit the village of Beauvechain

Three quarters of the territory are devoted to agricultural activities. The north of the town is bordered by the Meerdael forest with its large majestic beech trees . The territory is crossed right through by the Nethen stream. Two tributaries, the Mille, coming from the hamlet to which it lent its name and the Nodebais which crosses the village of the same name, flow into its course at Tourinnes-la-Grosse.

The village of Tourinnes-la-Grosse has one of the oldest churches in Walloon Brabant which dominates the entire valley.

The Saint-Martin celebrations : an artistic event not to be missed! Find the complete program and reserve your places on the site.

Military base : visit to the 1 Wing historical center museum on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.

Walks in the surroundings of the village:

BÔVÈTCHÉ 5.1 km - èl GROSSE TOURËNE 5.3 km - AME and M'LIN 7.2 km

Visit a neighboring village

Saint-Rémy-Geest : The village is built on the hillside around its church. Most of the houses and farms in the village were built from Gobertange limestone, named after the nearby hamlet.

Mélin : one of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia which has this particular charm, this rustic setting, surrounded by a crown of small hills from which immense panoramas unfold.

L'Ecluse : village established along a stream. Walk in the village: SCLÛSE 6.9 km

Nodebais : The village of Nodebais owes its name to the stream that crosses it. This is a tributary of the Dyle. Walk in the village: NODÈBÂY 4.9 km or 6.5 km

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Walk in Meerdael Forest and Heverlee Wood

Le Bois d’Heverlee, la forêt Meerdael et le bois d’Egenhoven forment le plus grand bois de feuillus en Flandre, d’une superficie de 2.050 ha.

La principale espèce d’arbres est le chêne rouge d’Amérique.

La végétation de plantes herbacées est très variée : lierre terrestre, sceau de Salomon, fausse renoncule, arum, fraises des bois, muguet, maïanthème, fougères et germandrée sauvage.

La population de chevreuils est la plus ancienne de Flandre. Et de nombreuses espèces d’oiseaux chanteurs et de rapaces attirent les amateurs d’ornithologie.

Les tout-petits peuvent eux aussi profiter pleinement de ce bois grâce à ses aires de jeu semées de cordes, d’animaux taillés dans des troncs, de mâts à escalader, d’un mikado géant et d’arbres puzzle.

Les chiens peuvent sans problème courir en liberté sur la zone de 6 ha du Speelberg.

Découvrez aussi les mystérieuses et féériques sculptures de troncs sur le « Pad van Ad ».

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