Location

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SHA2017 wil be held in Zeewolde, 55km east of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The camp location is called Scoutinglandgoed.

Adres

Scoutinglandgoed Zeewolde
Nulderpad 5
3896LV, Zeewolde
The Netherlands
Coordinates: 52°17'03.9"N 5°31'18.5"E

How to get there

By car

From highway A28

  • Take exit 9 (Nijkerk, Zeewolde, Wells)
  • Follow the exit from the N301 (Berencamperweg) to Zeewolde / Almere and go 2.5 km straight ahead
  • After passing the Nijkerkersluis, leave the N301 on your right-hand side
  • At the exit turn left, to the Erkemederweg
  • Follow the Erkemederweg for 3.5 km and follow the bend, turn left at the Nulderpad
  • After about 750 meters, the main entrance of Scouting Estate Zeewolde is on your right-hand side

Coming from Almere and Lelystad

  • Follow the N305 (Gooiseweg) in the direction of Zeewolde
  • Continue the way onto the N301 to Amersfoort
  • After 5 km turn left at the roundabout to the N705 (Spiekweg)
  • After 3.5 km turn right at the Nulderpad
  • Follow the Nulderpad and follow the curve to the right
  • After about 1 km, the main entrance of Scouting Estate Zeewolde is on your left-hand side

Public transportation

  • On weekdays it is reachable by taking a train to Nijkerk. Take there the bus 142 to Harderwijk till bus stop Nuldepad.
  • We are working on getting a shuttle bus from a nearby train station.

By boat

It is possible to go by boat to SHA-2017. Given the location and the locks you have to pass there are limits to boats with a maximum of 90 meters in length, 9.9 meters in width. Check your maps before going. The SHA-2017 Harbour can handle ships that run no deeper than 1 meter, but then there are still some options. You can find an arrival map with waterways here (pdf). A more elaborate description will follow soon. The safe harbour is situated at the Nuldernauw-lake. Docking places are limited. When coming by boat reserve your place as early as possible.

Coming from the direction of Amsterdam/Almere

  • From Amsterdam you have to pass the Oranje Sluizen (Oranje Locks) which are open 24/7;
  • Follow the Buiten IJ/IJmeer;
  • Pass on to the Gooimeer followed by Eemmeer;
  • You will pass through the Nijkerkersluis - this lock only operates limited hours monday-friday 07:30-19:00 and saturday/sunday 10:00-19:00 - NOTE THESE HOURS ARE STILL SUBJECT TO CHANGE;
  • Now stick to the route marked with bouyage until you reach buoy numbered: NN19

Coming from the direction of North Sea/Wadden Sea/Friesland

  • From the IJsselmeer move towards Ketelmeer;
  • You will reach the Roggebotsluis (lock) that will operate limited hours monday-friday 07:30-19:00 and saturday/sunday 10:00-19:00 - NOTE THESE HOURS ARE STILL SUBJECT TO CHANGE;
  • Then move past Drontermeer and subsequently Veluwemeer;
  • Via the Wolderwijd you will reach the Nuldernauw;
  • The harbour will be located near buoy NN19

From the UK

See Travel options from the UK.