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Het Wed

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Sabine And Sander
Sabine And Sander
September 12, 2019
Lake for swimming and nature walks
July 12, 2019
Entrance of the National Park Kennemerduin. Great for hiking and the pristine dune lake "Het Wed" is great for a swim! Bike rental also available
November 30, 2018
It's a beautifull lake, where you can walk and swim.
July 17, 2018
Het Wed is our go to place for a swim nearby in the national park. It is extremely child friendly and free of charge. There are no services so bring your own picnic, however there is a small restaurant near the entrance of the national park.
Mark & Jacqueline
Mark & Jacqueline
June 6, 2018
Sandy beach at a beautiful lake in the dunes. Much closer than the beach. When beach is cold, this can be warm enough. Also when it's hot this can be very hot and beach gives more refreshment. No food at the lake itself.

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