Sleep in luxury at the Visitors’ Campsite

Quality beds, readymade lodgings ánd lighting. Next edition of the World Championships for Icelandic horses you can opt for luxury at our camping. Glamping in style! At our Visitors’ Campsite we offer you three types of comfortable accommodations. Don’t want to bring your tent or camper? Then opt for Flexotels, Flexotents or Log Cabins. Book your luxury stay now and make sure you will be glamping in 2017…

Flexotel, Flexotent, Log Cabins
  • Your most luxurious choice is the Flexotel. This private double bedroom offers two box spring beds, towels, chairs and storage space (€ 898 / 9 nights)
  • The Flexotent extends the same level of comfort. It accommodates two persons in a frame tent (€598 / 9 nights).
  • Log Cabins sleep four in two bunk beds. These little cottages are your best buy (€848 / 9 nights)
Book now!

Enjoy the sociable atmosphere of the Visitors’ Campsite, and stay within walking distance of the competition grounds. There are plenty of facilities you can use. The campsite opens 5 August 2017 at 13:00 and closes 14 August 2017 at 12:00. Do you want to bring your own tent, caravan or camper? Of course you are welcome to book a basic camping pitch.

Book your luxury accommodation or read more about our campsite offers 

Registration Volunteers online May 2016

A great event like the World Championships in 2017 can only succeed thanks to the enthusiastic efforts of a few hundred volunteers. Before, during and after the event these volunteers will be a vital part of the experience for horses, riders and visitors. Without volunteers no World Championships!

Volunteer registration to open may 2016

We are overwhelmed by all the requests when volunteers can apply. You will just have to wait a little longer… In May 2016 we will have everything set, and will open the registration for all volunteers. Please check this website or our Facebook page regularly for more information.

Stroll down memory lane

Watch this video of the World Championships for Icelandic horses in 2007. Remember the good old days in Oirschot…