There is a festivalcampsite next to the festival village for tents and one specifically for caravans and camper vans. The cost for sleeping on the festivalcampsite is included in the festivalticket. The soil on the campsite is mostly sand, so don’t forget to bring pegs suitable for sand! There are no trees on the campsite. Please make sure to stay within the indicated area. It is advisable to keep any valuables with you at all times.
– No open fire, cooking is only allowed in the cooking area on the campsite
– Gas cylinders are forbidden by the tents
– Paths must open all timers
– Camp insite the areas intended for camp
– No drugs policy
– No animals
– No music
– No motor vehicules
– Keep the campsite clean
– Family camp site, silence after 23:00 h.
The EJC starts on Saturday 30 July at 1pm. You are only allowed on site early if you’re registered as a volunteer for building up the festival. Please note: camping outside of official campsites is forbidden in the Netherlands and you risk being fined if you do so. When you arrive early an option is to go to campsite Waterhout untill the festivalcamping is open or stay in hotel nearby.
Other accommodations in Almere
Apollo Hotel Almere City Centre is located in the heart of the city, directly next to the city theatre and within walking distance of the train station. When you rent a bike, it’s an easy 20 minute cycle to the EJC grounds. This is your opportunity to not only dutchify your juggling but also improve your cycling skills during this EJC!
We’ve arranged a jugglers discount with Apollo Hotel Almere; €69,- per room (2 persons). To make a reservation, send an email to email@example.com and make sure you mention EJC 2016 to get the discount.
If you don’t feel like camping on the EJC festivalcampsite, there is a beautiful campsite at 7 kilometers (a 20 minute cycling ride) from the EJC. For more information, have a look at the website of Campsite Waterhout.