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Love Camp Amsterdam did my second PME there A.K.A. NCO Academy in 1992User
Very enchanting place to be. Now that the planes are gone and the terrain has been "handed back" to nature, all sorts of wildlife are now calling this home. When you go here at dusk or dawn you'll see deer on the ex-runways. And in the spring you will hear the constant twitter of the near extinct field lark. Added to that there is plenty of urban exploring to be done during the times that excursions are organized to visit some of the bunkers, the traffic tower, the ammo storage and of course the hangars. Keep an eye out on the website of Utrechts Landschap for the special events that are organized.User
I was stationed there from May 1978 thru October 1980. Love place and people User
Beautiful aerea for walks and tours past old hangars and bunkers since it's open tot the public. The national military museum on the former airfield is also an interresting place to visit.User
Very nice big open area. Very quiet and you can cycle on the run way! User
Ripoff. When they need your money, like at the museum, everything is clear and signposted.
But when you want to walk or cycle around the area, nothing is signposted, roads and cycle paths just stop, entrances and exits are not marked, and half the route is closed for months on end because of breeding season. Mind you, this is a new construction and it would have been easy to make cyclists feel welcome. Now you have to find your way around Soesterberg and Huis ter Heide with never a signposted path to be found. Utter idiots.