Navigation system address: crossing between Duinweg and Hogeweg. Park on the embankment next to the tree line anywhere you can after the crossing. Parking does not tend to be an issue
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What is so special about it?
Considering how pretty it is, I cannot believe how quiet it is. I went on a sunny week-end and it was not packed, which is nothing short of a miracle in the Randstand.
It is located in a rather well-to-do and affluent area, so the general design and cleanliness of the streets, facilities and houses, is of above-average standing.
1. North West: Not really worth a visit in my opinion. Thin strand of green between two roads.
2. Plas: Stunning landscape: a path on a steep drop take you to a pond in the valley of U-shaped hill. Possibility for the dogs to access the water easily in places (gradual incline). See if you can spot the England Spiel statue.
3. North East: Pleasant, hilly walk on sandy paths in woodland domain. The area is not that big, but you can definitely more than stretch your legs. Also, there is a dog field there, but when I went, there didn’t seem to be anyone there.
4. Central: The dog field is situated right behind the Crowne Plaza Promenade. In my opinion, the main attraction of this part of the domain is the dog field (number 5 on the map), where you can sit and chat with other dog owners. I asked the (very friendly) locals and they seemed to be saying that the field could get pleasantly busy with other owners. The said that the pitbull-types do not tend to hang around there.
6. South: I hear it is a really hilly and wide woodland domain. I did not research this in person yet, though.
What to look out for
The various parts of the Scheveningse Bosjes are a little far apart, and you often have to leash up your dog to cross the roads that divide them.
There have been reports of crime in the woods at night a few months’ back, so I was told not to walk there alone at night. Then again I would not walk many places alone at night, so it could just be common sense.