The Beekberger Forest is known because it once housed the last primeval forest in the Netherlands. It was a fairytale wilderness with black alders, ash, oak and beech. The forest was more than 8000 years old and unfortunately it was felled in 1871 and cultivated for agriculture. Fortunately, nature restored since 2006. And the result so far is impressive. It is a varied area again where rare plants grow and it is nice to walk. Among the breeding bird of the Beekberger Forest are Little Grebe, Bluethroat, Water Rail, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Tree Pipit, Icterine Warbler and Eurasian Bullfinch.
Park your car opposite Woudweg 16 (See the P on the map). It is best to explore the area on foot. The route you see on the map is 2.5 km.