Bike, public transport, car
You can reach the Ginkel Heath by bike, public transportation, with the free shuttle buses and by car. We advise you to take the bike or travel by public transport as much as possible.
Download the road map (pdf, 71 KB) here to see the bus stops, bike and car routes and navigation to the four parking spaces.
We advise you to arrive by bike, to prevent traffic jams or parking problems. You can cycle to the Ginkels Heath via the cycle path next to the N224 and via the Wijde Veldweg. The organization will indicate where you can park your bicycle. The bicycle parking spaces are also listed on the floor plan above.
You can also place your bicycle on the back of the car and park it on P West (De Schuilplaats). That parking space is specially designed as a ride & bike parking space. Navigation address: Otterloseweg 18A, Ede.
You can arrive by train at the Ede-Wageningen railway station. This is a intercity station. Trains from Amsterdam, Utrecht and Arnhem go on a regular basis, around 4 times an hour.
There is a bus stop on the south side of the Ede-Wageningen railway station. This bus is for people who arrive by train and for people who park at P South (Akoesticum).
There is also a bus stop for people who parked at the P North (MOB-complex). Both buses drive to and leave from the N224. It's approximately 500 meters from this stop to the Ginkel Heath.
The first buses depart from 8.00 and drive until all visitors have left the Ginkel Heath in the afternoon. The program lasts until 17.00.
There are two bus stops for the free shuttle buses.
When you travel back to the train station or parking lots, make sure to enter the right bus. The buses don't travel to both locations, instead they make their own round trip to and from Ginkel Heath.
Shuttle buses with a low entry level are available for the elderly and people with reduced mobility. There is no room for electric wheelchairs and a large pram on the bus. You can bring a folding wheelchairs or buggies, provided the bus has enough space in the cargo hold.
If you want to arrive by car, it’s important to know that there is little room to park the car at the Ginkel Heath.
The N224 from the direction of Ede will be closed for traffic from 06.00 hours. Only the shuttle buses, vehicles with a pass provided by the organization and those who have an official disabled parking card will be allowed to pass. Parking on the roadside and along the road is not allowed.
You can find the road map on the top of this page.
From Apeldoorn (N371) / Amersfoort (A30)
Visitors from the direction of Apeldoorn and Amersfoort (exit 2, Ede-Noord) can park for free at P North (MOB-complex). Free shuttle buses run from there. Navigation address: Randweg 2, Ede
From Utrecht (A12)
Visitors from the direction of A12 Utrecht can take exit A30 at the Knooppunt Maanderbroek and then take exit 2, Ede-Noord. You can park for free at P North (MOB-complex). Free shuttle buses run from there. Navigation address: Randweg 2, Ede
From Bennekom / Wageningen
Visitors from the direction of Bennekom and Wageningen can park for free at P South(Akoesticum). From there it is a 5-minute walk to the shuttle buses at the Ede-Wageningen railway station. Navigation address: Nieuwe Kazernelaan 120.
From Arnhem (N224 and A12)
Visitors from the direction of N224 from Arnhem can park for free at P East (Sheep shed). Keep in mind that there is very limited space there and that longer travel times may occur. When P East is full, the N224 will be closed from the direction from Arnhem also. You will then be redirected via the A12 to Ede towards the other parking areas. Navigation address: Verlengde Arnhemseweg 101, Ede.
Visitors on the direction of A12 Arnhem can take exit 24, Wageningen. You can park for free at P South (Akoesticum). From there it is a 5-minute walk to the shuttle buses at the Ede-Wageningen railway station. Navigation address: Nieuwe Kazernelaan 120.
Disabled parking space on Ginkel Heath
We have a limited number of parking spaces available for passenger cars that carry an official disabled parking card. There is no need to apply for a drive-through card, your personal disabled parking card serves as such. Inspection takes place at the road barrier. You don't have to register in advance. When the space if full, the card will still allow you to approach P East (Sheep shed), provided there is still room on this parking space.