Welcome to our naturist terrain at the Pietersplas Maastricht

Our naturist site is open to members and day visitors, and is open from April 16 to September 16 10:00 to 20:00 hours when the weather is good enough.

We welcome everyone, young and old. Our association is affiliated to the Netherlands Naturist Federation (NFN), and we adhere to their guidelines for pleasant nudist recreation. This means that one can recreate safe and enjoyable on the terrain.
On the NFN website this behaviour regulation is listed.

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The terrain is situated in nature reserve De Hooge Weerd near castle De Hoogenweerth in Maastricht-Heugem. The nature reserve consists of a large, sheltered grassy area with plenty of shady spots, two small beaches on the water, outdoor showers and a canteen boat with terrace and toilets.

Sunbeds and umbrellas, you can rent them. We have a fenced-off part of the Pietersplas in management, which is an officially approved swimming location. The water quality is regularly monitored by the government. Small children only can play in the water under strict supervision.

In this picture (W. Vos) you will see a sign of the water board “Roer and Overmaas”. Together with the water board we daily monitor the quality of the bathing water.

 

 

The naturist association has its own Code of Conduct. For example it is not allowed to camp on our site, to make a campfire, to use audible sound equipment, or to film or take pictures. Dogs and other pets are not allowed to enter our terrain.

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Our association terrain is characterized by peace, responsible nudism, natural beauty and cosiness. Discover our beautiful spot yourself!

Happy hour:
For the early birds there is a Happy Hour (coffee/tea). Every day is a cup of coffee/tea for sale for € 1,00. This applies every day from 11:00 to 12:00!

Interesting links:

 

Naturist site

Naturist site from naturist association De Maasplassen

 

Pietersplas

Pietersplas

 

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Cold shower: Delicious after swimming.

 

Sloot

Ditch along the naturist site

 

Etend paard

Wild horse at the Pietersplas