Registration opens from early January 2023. More information is available at the LRCH Agenda section on this website and also follow our social media.
Registration closes on May 4, 24.00h, or sooner when the maximum registration (750 cars) is reached.
Any member of LRCH, member of a foreign Land Rover Club or a Land Rover owner can register and participate. If you are a Land Rover club member, please submit your membership number when you register.
You register number of participants with or whiteout a car. For instance 2 adults and 2 children. You can register a maximum of 2 adults.
If you don’t want, or cannot stay overnight on the festival camping site, there also are possibilities to stay in the direct area.
Please find more information from the local Tourist Information Office www.visitarnhem.nl.
No, online registration closes at the latest May 4, 24.00h.
Yes, you can park 1 car per registration for free. If you have more cars (for instance a car specially prepared for the location) you have to park it in a location designated by the organization. You can park there on own responsibility, surveillance is not guaranteed.
It is possible, but we can’t make reservations. If you want to camp as a group with more cars we advise you to gather outside the location and to check in at the Central Post (CP) together so you can arrive at the campsite as a group.
No, but we do have lots of activities for children age 5 to 100.
In case of an accident or calamity, first make sure you and anyone around you are safe. Mark the place of the accident or incident and call for assistance of the Marshall/CREW members, or call 112 for emergencies and try to give emergency relief . The First Aid Post is located near the Central Post.
Dogs are allowed but the dog should always be kept on a lead at the location. You have to clean up after your dog(s) because except for the event the location is normally used to herd cows. Cows can become very ill because of dogpoo… So please only walk your dog in the designated places.
There are multiple locations with toilet and washing/shower facilities. You can find these on a map of the location.
There are multiple power points (230V) available, but we cannot guarantee nearby availability. So bring enough extension cord.
You can arrive from Thursday May 18th 2023, 3 pm
Basically the program is in such a way that there is a taste for everyone. Some program components, however, have a limitation in participants, hence some parts are available on multiple day parts. Register for such a program item in the CP. Everyone can enjoy as much as possible of what the LRCH has to offer.
No, the LRCH 35YRS anniversary is a closed event open exclusively to registered persons. This way we keep it safe and reliable.
At less than 10 minutes drive there a several supermarkets in the town nearby called Rheden.
Yes, for your own use.
No, because of the (air) security policies and for protecting the privacy of fellow festival attendees, flying with drones and making pictures with drones is not allowed.
BBQ and open flames are not allowed this time unfortunately. We are guests at a family owned estate. After we all left, on these grounds the cows will eat the grass; not the charcoal…
No, due to safety reasons Quads and mini bikes are strictly prohibited on the festival site.
Solar panels and (small) windmills you can place at your campsite are welcome, provided safety is not at risk and they don’t cause nuisance to other participants. Generator sets are not allowed.
No, related to planning and preparation of the festival grounds it is not possible to deviate from scheduled times.