|Location||Hilversum, Noord Holland, Netherlands|
|Operated||≤ 1961 to ≥ 1979|
Anna's Hoeve (Dutch for Anna's Barn) was an amusement park in the Netherlands.
The name "Anna's Hoeve" was given to a house whose construction started in 1844. The owner of the land, Gerardus Vrolik, named it after his second wife Anna van Swinden. This was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in the late 19th century.
The "Anna's Hoeve" restaurant was destroyed by fire on 1 March 1972 but subsequently rebuilt. It again burnt down on 15 August 2005. The site still exists as a nature reserve, and a Scout Hut was built where the restaurant once stood.
|Roller||Achtbaan||Zierer||Family||≥ 1974||≥ 1979||Särkänniemi Amusement Park|
|Roller||Unknown||Unknown||Family||≤ 1961||≥ 1967||Unknown|
The ride names written in Italic are not the official names, but mere placeholders until the real ones are discovered.
|Botsauto's||Ihle||Dodgems||1979 or later||Unknown|
|Jets||Jets||1979 or later||Unknown|
|Old Timers||Track Ride||1979 or later||Unknown|
|Onderwaterland||Tracked Dark Ride||eventually ended up at Vluchtheuvel|
|Sky Wheels||Samuel Butler||Sky Wheels||1977||Unknown||Unknown|
|Sprookjesvaart||Scenic Boat Ride||1963 or earlier||1979 or later||Unknown, trough remains standing|
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.