Where in the original development plan of the province (1959) the village of Larsen was planned, now lies the Larserbos. This varied forest has many recreational opportunities, including (approx. 300 hectares) three beaches, meadows for sunbathing and playing, and walking and cycling paths. The area also has two camping areas. The forest borders the Larservaart: an important ecological connection zone of Flevoland. Variation is the keyword in the Larserbos. Variation in both planting and animal species. Two hikes with a length of 7 and 5 kilometers respectively take the walker to the most beautiful spots in the forest. Meanwhile, he is accompanied by the song of coal and blue tits, jays, orioles, song thrushes and blackbirds. You can relax on one of the beaches or the many benches along the way.