Dolmen D11 is located in the Anloo forestry between the villages of Anloo and Eext in the Dutch province of Drenthe.
The dolmen is located in the middle of the Anloo forestry, which was planted as production forest of the Terborgh estate in the twenties and thirties of the 20th century. The majority of the forest is now owned by Staatsbosbeheer (the state’s forestry service). Several burial mounds from the Iron Age can also be found in the immediate vicinity of the dolmen.
Dolmen D11 consists of ten side stones, two keystones, and four capstones. A capstone is missing, the most westerly. One of the two gate stones is still present. The gate stone and supporting stones around the entrance are smoothly flattened.
Dolmen D11 is just over 9.4 meters long and 3.7 meters wide.