Leisure activities in Sankt Wendel County

The Bosiland indoor playground offers fun and games in the former Bosaarium events centre for children aged two to 14. The variety of activities and play equipment offers our smaller guests just what they need to really let off steam. Highlights like the mega slide, the giant trampoline, the climbing course and even a go-kart track promise fun and entertainment.
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Bake bread according to an old recipe in an historical atmosphere – you can experience this and much more by taking part in the baking courses at Johann Adams Mill in Theley. At the mill museum, which has been lovingly restored with original objects and mill machinery, both groups and individuals can watch two bakers prepare crispy fresh bread or learn how to bake it themselves on special...

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Covered wagon and carriage rides represent a popular alternative for many visitors to explore Sankt Wendel County. Discover the beautiful landscape, mainly on forest and field tracks, at ‘1 HP’. The duration as well as the route of the trip can be arranged individually. Groups and clubs can take advantage of half-day or full-day trips including catering. Please make bookings and...

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The family-friendly 18-hole course is situated in a beautiful setting directly above the swimming area in Bosen and has a wonderful view of Lake Bostalsee.

Experience pure fun and entertainment across an area of 22,000 m². A variety of imaginative obstacles guarantee new challenges every time.

The facility has 18 lawn fairways with a total length of 1,100 m. Various obstacles wait to be...

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The summer toboggan run on the Peterberg is great fun for both young and old! The run is one of the ten longest in Germany and overcomes a height difference of 154 metres. In just a few minutes, a modern lift system takes you up to the 584-metre high peak. Then the summer bob takes you downhill for 1,000 m. The real highlight: you can start, accelerate and brake the toboggan yourself. So...

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Nature, with history!

The Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park is wild, idyllic and simply beautiful - and rich in history, treasures and adventures at the same time. While wildcats feels at home here today, in the past Celts and Romans lived here and have left their mark.

Embedded in Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park, it creates a fascinating wilderness in the middle of the old cultural landscape...

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The Wendelinus leisure park in St. Wendel is an attractive park offering a wide range of popular sports. The 5-km long paved circular trail offers cyclists, hikers, joggers and Nordic walkers ideal conditions for their fitness programme in beautiful natural surroundings. The trail is illuminated and equipped with benches, shelters and drinking water dispensers.

The skater park is one of...

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At a height of 569 m, Mount Schaumberg is the 'local mountain' in Saarland, and a popular destination for sports enthusiasts and those looking to relax. Schaumberg Tower, the striking 37.5 m high observation tower, is dedicated to Franco-German friendship. A panoramic lift takes guests to the viewing platform, which is also designed to be barrier free. The tower provides a wonderful view...

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The Primstalsperre dam in Nonnweiler was completed in 1982 and is the largest water reservoir in the region. With a total surface area of 96.4 hectares, this lake is somewhat smaller than Lake Bostalsee, but has a capacity of around 20 million cubic metres due to its 60-metre depth. The lake is fed by two streams, the Prims and the Altbach, which both merge at the dam. The two Hunsrück...

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The Friends of Ostertalbahn working group organises special tourist tours for cycling and hiking enthusiasts, day trippers and railway fans through the scenic valley of Ostertal every year. Passengers can experience the original 1950s branch line and take a ride in refurbished locomotives and carriages on the 21 km long route between Ottweiler and Schwarzerden. Every year from Easter...

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At the foot of the Celtic Ring Wall of Otzenhausen, in the Celtic Park, an “authentic” Celtic village has been created as it might have looked 2,000 years ago inside the massive fortifications on Mount Dollberg.

A total of 10 residential, trade and storage buildings can be seen which have been recreated based on historical finds. The village is fenced in by an approx. 2-metre-high wooden...

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Marvel at the white ice poles on Mars, or the Moon's craters and the rings around Saturn along with countless nebulae and galaxies – in clear weather this is possible on the 584 m-high Peterberg. This is where the observatory of the Saarland Association of Amateur Astronomers and all interested "star observers" is located.

The observatory is equipped with a 5-metre observation dome...

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The Nahequelle, which is the source of the River Nahe, can be found in an idyllic setting in the forest near Selbach. A wildlife enclosure with a large population of wildlife including ducks, geese, peacocks, goats and deer is situated close to the source. The wildlife enclosure is a fun experience, especially for families with children. For letting off steam, there are a playground for...

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Astronomy and space travel in the rustic ambience of an historic farmhouse barn. The main attraction is the Apollo 13 space capsule, which was built for the film release of the Hollywood blockbuster of the same name starring Tom Hanks in the early 1990s. Children and adults can take a seat in the cockpit and recreate the journey to the Moon. The intention of the exhibition is to make the...

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Stay fit and have fun. With summer holiday promotions.

Also ideal for children's birthdays, clubs and school trips (at special rates).

The “Tramposaarium” is the largest recreational trampoline centre in the south-west of Germany and is located right next to the large children's playground on the Bosen side of the lake (on the festival grounds right next to the music pavilion). The...

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Situated in a valley near Freisen, the wildlife park is home to some 400 animals including red and fallow deer, endangered goat and sheep breeds, wapiti deer, mouflon, Barbary macaques and raccoons. Two elk from Sweden also count among the residents of the wildlife park. On the 1.8 km long circular trail, visitors can also see the animals up close - some of which roam free - and feed them.

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