Packed everything? Then send the backpack to yourself or your companion and set off.
Whether attractive parks or spacious and natural areas: once game enclosures were used for wood and food production and hunting and were located on the edge of the property of the respective owner. Some of these game enclosures are still preserved today, others have been newly created.
Walk like Alexander II of Velen. The Tiergarten Schloss Raesfeld invites you to stroll along the count's paths and, with a bit of luck, catch a glimpse of one or the other stately red deer.
Note: Posters and banners in Tiergarten Schloss Raesfeld are not! property of Naturpark High mark....
The wildlings from the Merfeld. The wild horse enclosure in the Merfelder Bruch is one of the most worth seeing destinations in the Münsterland and is west of Dülmen.
With a herd of approx. 400 wild horses and on an extensive area of pasture, moor, heather, birch scrub and oak stands, the only wild horse stud in Europe ...
In the midst of a wonderful forest landscape lies the Naturwildpark Granat. Local and exotic animals can be observed here. With a few exceptions, the animals roam freely on the 600.000m² park area, spacious and natural. Exceptions: kangaroos, lynx, wild boar and wolves.
Up to two hours
Excursion into the countryside. In the northeast of Bocholt lies the Bocholt city forest, which invites you to stroll, stroll, run and linger on 69 hectares.
Beautiful walks that lead past forest and meadow enclosures where wild boar, fallow deer and red deer live.
Younger visitors will also get their money's worth, because here you can see goats and sheep up close.
On a discovery tour through the game kingdom. The Dülmenhe wildlife park is one of the most beautiful and attractive parks in the area Münsterland and it is home to many native animals: discover fallow deer, sheep and moorland sheep that roam freely in the park.
Just a few minutes' walk from the city center, it invites you to stroll on more than 25 hectares, to ...