WHAT’S ON OFFER AT THE HOCHWILDPARK RHEINLAND
Besides the wildlife, our adventure playground is definitely an additional highlight of the Hochwildpark Rheinland. Kids of all ages can let off steam to their heart’s content playing on the large climbing frames, various slides, zip line and scooters.
The forest playground is situated next to the „Waldhaus-Grill“ restaurant so that the adults can treat themselves while keeping an eye on their offspring.
Our generously sized, rustic barbecue areas are located right next to the adventure playground and can be booked by telephone before your visit to the wildlife park. Each of the three wind-protected areas is equipped with its own tables, benches and a barbecue pit.
You should bring your own grillables and drinks, but game meat for grilling can be purchased from us too (if ordered in advance via the ticket desk +49 (0)2443/6532).
OUR SERVICE FOR ALL TWO & FOUR-LEGGED GUESTS, PASSENGERS AND DRIVERS:
HAND CART AND E-WHEELCHAIR RENTAL
Whether for carrying luggage, food for the barbecue or tired children – a hand cart is a practical helper for every family visiting the wildlife park. This is why there is a hand cart rental service at the park entrance.
In addition to this, we have motorised wheelchairs that are able to navigate the gravel paths in the park for those with physical disabilities. You can reserve them in advance by phone and they will be waiting for you when you arrive.
Due in particular to the recent storms and the need to repair the paths using gravel, we recommend swapping your wheelchair for a motorised one, as it will make exploring the park far easier and more convenient for you.
DOGS IN THE WILDLIFE PARK
Dogs aren’t just permitted in our wildlife park, but welcome! We see the encounter between dog and game animal as an opportunity for you to train your four-legged friend and for him to learn to control his natural impulses. It will be valuable experience for you as a dog owner too: How does my dog react to game animals? What should I do when my dog takes up the scent? How should I behave in tricky situations?
For years now, we’ve been working with dog training schools in the area who take small guided groups through the wildlife park, in order to instruct both dog and owner by way of specific exercises on how to keep control of the situation and stay calm.