Take a break from everyday life and enjoy a day or a few hours outdoors in nature. Nestled in the green surroundings of the Northern Eifel and bordering the Schavener Heide nature reserve, we offer a home to 300 native animals on 80 hectares of forest, meadow and moorland. Our animals grow up in their natural habitats. They live together in their respective herds and extended family groups. During your visit, you have the opportunity to observe the wild animals in the enclosures up close and without being separated by fences. In this way, you become an accepted part of their natural environment.
Go deer-stalking in the wildlife park and listen in on the forest and its inhabitants. Our animals are able to move freely around the extensive grounds and learn to accept each other and human beings from an early stage. Within the limits of their natural behaviour, many of the wild animals have become remarkably trusting as a result. They may sometimes approach you out of curiosity. Observe the behaviour of the wild boars, red deer and moose and develop an understanding of how the lamas, Hungarian Grey cattle, goats and sheep and our minipigs coexist.