Relax in a 32 degree salt-water pool. Whirlpools, infrared-heat booths, self-service restaurant,
boutique with swimwear and magazines, make-up, ...
1,200m² water landscape - inside and outside, whirlpools, springs, waterfalls, thermal brine basin,
bubble loungers, water slide (106m long, water slide closed during the cold season)
HERE YOU CAN...
... comfortably play a round without rushing, alone, in a pair, with children or in groups, chat a little on the terrace before or after you play, with friends or peers.
Along with that, enjoy a warm or cold drink, a hot cooked sausage, or perhaps an ice-cream.
The facility is closed during bad weather (continuous rain)!
You must always have something to look forward to. For moments with friends and family, in the face of excitement as the spotlight brightens the stage and the mood rises.
In Kletterwald Kassel (Kassel Climbing Forest), you can find your limits and overcome them. In heights of up to a staggering 15 metres among the treetops, it takes you over shaky ropes, swinging suspension bridges and wobbly tree trunks. Please note that some courses are subject to age restrictions.
But one thing is assured: your safety! Climbing experts instruct you beforehand and provide you with professional climbing gear.
Also great fun for children! 8 climbing courses of varying difficulty between 2.5 and 15 metres high for ages 10 and up if accompanied by an adult; 13 and up independently in a two-person team (minimum reaching height 1.85m)
Child course: Ages 5 and up if accompanied by an adult; from age 8 alone.
Known locally as "Eissporthalle Kassel", this is an ice rink in Kassel in Germany. The rink serves as a home-game venue for the Kassel Huskies and for other sporting events and is used as an ice skating rink and concert hall.
If you are looking for a challenge and enjoy moving beyond all conventions, then you ought to enhance your life with something exciting: skydiving. Skydiving or even your first tandem jump offers you creativity and freedom more than almost any other kind of sport: It is the ultimate thrill for both body and soul.
The team at Aero Fallschirmsport have been Germany's number one skydiving school for almost 30 years. Join in and experience the thrill of losing the ground beneath your feet. The experienced skydiving instructors accompany you and provide you with good fundamental training. Here, you can rely on a level of training that is ranked among the best in the world.
Explore the park and experience an interesting range of nature, culture, and entertainment, with something for every taste and people of all ages. At Erlebnispark Ziegenhagen, things are somewhat quieter - the waiting times may be short, but the ways to participate are great.
Explore three large museums about vintage cars, iron cast art, and folk collections. In addition, many games, rides, and exciting moments await you in the Fairy Tale world. The majority of the park is wheelchair-accessible.
After millions' worth of damage was caused to areas around the Twiste, Diemel, and Weser by flooding in 1965, flood control reservoirs were introduced along with other waterway regulation measures. This began in 1972, taking into consideration the leisure and recreational value, with the construction of the Twiste dam. The dam, which was completed at the beginning of 1979, has a storage surface of 121ha with a maximum water capacity of 9.1 million m³. Discover one of Germany's cleanest lakes with excellent water quality, free of sewage discharge. In the densely wooded surroundings, splended running and hiking opportunities were developed, including a seven kilometre long car-free circuit around the lake. If you enjoy some action on the water, there is also the chance to go water-skiing on the Twistesee. The standard includes the annual organisation of international events such as a mini triathlon, an endurance sport week, a public triathlon, or Advent marathon race. In 2015, a redesigned complex with café, market and shower, changing and toilet facilities was officially put into operation at the open-air swimming area.
At the foot of the Dornröschenschlosses Sababurg (Sleeping Beauty's castle) stretches an extensive wildlife park with sunny open spaces and historical avenues which invite you to take a long walk full of discovery through them.
80 animal species within an area of 130 hectares mean that there is a lot of room for animals and scenic views for visitors. Altogether you can see over 900 animals which live here in the original wildlife park, in the children's zoo, in the birds of prey sanctuary and in the Arche Park with its corresponding farm. The refurbished Tierparkmuseum (Wildlife Park Museum) provides exciting insights into the history and day-to-day life of the wildlife park and also gives you useful information about the animal species.
Situated almost picturesquely in the middle of the Kellerwald-Edersee Nature Park is the 27km long Edersee, one of the largest artificial lakes in Europe!
Whether the kids just want to carefully dip their toes into the Edersee or the active holidaymaker wants to experience and enjoy the nature of our region during a hike.
Here, holidaymakers will find a natural landscape in its purest form.
With its outstanding water quality, the lake attracts afresh countless water sports enthusiasts and nature lovers each year. This glorious stretch of land is a true paradise for fishers, divers, sailors and water-skiers. Numerous attractions, sights and recreational facilities guarantee days full of adventure in one of the most beautiful reservoirs in Germany.
Wild- und Freizeitpark Willingen
This wildlife and leisure park in Willingen is situated in the Hessian Diemelsee Nature Park. It was created in 1966 as a fairytale park. Over the years, extensive wildlife reserves focusing on indigenous animal species and their inhabitants were added to it. The leisure park provides further attraction through amusement rides, play areas and leisure equipment to entertain both young and old.
The Wild- und Freizeitpark Willingen is a non-profit organisation, aimed at people of all ages. The offers are for anyone of any age: families, nurseries, school classes etc.
During measures to modernise the park, it was made accessible for those with disabilities.
First created in 2000 and expanded in February 2007 and in Spring 2013, in Kletterhalle Willingen you will find a 750m² large indoor wall. There is also a small outdoor wall, which is also new.
Climbing wall: Height: 10m; Width: 45m; Number of overhanging rocks: 4; Number of grips: 2,000; Roof: 1.40m 90°.