Animals on Springs
Our animals on springs, beetles, squirrels, beavers, wild boars and bees, all lovingly hand-crafted from local robinia wood, have made even more friends, because from this season we have welcomed sheep, ladybirds, sabre-toothed tigers and other animals to come and stay, ready for you to play.
The cute Snail Train is a wonderful place to play and sit for small day trippers around 2 years old. Lovingly crafted robinia wood figures form an imaginative play setting for small children.
Animal Track Walks
Integrated into the landscape, the “animal track” footprints care great to get to know the tracks and step patterns of different animals. Visitors can solve the mystery of which animal has left its tracks. Children balance on the track bollards to solve the playful challenge.
Chess Table with 2 seats
There are several tables to play gentle games of chess outdoors, which also offer a welcome opportunity to linger in a beautiful landscape.
The Witch’s House is ideal for fairytale role-playing games. The carved broom at the door formally welcomes you into the house. There are two seats inside. The red gable roof looks impressive and also offers shelter from bad weather.
Nest Swing and Double Swing Nest
There's plenty of space for several children at the same time on our nest swings. The shared swing experience promotes a sense of balance as well as cooperation.
Our Sparrow's Nest offers the youngest visitors an exciting and safe way to let off steam. These creatively arranged climbing beams can provide real adventures while promoting concentration and motor skills.
“Spider” Climbing Net
The climbing net is also made from local robinia wood to blend in with its surroundings, it promotes motor skills and strength and is just great fun.
Water Lily Leaves
The three water lily leaves provide unusual seating that not only fits wonderfully with our water world, but also makes a creative visual impact which fits in harmoniously with the surroundings.
The rustic canopy, reminiscent of a simple forest hut, is still a fair size at 4 x 4 square metres and fits perfectly into the environment of the taller American oaks due to its natural construction, offering visitors to the stilt house village a wonderful place to play and find shelter.