The season at the Teufelstisch Adventure Park is over, the park is closed.
The Teufelstisch adventure park is located directly below the legendary rock, the Teufelstisch.
Thanks to its fantastic location and many attractions on offer, it is an adventure park for the whole family.
Felsenmeer ("Sea of Rocks")
The Felsenmeer accentuates the views of the Devil's Table and includes the geological nature trail.
Moving swiftly through the air like Tarzan on a rope, feeling the speed and rushing down into the valley.
Splashing and mucking around is great fun. But you'll need to put a bit of work in first. The water is brought to the surface with a hand pump, then it flows downwards to be brought back up again with a worm screw.
Here children can play and run riot to their heart's content. A large sandy play area, caterpillar and nest swing, small slide and rocking animals offer ample opportunity for play. There are also places to sit in the immediate vicinity.
Labyrinth with bell tower
Numerous turning points make walking through the labyrinth a puzzle. Before you reach the destination, the bell tower, your sense of direction will be put to the test.
Smell and touch path, cave walk, open-air classroom, spring with stream, listening trees, barefoot path, sandstone play area as well as a birch grove with a quiet zone
A large part of all facilities can be experienced by people with walking disabilities, wheelchair users and the visually impaired. The adventure park has disabled parking spaces and toilets.
Come by and try it out for yourself.