Multi-generation playground in the Siegpark
At the heart of the town surrounded by ancient trees with a children’s playground and cableway, mini football pitch, outdoor fitness trail, championship jeu de boule facilities.
The Siegpark is located between the Brückenstraße, the river Sieg and the Siegstraße, just a few metres from the Sieg cycling path and railway station.
Skate bowl and adventure hill landscape
The Skate bowl is located on the Siegauenplatz , to the north of the railway station.
The adventure hill landscape located between Siegtal-Gymnasium and gym.
Children´s adventure trail
A 2 km-long Children’s Adventure Trail with ‘Kiki Eichhorn’ the squirrel, on the heights of the Keltersberg, with a whole series of interactive stop-off points including animal long jump, barefoot trail and much more.
Keltersberg access via Kelterser Straße.
How to get there: Follow the Brückenstraße towards Schulzentrum; then over the Sieg bridge. Beyond the Sieg bridge, take the first left into the Kelterser Straße. A few metres further on, turn right up the Keltersberg.
Melli´s educational bee trail
1.5 km-long Educational Bee Trail in one of the region’s most attractive wooded areas. 11 information and interactive stations provide children and adults with exciting facts and curious details about the life of the honeybee and other forest dwellers.
Educational woodland trail
3.5 km-long Educational Woodland Trail close to the Educational Bee Trail. 30 Information stations describe the life of the forest with its animals and plants.
How to get there:
Travel to Eitorf-Käsberg. Pass through the village and at its exit follow the road ‘Zum Hohen Schaden‘ as far as the signpost
‘Wandergebiet Hüppelröttchen’. After approx. 1 km, when you reach the hikers car park Melchiorweg, you will have found the start of ‘Melli’s Bienenlehrpfad‘. The ‘Waldlehrpfad‘ starts at the first information point on ‘Melli’s Bienenlehrpfad‘ and can be followed in either direction.
Group tours (free of charge) can be arranged by appointment:Regional Forstamt Rhein-Sieg-Erft, Tel. +49 (0) 2243 – 92160
Photosafari on the Wildwiesenweg
The 5.6 km-long Wild Pasture Trail leads through a protected nature reserve, which is home to many sometimes rare animals. However, because some of these animals are particularly timid, the inventors of this ‘safari’ can offer a little assistance: at the edge of the trail, a number of not entirely real(istic) animals have been hidden. Anyone who discovers and photographs these animals can take part in the annual prize draw.