Wildlife Preserve and Hiking Park in Weiskirchen-Rappweiler



brief description: 

the game reserve with natural preserve is situated near the town of Rappweiler, which is part of the health resort of Weiskirchen. Nestled in a wooded mountainous landscape (580-660 m), it houses a large population of stags and fallow deer in spacious enclosures that resemble their natural habitat. The red deer park, for example, is especially impressive with animals wandering about freely in a 30 hectare savannah-style environment. Visitors can stop at the Waldgasthof Wildpark for a bite to eat. The inn (open Tuesdays 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm and Wednesdays - Sundays 10:30 am - 10:00 pm; closed on Mondays) offers a nice selection of regional specialties. The adjoining beer garden is an equally popular stop-off point where - provided the skies are clear - guests can enjoy a wonderful vista all the way to neighbouring France

relevant filming facts

opening times: 
the wildlife preserve and hiking park is open to the public all year round from 09:00 am until 1 hour prior to sunset. The entrance is free
tourism, leisure, recreation
very well-kempt
Background noise: 
very quiet
the wildlife preserve is nestled in woodland
can be organised by the Waldgasthof Wildpark upon prior agreement with Michael Becker
upon prior agreement, additional facilities for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc. can be made available inside the Waldgasthof Wildpark


sanitary facilities: 
available inside the Waldgasthof Wildpark and on the park terrain
parking lot: 
available in front of the Waldgasthof Wildpark
electricity supply: 
after prior consultation, electricity can be supplied by cable from the Waldgasthof Wildpark
water supply: 
can be supplied by the Waldgasthof Wildpark after prior consultation


Steffen Conrad