In less than an hour’s drive from Berlin you can get to the Schorfheide Game Park which harmonises snugly with the surrounding Barnim landscape. It is situated in the largest close forest area in Germany – the Biosphere Reserve Schorfheide-Chorin. You can tour the Game Park’s 7 km (4 mi) long network of walking trails combined with rest and picnic areas on foot, bike or in a horse-drawn carriage, which offers you relaxation in nature as well as an instructive leisure activity. Dogs kept on leads are welcome.
Big game and rare old domestic animal breeds that are threatened by extinction can be watched in spaciously laid-out enclosures. The park has been designed barrier-free to fit the needs of people with disabilities. People in wheelchairs get to all enclosures on paved trails.
Our park is especially attractive for families with children. Our petting area offers plenty of hands-on fun with the animals. Children enjoy romping around in our big playground. Guests are welcome to relax and enjoy a good meal in our visitors’ centre or in our “Little Village” with field oven and campfire.
We look forward to your visit!
The Schorfheide Heathland and the Chorin terminal moraine curve form one of Germany’s biggest nature reserves, the Biosphere Reserve Schorfheide-Chorin, which was created in 1990. The special charm of this glacial landscape lies in its extended forests, meadows, moors and marshes, lakes and brooks. It is the habitat of rare plants and animals like the white-tailed sea eagle, osprey, crane, great bittern, the European pond turtle, beaver or European otter.
More information on the Biosphere Reserve
Our playground now has a new climbing tower with slide and we were also able to have a new play structure - the "Tree of the Wise" - built!
The children from the Borstel day-care centre in Groß Schönebeck have already been able to open and inaugurate the new slide with the head of the wildlife park, Imke Heyter.
As a precaution, we would like to point out that we accept no liability for any personal injury and/or damage to property that may occur when using our play equipment. (Schorfheide Wildlife Park visitor regulations)