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Summer break countdown, Day 3

Jun 29, 20150 comments

Today we are talking about some of the smaller amusement parks in Germany.

If you are looking for a list of the large and most popular parks, check out the link here

Parks in Germany

Geiselwind One of the smaller parks i have fond memories of is  Geiselwind,

Located at the edge of Steigerwald Nature Park.

Here is some information of their site :

A warm welcome to Freizeit-Land Geiselwind, Bavaria´s leading amusement park.
Lying at the edge of Steigerwald Nature Park, Freizeit-Land is one of the most popular destinations in South Germany.
Awaiting you, on an area of approximaly 400,000 sq.m., is a modern leisure operation with numerous rides, play grounds, live shows, electronic theatres, animal shows, exhibitions and idyllic relaxation areas.
Contact:
Phone 09556 – 92110 or mail info@freizeit-land.de

Geiselwind is located at the autobahn A3 between Nuremberg and Würzburg. Exit no. 76 “Geiselwind”.
From Württemberg:
Take the autobahn A81: Exit at Würzburg for the A3 in direction to Nuremberg.
From Thuringia and Saxony:
You reach Geiselwind via A71 (Meiningen-Schweinfurt) or A73 (Coburg-Bamberg) or A9 and A70 (Hof-Nürnberg).
Address: 96160 Geiselwind, Wiesentheider Str. 25
There are always sufficient parking places for free at your disposal.

For more information check out their site:

Geiselwind Park

The second small par is

Freizeitpark Lochmühle

Freizeitpark Lochmühle has been an extraordinary and popular attraction in the Rhein-Main area for more than 40 years.

riesenrutsche_1 The park grounds, which have, in the meantime, grown to 16 hectares, attract visitors from all over Germany and offer ample possibilities of retreat, even at peak times.
As a former corn mill with an agricultural enterprise the Lochmühle consciously dissociates from the large, high-tech parks. Instead of offering a few huge attractions with – often – long waiting queues, we count on variety and diversity in a rural environment.

Here children can enjoy themselves with about 100 fun rides and playground toys. They can frolic in the natural river or on meadows, play with indigenous animals in the pets’ corner or, with a bit of luck, even watch little chicks hatch. The possibility to have picnics or barbecues in groups of various sizes rounds off our range of offers.

Experiencing nature, seeking contact with animals, being allowed to frolic around, being together with one’s family and spending time together with people you like:
This exciting mixture of offers, combined with a wide range of personal experience are greatly appreciated  by school classes, playschools and families.

For more information check their site

Lochmuele