“Gnarled oaks, colourful woodpeckers and fascinating forest tales” – this is the motto of the National Park gate in Gemünd. The focus is on the plants and animals that live in the direct vicinity of the gate. How has the forest been used in the past and which remains from this period can still be found in the forest – find out when you visit the gate. Entry is free.
- Tourist Information
- The exhibition “Knorrige Eichen, bunte Spechte und spannende Waldgeschichten” (Gnarled oaks, colourful woodpeckers and fascinating forest tales)
- Digital terrain model
- National Park films
Information on barrier-free accessibility:
- Wheelchair accessible (one children’s area is accessible only via three steps)
- Disabled toilet
- Some films with subtitles and sign language
The National Park gate is the starting point for free guided tours of the Kermeter forest: the Gemünd ranger tour begins here at 11am each Saturday.
1st April to 31st October from 9am to 7pm
1st November to 31st March from 10am to 4pm