Project Description

Wildpark Schwarze Berge

Experience nature …

The Wildpark Schwarze Berge is a wildpark in the Community of Rosengarten south of Hamburg-Harburg. The in 1969 Founded and all year opened park is located in a forest area in the Harburg mountains near Rosengarten-Vahrendorf and is 50 hectares.
In extensive, near-natural enclosures, around one hundred animal types and about a thousand animals are shown; Including wisemen, European wolves, lynxes and elks. Since 2009 there are also European brown bears. There are petting enclosures where dwarf goats, hough-boar pigs and fallow deer live.
Regular guided tours are held in the park.

You can reach the Wildpark Schwarze Berge in 20 minutes over the B75 or A7.

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