Kibobad – Indoor Pool

Address: Fischbachweg 3, 67292 Kirchheimbolanden

Indoor swimming pool, non-swimmer’s pool, children’s pool, massage nozzles, aerator, water cannon, neck jet, children’s slide shaped like a snake, water squirt, pirate ship, sauna, steam bath, adventure showers, sun terrace, and a lot more.

Website:  www.kibobad.de

Phone: +49 (0)6352 3130


Eiswoog – Bathing Lake

Address: 67305 Ramsen 

At all times of the year, signposted trails around the Eiswoog Lake invite walkers, hikers and sportsmen for outdoor activities. In summer you have the opportunity to swim in the lake in order to cool down or to promote your health by the water-treading basin (Kneipp basin). Furthermore, you will find a barrier-free adventure path called Naturerlebinspfad and a playground at the Eiswoog Lake.

Website:  www.vg-eisenberg.de

Phone: +49 (0)6351 407440


Golf Course Donnersberg

Address: Röderhof 3b, 67725 Börrstadt 

The fairways are selective, varied and require a well-considered and tactical game division. The golf course offers well-spaced tees, undulated greens, long fairways, several ponds and biotopes. Playing on the 67 hectare big surface becomes a special experience. The golf course is open year-round.

Website:  www.gcdonnersberg.de

Phone:   +49 (0)6357 96094


Erlebnislandschaft Erdekaut – Ecological Park

Address: 67304 Eisenberg 

The “Riegelstein Mine” which is located in the former clay and sand pit area between Eisenberg and Hettenleidelheim, was operating until 1996. After the mine was abandoned, an unique nature preserve with rare plants and animals was created. Signposted hiking trails, several view points and adventure playgrounds invite children as well as adults to spend their leisure time here.

Website:  www.vg-eisenberg.de

Phone: +49 (0)6351 407440


Celtic Garden Steinbach – Ecological Park

Address: 67808 Steinbach, behind the sports ground

A stroll through the Celtic Garden shall acquaint the visitor in an illustrative way with the life, the working world, the culture as well as the natural environment at the time of the Celts 2000 years ago. Information boards display details about specific features of the flora and fauna at the Donnersberg Mountain. Furthermore the boards describe Celtic customs, lifestyle habits, beliefs and technical achievements. For children there are close to nature play areas and lots of space to romp around.

Website: www.donnersberg-touristik.de

Phone: +49 (0)6352 1712


Stumpfwaldbahn – Narrow Gauge Railroad

Address: Eiswoog, 67305 Ramsen 

The “Stumpfwaldbahn” offers locomotive-drawn rides on a narrow-gauge railroad along a scenic route of 4 km (2.5 miles). Rail passengers can get on the train at the Eiswoog Lake, at Bockbachtal train station near Kleehof or in Ramsen West. The narrow-gauge railroad regularly operates from May 1 until October 3 on Sundays and German holidays. First departure from the Eiswoog Lake is at 10.10 a.m. and the last one at 5.10 p.m.

Website:  www.stumpfwaldbahn.de

Phone: +49 (0)6356 8035


Gartenbahn – Garden Model Railroad

Address: Am Sportplatz 11, 67725 Börrstadt

Known as the nationwide only model railroad on a scale of 1:5, that has a passenger transportation license, the Börrstadt Garden Railroad not only fascinates children and diehard railroad fans. The locomotives were built truly to original by Karl-Heinz Jung. With a train station, signal tower, tunnel, bridge and a railroad crossing the premises around the community center offer the perfect scenery for an amusing round trip with the garden railroad. The garden model railroad operates every second Sunday from May until October from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. For private bookings please make your reservation by calling +49 (0)6357 989565.

Website: www.gartenbahn-boerrstadt.de

Phone: +49 (0)6357 989565


Zellertalbahn – Excursion Train

Operating from Monsheim to Hochspeyer

From May until October trains ply between Monsheim and Münchweiler/ Alsenz or Hochspeyer on Sundays and German holidays. Stops are in Monsheim, Wachenheim, Zellertal-Harxheim, Albisheim, Marnheim, Dreisen, Münchweiler/Alsenz and Hochspeyer. Wineries, cafés and restaurants along the track invite you to take a rest. Besides that there is a varied offer of leisure time possibilities, sights and events.

Website:  www.donnersberg-touristik.de

Phone: +49 (0)6352 1712


Pfälzer Höhenweg – Hiking Trail

Leading along Winnweiler, Dannenfels, Donnersberg, Rockenhausen, Obermoschel, Meisenheim, Lauterecken and Wolfstein

The “Pfälzer Höhenweg” with a lengh of 114 km (71 miles) leads through the Donnersberg Mountain region and invites you to a special hiking experience. The route passes historical castles, small towns and woods. Although the certified hiking trail leads you to the highest elevation in the Palatinate, it can easily be managed, since there are plenty of posibilities to take a rest.

Website: www.wandermenue-pfalz.de

Phone: +49 (0)6352 1712


Alsenztal Radweg – Bike Trail

Leading along Enkenbach-Alsenborn, Winnweiler, Rockenhausen, Alsenz and Bad Münster am Stein

The multifaceted biking trail is 50 km (31 miles) long and leads across hilly landscape along the Alsenz creek from Enkenbach-Alsenborn up to Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg.

Website: www.outdooractive.com

Phone: +49 (0)6352 1712