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Barfusspark, Dornstetten

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Reminds me of the fairytales from Brothers Grimm. Definitely worth seeing for any nature lover. We marvelled at the craftsmanship of wooden binoculars available to visitors, the wooden step ladder and...  more »
  • We enjoyed this - family of 5 - the biggest highlight being the trampoline at the beginning, the cold water and then the mud! Was busy when we arrived but people spread out quickly so no one bothered ...  more »
  • I had high hopes for a lovely sensory walk with the family, and it starts really well with great installations, trampoline, water features and more. The rest of the walk is a bit boring and repetitive...  more »
Google
  • A super day out with the family. Good sized car park (but expect it to be full by afternoon on hot summer days). There's a cafe, lockers and area to hose down your feet at the start/finish. Everything is well laid out and maintained. The kids (and adults) will love it
  • Great place for kids and adults alike. Takes a good 2 hours to walk the whole course and has a little food and drank stand at the entrance.
  • Really nice park. Kids will get wet so be prepared.
  • Best in die bw
  • Super barefoot path surrounded by a beautiful landscape. There are various long routes you can go. The Barefoot path is very varied and it was always something to discover.
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