You can reach the Schwarzwaldpark via Freiburg main station (Hauptbahnhof), which is easily accessible from all throughout Germany through the ICE network. From Freiburg, take a regional train to Titisee or Neustadt, and from there both regional trains and buses can take you to Löffingen.
Use the A5 highway and exit at "Freiburg West". Then take the "B31a" or "B31" and head eastward past Kirchzarten, Hinterzarten, Titisee-Neustadt, all the way to Löffingen. Once in Löffingen, follow the signs to the Schwarzwaldpark.
Wednesday-Sunday 11am - 6pm
Right in the center of the Black Forest near Löffingen is the Schwarzwaldpark- a kid-friendly recreation and wildlife park with a great combination of indoor and outdoor activities.
Animals such as wolves, boars, deer, lynx, monkeys, falcons, eagles and many more roam the premises of the Schwarzwaldpark spread over an area of about 40 hectares
Your children will also have a blast in "Sammy's DschungelLand" (Sammy's Jungle Land), which is a huge indoor playground with more then 2,000 square meters of space for adventures. Let them explore a world of slides, trampolines, monkey bars and other fun activities. There is even an area reserved specifically for babies and toddlers. If you are looking for an unforgettable place to celebrate your child's birthday- look no further. This is the ideal place for birthday celebrations!
The "Schwarzwaldparkhotel" (Black Forest Park Hotel) is conveniently located next to the park. Discover the Black Forest, enjoy nature, and enjoy the delicious Baden cuisine.
Escape Address: Wildpark 1, 79843 Löffingen, Löffingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Relax with a cup of coffee and a snack in one of three on-site restaurants while your children amuse themselves in "jungle land".
During the day, observe the wolves, monkeys, and boars feeding in the wildlife park, or admire the flight demonstrations of the falcons.
Visit the "Wutachschlucht"- the Grand Canyon of the Black Forest. Here hikers will find challenging hiking terrain with deep canyons, sunny heights, and dark forests.