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Rotwildpark Stuttgart

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  • SpecialGuest

    The red deer park as an example of a historic pasture forest has been a nature reserve since 1939. In 1958 the conservation area was expanded to include the wild boar park. The forest administration maintains numerous recreational facilities such as playgrounds, barbecues, shelters and a forest educational trail. Attractions are the Bärenschlössle and the three game park lakes.
    stuttgart.de/item/show/305802/1/dept/118344?

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    • May 7, 2017

  • Ralf

    Very nice game park with rest stop

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    • May 22, 2017

  • Jan

    The whole area is very nice but overcrowded

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    • August 26, 2018

  • Ralf

    Very nice game park with Rastmögkichkeit

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    • May 22, 2017

  • komoot4me

    Always a worthwhile destination, be it early in the morning or at dusk in the evening. And of course a nice destination by day. Especially with children always a great trip and the Wildscheingehe is right next door.

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    • December 3, 2017

  • 🚶HARALD M. 🚶

    The protected area in the west of the city was registered in 1939 with a size of 518.5 hectares in the Reich Conservation Book. In 1958 the area with parts of the wild boar park and the Pfaffenwald on the northeast and south side was expanded to the current size of 830.5 hectares. The predominantly forested area was formerly used as a hut forest. Today the forest is used for forestry and serves as a local recreation area.

    The nature reserve is part of the FFH area no. 7220-311 Glemswald and Stuttgart Bay. The Büsnauer Wiesental nature reserve borders directly in the south.

    The nature reserve includes the three man-made park lakes, the Roman House and the Bärenschlössle.
    more info: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotwildpark_bei_Stuttgart

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    • February 1, 2020

  • Donmach

    Very nice destination with a possible detour to the Bärenschlössle with good hospitality

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    • March 2, 2020

  • Peter Maurer

    Better avoid weekends with nice weather - then it's more like a sliding park ...

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    • May 2, 2018

  • UweG

    The red deer park is a nice stopover on a walk around the Bärenschlössle.

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    • February 25, 2020

  • Jan

    When the weather is nice at the weekend, it has the character of a pedestrian zone. Otherwise very nice.

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    • August 26, 2018

  • Carsten

    Here you have a great view

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    • April 21, 2020

  • Tom

    It's a very, very varied hike. Many different paths with beautiful highlights such as the tree art and of course the lakes. All hell is going on here at the weekend, so I wouldn't recommend it because half of Stuttgart is there

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    • August 11, 2020

  • UweG

    Nice destination near the Bärenschlössle.

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    • April 6, 2020

  • Waldaubruddler

    Location + history:
    The deer enclosure is located a little north of the Bärenschlössle. The red deer park has been a nature reserve since 1939, and in 1958 the reserve was expanded to include the wild boar park. Points of attraction are the Bärenschlössle and the three wildlife park lakes.
    The red and wild boar park in Stuttgart's Glemswald is probably the best-known nature reserve in the Stuttgart region. Two areas have been fenced off within the nature reserve. Wild boars are kept in one of these areas ("suckers"). The second fenced area houses red deer ("deer enclosure")
    You can go around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The fenced area is so big that the game can hide between the trees and you don't get to see the animals as a walker. But that's only half as bad.
    The deer enclosure is also worth visiting for a second reason. The area within the fence is a biotope in accordance with Section 32 of the Nature Conservation Act of Baden-Württemberg.
    The biotope is called "NSG Rotwildpark-Rotwildgatter" and has an area of 5.3 hectares. The biotope includes remnants of historical forms of cultivation, specifically remnants of a Hutewald (Hutewald is a forest in which cattle used to be herded). The biotope description reads: "Well-preserved hut forest areas with beech and oak. Imposing trees and lots of dead wood. The red deer enclosure was expanded in the north so that the adjacent forest areas can develop in the long term like hut woods."
    You can now walk around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The recommended direction is clockwise. The circuit around the deer enclosure is about 1.5 kilometers long.
    Source stuttgartwege.blogspot.com

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    • July 12, 2020

  • Waldaubruddler

    Location + history:
    The deer enclosure is located a little north of the Bärenschlössle. The red deer park has been a nature reserve since 1939, and in 1958 the reserve was expanded to include the wild boar park. Points of attraction are the Bärenschlössle and the three wildlife park lakes.
    The red and wild boar park in Stuttgart's Glemswald is probably the best-known nature reserve in the Stuttgart region. Two areas have been fenced off within the nature reserve. Wild boars are kept in one of these areas ("suckers"). The second fenced area houses red deer ("deer enclosure")
    You can go around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The fenced area is so big that the game can hide between the trees and you don't get to see the animals as a walker. But that's only half as bad.
    The deer enclosure is also worth visiting for a second reason. The area within the fence is a biotope in accordance with Section 32 of the Nature Conservation Act of Baden-Württemberg.
    The biotope is called "NSG Rotwildpark-Rotwildgatter" and has an area of 5.3 hectares. The biotope includes remnants of historical forms of cultivation, specifically remnants of a Hutewald (Hutewald is a forest in which cattle used to be herded). The biotope description reads: "Well-preserved hut forest areas with beech and oak. Imposing trees and lots of dead wood. The red deer enclosure was expanded in the north so that the adjacent forest areas can develop in the long term like hut woods."
    You can now walk around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The recommended direction is clockwise. The circuit around the deer enclosure is about 1.5 kilometers long.
    Source. stuttgartwege.blogspot.com

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    • July 12, 2020

  • Steffen

    Large enclosure for the deer

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    • July 17, 2020

  • Waldaubruddler

    Location + history:
    The deer enclosure is located a little north of the Bärenschlössle. The red deer park has been a nature reserve since 1939, and in 1958 the reserve was expanded to include the wild boar park. Points of attraction are the Bärenschlössle and the three wildlife park lakes.
    The red and wild boar park in Stuttgart's Glemswald is probably the best-known nature reserve in the Stuttgart region. Two areas have been fenced off within the nature reserve. Wild boars are kept in one of these areas ("suckers"). The second fenced area houses red deer ("deer enclosure")
    You can go around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The fenced area is so big that the game can hide between the trees and you don't get to see the animals as a walker. But that's only half as bad.
    The deer enclosure is also worth visiting for a second reason. The area within the fence is a biotope in accordance with Section 32 of the Nature Conservation Act of Baden-Württemberg.
    The biotope is called "NSG Rotwildpark-Rotwildgatter" and has an area of 5.3 hectares. The biotope includes remnants of historical forms of cultivation, specifically remnants of a Hutewald (Hutewald is a forest in which cattle used to be herded). The biotope description reads: "Well-preserved hut forest areas with beech and oak. Imposing trees and lots of dead wood. The red deer enclosure was expanded in the north so that the adjacent forest areas can develop in the long term like hut woods."
    You can now walk around the deer enclosure on forest paths. The recommended direction is clockwise. The circuit around the deer enclosure is about 1.5 kilometers long.
    Source. stuttgartwege.blogspot.com

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    • July 19, 2020

  • Claudia Gmelin

    Very nice to be able to observe the animals

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    • August 1, 2020

  • Claudia Gmelin

    A very nice way.

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    • August 9, 2020

  • Ulrike

    Nice walk, circular route possible, also for the disabled. 2.2 km circular route from the parking lot. Lots of benches available

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    • December 14, 2020

  • UweG

    The park was laid out in 1815 under King Friedrich I and stocked with 568 red deer and 138 fallow deer. Initially, only designated routes were accessible to citizens for a fee. The barriers only fell with the November Revolution in 1918. The service tree and the rare service tree can be found in the up to 400 year old trees of the park.

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    • February 15, 2021

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