The "Ensinger See" is located near Ensingen (a district of Vaihingen / Enz) in the Ludwigsburg district, Baden-Württemberg.
- In the immediate vicinity of the lake there is a playground and a barbecue area at the "opposite end"
- Hiking parking lot nearby, on the L 1106
- Beautiful lake
- no bathing lake (bathing ban)
- more frequented on weekends and in great weather due to the location
September 16, 2020
At the eastern end of the southernmost of the three Stromberg trains, the Swabian Alb Association built a paneled wooden tower on a stone base in 1925. In 1968 the tower was renovated and in 1978 the sanitary facilities were improved. In the base of the tower there is a small tavern, next to it an open refuge with a garden restaurant and in close proximity the new Belrein refuge and a children's playground.
The hut is named after the counts (barons) von Belrein, whose castle previously stood on Eselsberg, but of which hardly any remains can be seen.
November 10, 2020
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