…Friesoythe is a beautiful city that offers you many opportunities.
For example, you can discover the Zoo and Amusement Park Thüle that offers exotic animals and many leisure activities for kids.
If you are interested in playing gulf you should check-out the Gulf Club Thülsfelder Talsperre.
If you want to got to your limits you can climb in the climbing forest.
If you enjoy water sports, you will get your money’s worth at Thülsfelder Talsperre or Badzwischenahner Meer (both lakes).
Zoo and Amusement Park Thüle
The 17-hectare large park is close to Friesoythe in the north of Germany and is located in the recreation area Thülsfelder Talsperre. This park offers attractions for everyone – for the young and for the young at heart.
The Climbing Forest North is one of the first and best climbing forests in Germany. It is in the middle of the recreation area Thülsfelder Talsperre and next to the Lake with its beautiful flora and fauna and the Zoo and Amusement Park Thüle.
On 30,000 square meters you can climb 116 different elements that are up to 15 meters high.
This climbing forest offers adventures for kids as well as adults.
If you are interested in playing golf you should check-out the 86-hectare large Golf Club Thülsfelder Talsperre. The nine-hole golf course is located in the recreation area Thülsfelder Talsperre. For championships it can also be extended to 18 holes. The golf course offers his visitors all year around a beautiful scenery with its hills and small lakes.
The large dam is surrounded by a beautiful flora and fauna and a large offer of recreation activities. Thülsfelde is a very popular recreation area and large parts of it are protected landscape.
Cloppenburg Museum Village
The Cloppenburg Museum Village is located in the district town Cloppenburg. The museum is an open air museum and it is one of the oldest in Germany. It is an educational establishment and specialised on rural history and agriculture. In several rural houses visitors can learn about the history and the culture of Lower Saxony from the 16th Century to the present.
The Museum is located in Elisabethfehn in the community Barßel. It is next to the Elisabethfehn-Channel. This is the perfect place to learn something about the history of the area and peat cutting.