Kammerforst

Kirche in Kammerforst

Kammerforst with its approximately 850 inhabitants is situated directly by the Hainich National Park. Up to the 18th century, this place had been the interface of important trading routes.

Today, people seeking peace, hikers and nature enthusiasts can choose between three hotels with cosy restaurants as well as several holiday dwellings. Visitors can easily reach the Hainich National Park on foot. The National Park exhibition in the village offers helpful tips regarding visits to the Hainich Park. Children may have fun in the climbing forest and in the wildcat children’s forest with its environmental education station. Carriage rides to picturesque places or the experience of traditional handicraft in the show blacksmith’s workshop and pottery complement the range of offer. Kammerforst is the ideal starting point for city tours to Mühlhausen (10 km), Bad Langensalza (20 km) and Eisenach (30 km).

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Contact:

Nationalpark-Information Obergut
Straße der Einheit 29
99986 Kammerforst

phone (03 60 28) 3 68 93

www.nationalpark-hainich.de

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