One of the oldest nature parks in Germany
Münden Nature Park is one of the oldest nature parks in Germany. It was founded in 1959 as the second nature park in Lower Saxony and the fifth in the Federal Republic of Germany. As the southernmost nature park in Lower Saxony, located in the transition between the Weser-Leine-Bergland and Osthessisches Bergland nature areas, it joins the Solling-Vogler Nature Park. The Eichsfeld-Hainich-Werratal Nature Park in Thuringia and the Meißner-Kaufunger Forest Nature Park in the south of Hesse lie to the south-east. Located in the district of Göttingen, there are the nature park communities of Adelebsen, Dransfeld, Hann. Münden and Staufenberg.
The 45,000-hectare Münden Nature Park with the rivers Werra, Fulda, Weser, the Reinhardswald, Kaufunger Wald and Bramwald, offers hikers and nature lovers large oak and beech forests. Whether by canoe, kayak or raft, pilgrimage and hiking on well-signposted hiking trails, horseback riding, golfing or attending one of the numerous events - the nature park holiday region offers a top-class range of activities.