- The day pass at Eifelpark Gondorf is €26.50 making it the cheapest tourist attraction in the Rhineland-Palatinate.
Eifelpark Gondorf features more than 45 attractions on an extensive area, making for a day of fun and action for the whole family. The theme park also boasts its own animal park, a game enclosure, and a falconry, turning your visit into a unique and diverse experience.
Adrenaline-junkies will love 'Käpt'n Jack's Wilde Maus' roller coaster. At the dry toboggan run Eifel-Coaster, on the other hand, you get to decide for yourself if you want to go full speed or not. The wild water ride 'Pirateninsel' sends you down from up to 14m/46ft - no chance of getting away with a dry shirt! At 'Seeräuber's Kanonenritt' you manoeuvre a vehicle along a steep wall at a speed of up to 30km/h. Of course the park also features playgrounds for the youngest visitors, such as 'Purzel's Fahrschule' (eng. driving school), the kids get behind the steering wheel. You can also find a classic horse carousel, trampolines, a Western square and much more.
Explore the Wildlife
At the game enclosure, visitors get to see boars, emus, and mouflons up close. At the petting zoo you get even closer: here you can feed the donkeys, pet the ponies, or meet the tiny micro pigs. The falconry is home to around 25 raptorial birds, and puts on a falcon show twice a day. If you want, you can even hold one of the birds with a falconry gauntlet. When you've had enough hands-on, the nature and experience path playfully teaches you interesting facts about the forest, animals, and rocks.
How to get there
From motorways A1, A48, A60, or from B51, exit at Badem Gondorf and follow the signs pointing to 'Eifelpark'.
At the rail route Trier - Cologne you exit at Philippsheim railway station. From there, a 35 minutes' walk along a forest path gets you to the park.