Welcome to the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrück

I like to be here!

In our nearly 100-acre zoo with a beautiful, dreamy lake, we offer the special nature experience – over more than 50 years!
Enjoy the walk through the extensive nature park or around the lake and be there when the wolves are fed or the falconer lets fly his bird of prey.
And the best for all animal lovers: many of our animals can be fed directly from your hand!

  • Free admission for all Halloweeners!
    Whoever comes to the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrück in Rheinböllen with Halloween costumes on Thursday, 31 October 2019, will receive free admission! The weather should be nice, so enjoy your time with us in the park again! […]
  • HirschziegenantilopenbockNew herd of Indian Blackbucks
    Since a few weeks a group of blackbucks is living in the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrück. Their new home is between the raccoons and the highland cattle. Blackbucks used to be a widespread and common antelope species in India. However, because of their beauty, they were strongly hunted. These days, however, populations are no longer considered endangered.       […]


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In addition to our numerous animals we offer for a successful visit:

  • Cost-effective wild food for all forest animals
  • Free barbecue area
  • Free parking
  • Sufficient bus parking, right in front of the entrance
  • Visitor tours (after registration)
  • Well behaved dogs (kept on a leash) are welcome
  • Huge children’s playground and much more …
  • At the BAB 61 – exit Rheinböllen

Our special animal experience offers

  • JahreskarteAnnual ticket – the year-round gift for yourself or others
    For the animal and nature lover who would like to experience the change of seasons in the Hochwildschutzpark, in the animal enclosures, on the water, in the forest or the open spaces, the annual ticket is the right choice. Or how about a gift for relatives, friends and acquaintances - a gift that will be remembered for a whole year. The ticket holder has 12 months - 365 days - free entry for as many park visits as he likes. […]