Sunny-8° / 5° C
This pretty little play area is up in the woods, just a short walk from the WM-Hall. It lies south-east of the Brunschkopf hill and is surrounded by trees and bushes and overlooks both the WM-Arena and Seefeld’s landmark little church, the Seekirchl. The play area has a large sandpit, a tunnel for crawling through, a climbing castle frame with a red slide, a double swing frame and even its own suspension bridge. There are seesaw animals for some rodeo riding, three wooden huts for playing hide and seek and seating and a picnic area as well. The play area is covered with cushioning bark mulch and is located right beside one of the hiking trails to the Brunschkopf.
To cool off on warm sunny days, the Olympiabad Seefeld complex is only a few minutes' walk away - with its slides, children's pool and sauna area for tired-out parents. If you are looking for some light refreshment, you can enjoy some here or in one of the many charming cafés and excellent restaurants in Seefeld's historic pedestrian zone. If you have come by car, there are parking facilities close to the centre of the village (charges apply).