Pure enjoyment of nature
In the north of the green district of Spandau lies Spandauer Forst and the city noise can hardly be heard here. Around 1,340 hectares of nature with forests, moorlands and a rich flora and fauna spread out here.
Numerous branching paths invite hikers to explore the mixed forest, repeatedly interrupted by sunlit clearings and meadows. The moors Teufelsbruch and Großer und Kleiner Rohrpfuhl are nature reserves.
The Spandau Forest: Hiking, Cycling, Bathing
On the way through the forest, birdwatchers and ornithologists can make numerous observations: The Spandau Forest is one of the EU bird sanctuaries. Near the Spandauer Revierförsterei, an observation tower also invites you to experience the animals of the enclosure up close: Wild boar, fallow deer, roe deer, red deer as well as mouflon. Comfortable wooden benches at the Kuhlaken pond provide an opportunity to relax and rest.
On the northern border with Brandenburg, a section of the Berlin Wall Trail runs through Spandauer Forst.
In summer, the Bürgerablage bathing area on the Havel invites visitors to take a refreshing dip in the cool water. Thirsty visitors are invited to enjoy a cool drink at the Jagdhaus Spandau.