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-A playground, farm animals, a 12th century water castle, a 3km walk with gnomes… Just perfect to combine with anything else in the Hoge Kempen!
-This is one of the six entrances of Hoge Kempen
-This is a big park, 76 hectares, with goats, sheep, deer, donkeys, rabbits, pigs, chickens …
-There is a kids farm with farm animals and also a petting corner, your kid can pet goats and sheep there!!
-The playground is partially adapted for children with a disability
-Café-restaurant Hoeve Pietersheim (at the playground, closed for now)
-But there is a canteen at the playground to get take away snacks
-You can rent a bicycle here (only on weekdays and by appointment, more details here
Info and reservation T. +32 (0) 89 71 21 20
-There are 8 signposted routes
-The gnome path is 3km and your kid is going to love it!
-Opening hours of the petting corner
From the Easter holidays to June: open on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 10.00-16.00
In July and August, the petting corner is open every day 10.00-18.00
-From September 1 to the autumn holidays: Wednesdays and weekends 12.00-16.00
-It can be combined with the barefoot path in Lieteberg, As station, Stokkenmanroute in Kattevennen and anything in the area
-About 1 hour 20 minutes drive E of Schuman, Brussels
Neerharenweg 12, 3620 Lanaken
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