Warmfreibad Waldmohr – Heated Outdoor Pool Waldmohr

Address: Badstrasse 12, 66914 Waldmohr

Website:   www.freibad-waldmohr.de

Phone: +49 (6373) 8917134

A visit to the Waldmohr heated outdoor pool guarantees fun for the whole family. The swimmer’s pool has a length of 50 meters. A 45 meters long water slide leads into the non-swimmer’s pool. The diving tower has three different altitudes: 1 meter, 3 meters and 5 meters. The little ones will enjoy the baby pool with play equipment. The large lawn area provides enough space to relax, have fun and to do sports. You will find a playground, a beach volleyball and basketball field, soccer goals and ping-pong tables.

Opening hours:
May and September 9.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
June/ July/ August 9.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.
Ticket office closing time one hour before closure!
Closed in adverse weather!
For admission fees please check the website.

Waldmohr heated outdoor pool

Solar-heated Outdoor Pool Matzenbach

Address: Glantrasse, 66909 Matzenbach/ District Gimsbach 

Website:  www.matzenbach.de

Phone: +49 (6383) 7620

Parking: Please park your car at the parking lot at the church in Gimsbach. 

It is just a two minutes‘ walk to the pool from there!

The solar-heated outdoor pool is run and managed by the community. Besides the small pool with a hot water fountain you will find a wading pool for kids. The cozy lawn area next to the pool is the right place to take a rest. A table football, a ping-pong table and a chessboard square are available as well. A Kneipp water-treading basin is located next to the pool. Throughout the summer months special night swimming events are offered – on these days the pool stays open until midnight.

Opening hours:
In pleasant weather from 3.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. daily.
On Saturday, Sunday and throughout the German school holidays the pool already opens at 1.00 p.m.
Special openings for school classes and groups can be arranged on request.
For admission fees please check the website.

Solar-heated outdoor pool Matzenbach

Ohmbachsee – Lake Ohmbach

Address: 66901 Schönenberg-Kübelberg/ District Sand and 66903 Gries

Website (in German): www.vgog.de

Phone: +49 (6373) 5040

Lake Ohmbach is located next to Schönenberg-Kübelberg (district Sand) and Gries. The recreation area is the perfect location to relax, have fun and celebrate. The artificial lake was laid out in 1975. It has a water surface of 15 hectares. The lake is 1.5 kilometers long and up to 300 meters wide. A walking trail of 3.5 kilometers that is unhampered by barriers leads around the lakeshore. Lake Ohmbach is not a bathing lake, but it is suitable for boating and fishing. Pedal boats and rowboats are rented out at the kiosk at the playground. Children will enjoy the water playground with giant slide. Various barbecue areas equipped with tables and benches can be used free of charge. An ample cabin at the lakeshore in Gries offers space for events for up to 400 people and has two roofed barbecue areas. Two kiosks cater for the visitors and the lawn area surrounding the lake invites for sunbathing. Campingpark “Jungfleisch” including restaurant, hotel and 320 pitches for camping is the perfect location for an overnight stay. Fun for the whole family is guaranteed! A special event attracting visitors from near and far is the romantic Ohmbach Lake Festival. Each year it takes place the third weekend in July for three days.

Lake Ohmbach in Schönenberg-Kübelberg

Begehbares Geschichtsbuch – Accessible History Book

Along five loop trails 3.000 years of history come to life in the Oberes Glantal Union Community. The loop trails are called Diamantschleiferweg (Diamond Cutter Trail), Kirschenlandwanderweg (Cherry County Hiking Trail) and Ritter Gerin Weg (Knight Gerin Trail). In spring 2021 two new trails will be added: The Bergmannsbauernweg (Miner’s and Farmer’s Trail) and the Weg-Jüdische Kultur (Hiking Trail Jewish Culture). At various locations this “Accessible History Book“ shows the historic development of the region as well as distinctive scenic spots. Information boards as well as replicas of historical sites illustrate historical, geological and topographical features.

Logo Accessible History Book Union Community Oberes Glantal

Glan-Blies-Radweg – Bike Trail

Locally the trail leads along Matzenbach, Glan-Münchweiler, Nanzdietschweiler, Bruchmühlbach-Miesau,

Schönenberg-Kübelberg, Waldmohr

Website: www.glan-blies-weg.de

From Saarguemines in France to Staudernheim in Germany this border-crossing bike trail of 130 km (81 miles) mainly leads along the rivers Glan and Blies. To a large extent the route follows former railway tracks apart from road traffic. For this reason the trail is ideal to cycle for families, but savorers as well as tour bikers also appreciate this fact.

Bikers taking a break along Glan-Blies Bike Trail
© Harald Hartusch

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