Parks & green areas

There are lots of parks and green areas in the town – the perfect places to get away from it all.



Town park with play mountains

The play mountains in the town park can be described as just about unique. The green oasis in the town tempts you to take a walk or rest in one of the cosy and romantic seats. The main attraction, for kids and big kids alike, is the blue and white mountain range, which is up to 5 metres high in places.

Botanical garden

Since 2010, the site of a former villa has been home to the botanical gardens, with Burghausen residents having donated numerous plants. A wide variety of trees, shrubs, flowers and seating facilities are lovely places to stroll around in the heart of the town.


Completed in 2012, the "Bräugartl" is an idyllic little park with offbeat seating and relaxation areas, where children love to play.

Woodland park

The natural oasis in the woodland park with a lizard hill, a bee hotel and interesting wildlife information. In particular, the wildflower meadow is a delightful place to stroll around, with its wide variety of species.

Sports playground: Motorikpark

The sports town of Burghausen offers all sports fans the opportunity to keep fit at any time free of charge on a total of approx. 7,000 m². In addition, a green oasis has been created in the middle of the city at Waldpark / Bachstraße, which invites you to linger. The five core areas of motor skills can be trained at 21 stations with 70 individual devices: coordination, strength, speed, flexibility and endurance. A notice board at each station gives tips on correct use. From toddlers to senior citizens - there is a lot to discover and try out for all target groups.

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