Enjoy visiting this village which has received five awards from the state of Baden-Württemberg for its exemplary disabled access. It’s a great place to get away from everyday life.

Schwarzach is especially known as a destination for day trips and weekend visits. Situated on the southern edge of Unterschwarzach, there is a very popular recreation centre. One major attraction is the wildlife park, covering about 10 hectares and with over 50 species of animals. This extensive natural park is an ideal place for children to make the most of their innate desire to run about and explore. Additional attractions make the Schwarzach wildlife park a charming short-term destination for the enjoyment of the whole family. One of these is the permanent exhibition entitled the Magical World of Minerals and Precious Stones, which gives vibrant insights into the wonder world of crystals and minerals from around the globe. The heated outdoor swimming pool is surrounded by terraces and the alla hopp! Fitness Space with a variety of modules for keeping fit, physical exercise and recreation. These are great places for all generations to spend time and relax.

Local government Schwarzach
Hauptstraße 14
74869 Schwarzach

Monday - Saturday:
08:30 am - 12:30 am
Monday , Tuesday und Friday:
02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Phone: +49 (0) 6262 9209-0

Must-see sights

Wildpark Schwarzach is a large nature discovery park in the Kleiner Odenwald region, ideal for young and old alike. Marvel at the gigantic Mörserglocke, a free-standing bronze bell, or use all five senses in the beautiful sensory garden, Sinnesgarten Schwarzach.

Schwarzach wildlife park


Short vacation for the whole family in the Schwarzach Wildlife Park. No advance notice necessary.

alla hopp!-Schwarzach Fitness Space


freely accessible / always open

Numerous play and sports equipment for everyone, seating and covered play areas invite you to linger.

Schwarzach moated castle


The main building of the former Tiefburg Schwarzach, which was formerly protected by two moats and is now the seat of one of the forest managements of the Neckar-Odenwald district, was largely rebuilt in the late 18th century in the classical style and placed on top of the former ring wall.