Lakes & bathing lakes
This is how you imagine the typical Upper Black Forest, and this is how the many tourists from home and abroad imagine the Black Forest - there is something for everyone. Boat trips, souvenirs, cuckoo clock or Black Forest ham, hikers and Nordic walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers as well as swimmers, all find an extensive destination. Of course, an excursion on a quad bike, tractor fun or climbing in the Action Forest are not to be missed.
The largest lake in the Black Forest is one of the cleanest bathing lakes in Germany, and also the undisputed aquatic sports centre of the Black Forest. The Schluchsee used to be a glacial lake. It was dammed up about 80 years ago and became the highest dam in Germany. The former village got covered by the waves. The lake has developed into a bathing and water sports centre in the southern Black Forest. Anglers, divers, surfers and sailors also benefit from this, as they find first-class sports facilities at Schluchsee. In summer visitors enjoy the long beaches.
The Aqua Fun leisure pool is a meeting place for the younger generation. The heated outdoor pool, located directly on the lake, offers also a giant slide of 105 metres in length, a wild water canal, and an adventure playground for children.
Tunisee Freiburg-North with Wakepark
The Tunisee is located in one of the warmest areas in Germany, in Freiburg-North between Kaiserstuhl and Black Forest. The diving station Tunisee offers diving for beginners and advanced. The bathing lake has extensive sunbathing areas and a kiosk.
Diving courses can be booked by arrangement. The Tunisee offers a lot to discover with its varied flora and fauna. The Wakepark with its modern water ski facility offers wakeboarders and water ski fans a home away from home. Wakeboarding and water skiing is the summer sport for everyone!
The Opfinger Baggersee near Freiburg is located in the Mooswald forest. Large sunbathing lawns, many small lakeside spots along the circular path, barbecue areas, beach volleyball field, slackline facilities and a kiosk invite you to linger.