Breathe deeply. Refuel. Clear your head. Waldeck-Frankenberg offers pure nature. Here you can come to rest, let your soul dangle - and do something for yourself. As a local recreation area, the district offers numerous recreational opportunities to relax. No less than three reservoirs - Edersee, Diemelsee and Twistesee - promise not only swimming fun, but also a variety of exciting water sports activities such as surfing, water skiing or sailing.
You can experience untouched nature in the Kellerwald-Edersee National Park, whose ancient beech forests have been a UNECSO World Natural Heritage Site since 2011. Whether observing animals or experiencing the idyllic landscapes of the Kellerwald: Waldeck-Frankenberg offers unique nature experiences - and a breathtaking view of the stars in a crystal-clear night sky.
Coordinating nature conservation measures, preserving cultural landscapes: The Waldeck-Frankenberg district has founded a landscape conservation association to preserve plant and animal habitats - and thus promote species conservation.
Discover natural monuments
Whether plants or entire areas: Waldeck-Frankenberg is home to numerous natural monuments - individual creations of nature that the district has placed under special protection because of their rarity, uniqueness or beauty.
Bringing the past to life
A time travel through the history of the earth: The Geopark GrenzWelten of the Waldeck-Frankenberg district invites you to discover geological, historical and cultural development at the eastern edge of the Rothaargebirge - also virtually and interactively.