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Schöne Freibäder und Badeseen in Frankfurt und der Region - Top-Tipps

Licher Waldschwimmbad
Naturfreibad Großer Woog
Freibad Büdingen
Opelbad
Freizeit- und Erholungsanlage Meerhofsee
Pinta Beach Raunheimer Waldsee
Schultheis-Weiher Offenbach
Badesee Mörfelden-Walldorf
Langener Waldsee
Naturbad Schwalbach
Waldschwimmbad Neu-Isenburg
Waldschwimmbad Kronberg
Seedam bath Bad Homburg
Stadionbad Niederrad
Silobad
Freibad Nieder-Eschbach
Freibad Hausen
Freibad Eschersheim
Riedbad Bergen-Enkheim
Brentanobad

Licher Waldschwimmbad

In the forest on the edge of the small town of Lich lies this idyllic bathing lake. Around 7000 m<x>ampersand</x>sup2; of water surface is available as a designated swimming area. The forest swimming pool is operated by a non-profit association. However, non-members are also welcome (but must pay admission). There is a toddler pool, a kiosk, a beach volleyball court and much more. It's a passion-driven place that's always worth a visit.

Important info: members must be sure to bring tickets. These will be scanned at the entrance. Day guests will need to fill in your details at the entrance. Swimming will be in "one-way street". Otherwise applies: Please keep everywhere 1.5m distance

Bathing guests who are not members pay day admission: 4 euros for adults and 2.50 for children

Naturfreibad Großer Woog

A recreational paradise in the middle of the big city - that is the natural outdoor pool Großer Woog in Darmstadt. Consisting of the "family bath" and "island" is here bathing fun in natural water. For whom swimming is in the foreground, the family bath has between a non-swimmer, a swimmer and a tower area. For those who simply want to relax, the island is the perfect place to switch off the stress of everyday life. A wonderful destination for the whole family.

Opening hours: 08 - 10, 11 - 14:30, 15:30 - 19:30

Tickets for any of the three time slots must be booked online HERE

Freibad Büdingen

The freshly renovated swimmer and non-swimmer pools here invite you to refreshing swimming and splashing. The very brave are offered a real highlight here: The 10-metre diving tower - the only one of its kind in the region. If you are not looking for an adrenaline rush, but rather relaxation, you will get your money's worth on the 5000 square metre sunbathing lawn with its old trees. For small children there is a water playground. And those looking for activities outside the water will find large chess, a table tennis table and a beach volleyball court.

Opening Hours 2020:

07 - 09, 10 - 12, 13 - 15, 16 - 18, 19 - 21 h

Tickets for each two-hour time slot must be purchased online HERE There are 100 tickets available per time slot. The pool will be closed in the hours between time slots.

Opelbad

Guests of the Opelbad can not only look forward to the heated swimmer/non-swimmer pool and the paddling pool for the little visitors. The magnificent view over the city also makes a visit to the Opelbad a real experience. A Finnish sauna for up to 40 people, a large sunbathing lawn, as well as a playground and the possibilities for outdoor chess, volleyball and table tennis are also still on the great offer.

Info: the sauna remains closed for the time being

Opening hours: 7am - 8pm

Due to the limitation of the number of visitors, tickets must be booked online HERE (available from 17 June)

Freizeit- und Erholungsanlage Meerhofsee

Besides the pools for swimmers and one for small children, the Meerhofsee facility has of course even more to offer: If you want to be active not only by swimming, you also have here the possibilities for beach volleyball, basketball, football or even climbing at the climbing rock. There is a playground for children and the large sunbathing lawn with its numerous trees offers the perfect opportunity for sunbathing or relaxing in the shade. A kiosk and a barbecue hut are also available.

Pinta Beach Raunheimer Waldsee

This expansive natural beach pool has designated areas for swimmers, non-swimmers, surfers and a segregated nudist area that cannot be seen. From 2019, the lido has a new operator who wants to offer its guests all sorts of things. Therefore, in addition to the classic lido, there is now also the PINTA BEACH aquafunpark - A true paradise for those who love to climb, slide and jump. However, the use of the aqua park costs extra, a detailed instruction is included.

Schultheis-Weiher Offenbach

A very popular bathing lake with idyllic sandy beach and separated nudist area. Nestled in the middle of a nature reserve, respectful coexistence of man and nature is required here. Please note: Dogs, swimming equipment, boats, air mattresses etc. are not allowed! And the passage by car to the pond is not allowed due to the designation as a nature reserve.

Opening hours: In the summer of 2020, the bathing season at the Schultheis pond is cancelled!

Admission to the bathing lake is free.

Badesee Mörfelden-Walldorf

Accessible via B 44 direction Groß-Gerau, exit Walldorf-Nord

The bathing lake Mörfelden-Walldorf is a popular destination not only of Frankfurt bathing enthusiasts. You can relax here in beach chairs, there is a beach volleyball court and table tennis tables, a barbecue area and much more.

Admission from 3 &euro; Adults, 1.80 &euro; for youths/students

You have to pay 4.00 &euro; fees (for motorcycles 2.50 &euro;) for parking.

Langener Waldsee

Langener Waldsee is a real idyll and, with 72,000 square metres of water surface, the largest leisure and recreation centre in the Rhine-Main area. 900 metres of sandy beach and inviting sunbathing lawns make the area around the extensive lake a popular destination. A large bicycle parking area is available as well as a car parking area. In addition, there are beach volleyball courts, a snack and beverage stand, and a nudist area. Dogs are not allowed, however.

Opening Hours: The lido will be open again daily from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. starting Aug. 24. Closing time is at 7.45 pm, closing time at 8.15 pm.

Naturbad Schwalbach

The total 1340sqm water surface of the natural pool is divided into three pools: One for swimmers with a one-meter and three-meter diving board, one for non-swimmers with a slide, and another for small children with water games and bubble stones. The pool also has a playground, a beach volleyball court, a football pitch and table tennis tables. There is of course also a large lawn for relaxing.

Opening times: When the natural pool can be opened in the 2020 season is currently not yet determined.

Waldschwimmbad Neu-Isenburg

Surrounded by a park of about two and a half hectares, the swimming pools of the open-air swimming pool offer opportunities for cooling off, for sporting activities and simply for having fun. The large lawn and mature trees are a great place to relax, while a large terrace is the perfect spot for a delicious meal. For children there is a playground and a non-swimmer pool with water games. Simply beautiful!

Opening Hours: Waldschwimmbad remains closed until further notice

Waldschwimmbad Kronberg

The Waldschwimmbad Kronberg is open from May to about mid-September. The special feature here is that the pools are filled with spring water from the Bürgelstollen. The non-swimmers' area scores with a 50-metre slide, and there is also a floor bubbler, current channel, water cannon and back showers for even more bathing fun. Sunbathing terraces, a children's playground, a mother-child area and a restaurant also invite you to relax in the forest swimming pool.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6.30 a.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. (weather permitting only)

Seedam bath Bad Homburg

The popular Seedammbad has no less than eleven swimming pools to offer. In addition, there is a 70-meter giant slide, a large sunbathing area, an area for seniors and in the summer also a nudist area. Here comes now really everyone at his expense.

Info: From 26.06. will be available for the time being only the 50m sports pool and the 25m non-swimmer pool. The other pools will remain closed

Opening hours:

Mo - Fri: 07 - 09, 09:30 - 12, 12:30 - 15, 15:30 - 18, 18:30 - 21

Sa + Sun: 08 - 10, 10:30 - 13:30, 14 - 17, 17:30 - 20

Tickets for one of the time slots must be purchased online

Stadionbad Niederrad

The stadium pool offers a good pool selection, from sports pools to paddling pools, everything is available. It's a paradise for water rats. There is a 10m diving tower, as well as a 1m and 3m diving board and 5 and 7.5m platforms. A 118m slide and the Aqua Fun water playground are among the other highlights of the outdoor pool.

Silobad

In addition to the 50m sports pool, the non-swimmers' pool with a wide slide, 1m and 3m diving boards, as well as a paddling pool, the Silobad also has a beach volleyball court, mini golf, a play area and table tennis to offer. No wonder it is a very popular family pool.

Freibad Nieder-Eschbach

In the solar-heated swimming pool with a view of the Taunus, you can find peace and relaxation from the stress of the big city. The snake slide, the playground or even the children's playground and the many other leisure activities make the bath an ideal place for the next family outing.

Accessible by bus, bus stop Heinrich-Becker-Str.

Freibad Hausen

The Hausen outdoor pool has a combined swimmer and non-swimmer pool as well as a large playground and sunbathing lawn with sunny and shady spots. A special feature of the outdoor pool: the pool is heated. So here you can confidently go swimming even in cloudy summer weather.

https://baederbetriebe-frankfurt.eventim-inhouse.de/webshop/webticket/timeslotAccessible by subway/bus, stop Am Fischstein

Freibad Eschersheim

The open-air swimming pool Eschersheim, often called the "colourful bathing pearl of Frankfurt", scores with a large swimming pool in the shape of a river, a giant wide slide, a children's playground, several sporting offers as well as its quiet location.

Riedbad Bergen-Enkheim

The Riedbad is heated - in case it's a bit chilly - and offers a 50m swimming pool, non-swimmer pool, a 1, 3 and 5m diving area, huge meadows for relaxing, as well as a fitness centre, sauna area and an extensive aqua course programme.

The bathing time can be extended by 1 to 2 hours in the evening in high summer weather.

Brentanobad

One of Frankfurt's largest sunbathing lawns and a 220 m long natural stone pool invite you to sunbathe and swim. There is also a paddling pool and an extensive sports area. Beach volleyball players also get their money's worth.

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