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Öjendorfer Park

Öjendorfer Park
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Whether it's pony rides, miniature golf or hurtling down the slope in a sledge - Öjendorfer Park in eastern Hamburg offers lots of fun in the park both in summer and in winter.

All hell breaks loose on summer weekends in Öjendorfer Park: There are families everywhere having barbecues, picnicking and playing; with mini-golf and pony rides, the park has two other attractions for children. A snack shop and barbecue area are also available. Large sunbathing areas and a sandy beach invite you to a relaxing stay - the park lake is twice as large as the Inner Alster!

Öjendorf Lake has a bird conservation area on the north side where swimming is not allowed - there is a no-swim zone marked off on the southern end.

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Öjendorf Lake, which is located in the heart of Öjendorf Park in the east of Hamburg has two bathing areas that invite visitors to go for a swim. There is a separate defined non-swimming zone for non-swimmers here too. To round off the bathing experience, there is also a large lawn area for sunbathing plus a nearby kiosk.

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