These castle gardens are situated in Grossböhla, a district of the town of Dahlen. The small town has a real treat in store for visitors looking for rest and relaxation, and who want to get some fresh air in a clean environment and a laid-back atmosphere. There is no traffic noise to disturb you, and no one to hurry you along. Visitors can come back again and again to make new discoveries, look at the animals and experience the unspoilt timelessness of nature. Let yourself fall under its spell. The park's pools and lagoons, and the castle's avenues are a delight. In spring, the rhododendron bushes burst into bloom and in autumn, it's fun to collect chestnuts. And wandering among the park's trees and shrubs will help you to escape the heat of summer. The natural landscapes of the park are defined largely by the restored fish ponds, the largely unspoilt woodland with the characteristics of an alluvial forest, and the covered mausoleum. A special feature is the park's many ancient oak trees. A particularly impressive specimen is the Gedenkeiche (memorial oak), whose trunk is about 200 cm in diameter. At the foot of the Gedenkeiche is a memorial to the soldiers who fell in the First World War. An avenue of venerable chestnut trees runs along the Grosse Inselteich (large island lake).
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