Recreational Areas in the Allerpark Improve Quality of Life and Create Leisure Opportunities

The Allerpark in Wolfsburg has become a central hub for tourism in the region. It not only provides Wolfsburg with yet another attraction, but also improves the quality of the city as a top location.

Germany’s largest public leisure and recreation park

The Allerpark is a public leisure and recreation park in Wolfsburg that covers an area of 130 hectares and prides itself on offering "sport and recreation for all ages”. The park offers an excellent combination of opportunities for recreational and professional sport, fun and relaxation. The attractions surrounding the Allersee lake include the Volkswagen Arena, the BadeLand water park, a water ski centre, beach volleyball courts, football fun in the SoccaFive Arena and its children’s play area, a high ropes course, playground, skatepark, and disc golf course, the Eis Arena ice rink and a bowling centre. These facilities capture the attention of visitors from all over Germany all year round. The park also boasts a number of food and drink facilities and a diverse range of events for the entire family that have established themselves as permanent highlights in programmes of events in the Braunschweig-Wolfsburg region.


  • March 2010 | Opening of the STRIKE Bowling Centre

  • May 2009 | Opening of the "monkeyman" high ropes course

  • October 2007 |Opening of the HYGIA X-Perience Park

  • April 2005 |Opening of the water ski centre

  • December 2002 | Inauguration of the Volkswagen Arena

  • February 2002 | Opening of the "BadeLand" water fun park

The role played by Wolfsburg AG

As a central link to the city of Wolfsburg and a project developer, Wolfsburg AG has been supporting interested investors and operators in the implementation of their project ideas in the Allerpark since the year 2000. The company has also been responsible for the marketing of the entire park area since June 2007. The Allerpark has made a name for itself as a top location for sport, leisure and recreation both in Wolfsburg and further afield.