Grenspark Kempen-Broek is an extensive, well-accessible area on the border of both provinces of Limburg, near Weert. Here you can enjoy the open space and silence.
On the border of Belgian and Dutch Limburg and Noord-Brabant lies the GrensPark Kempen-Broek, a cross-border landscape that is unique in its size for Flanders and the Netherlands. It stretches across Cranendonck, Nederweert and Weert in the Netherlands and Bocholt, Bree, Kinrooi and Maaseik in Belgium.
The varied landscape consists of several adjoining parts such as a house with rooms. Each room has something to offer and exudes its own atmosphere: forest, swamp, hay meadow, brook valley,.... These rooms are home to many rare plants and animals.
Hikers, cyclists, horsemen, drivers and mountain bikers are more than welcome and can enjoy the landscape, nature or cultural elements at their own pace via signposted routes. We are happy to help you on your way at the various reception points. It used to be a shelter for billygoat riders and smugglers, but now it is a wonderful place to discover space and hear silence.