Bring your binoculars
Spread over more than 220 hectares, Bourgoyen-Ossemeersen is a unique reserve. The marshy meadows invite you to get out your binoculars. Scan the horizon. Admire unspoilt nature. And why not explore the different walking trails? The Meerskant path offers a pleasant walk that is accessible for nature lovers in a wheelchair or with a visual impairment.
Ideal base for an active break
The Bourgoyen visitor centre is the ideal place to start your walk. Pick up a map of walking routes, borrow a set of binoculars if you like and off you go! You are welcome to join one of the free guided walks as well. Find out more on the website. After your walk—or before it—you can quench your thirst in the passive-design building where the visitor centre is housed.
And if you want, you can even book a birthday party for young children there! Your toddler and their friends will have an unforgettable afternoon hunting for Jefke the birthday ladybird.