Arriving by car
A24 towards Berlin, exit 18 Meyenburg, onto the B 103 towards Meyenburg. In Meyenburg continue on the B 103 towards Plau am See. After approx. 6 km, at the beginning of Ganzlin, turn right towards Röbel/Müritz. After approx. 2 km turn right onto the B 198 towards Röbel/Müritz. After approx. 1 km turn left and follow the brown signs towards "BÄRENWALD". After approx. 1 km you will find the car park on the left-hand side.
A 19 towards Rostock, exit 18 Röbel/Müritz. Continue on the B 198 towards Plau am See. After approx. 10 km pass through the village of Stuer. Shortly after, turn right and follow the brown signs to "BÄRENWALD". After approx. 1 km you will find the car park on the left.From Rostock:A19 towards Berlin, exit 18 Röbel/Müritz. Continue on the B 198 towards Plau am See. After approx. 10 km pass through the village of Stuer. Shortly after, turn right and follow the brown signs to "BÄRENWALD". After approx. 1 km you will find the car park on the right-hand side.
Arrival by bicycle
The BEAR SANCTUARY Müritz is located directly on the long-distance cycle routes "Mecklenburg Lake District-Lewitz" and the "Mecklenburg Lake Cycle Route". Regional cycle routes such as the cycle tour "Around Lake Plauer See" lead here from the surrounding villages.
By public transport
In the high season you can reach the BÄRENWALD Müritz with the Plauer Rundbus or the BÄRENWALD-Müritz-Ticket. One ticket for bus, boat and bear forest - simply cheaper and more convenient! The combined ticket can be booked by calling the Blue and White Fleet on 03991 66 30 34.
We are barrier free!
The visitor centre of the BEAR SANCTUARY Müritz is completely barrier-free. The shop, the organic bistro, the inner courtyard and also the reception area can be visited without any problems. There is also a disabled toilet at ground level.
The tour of our bear sanctuary is not completely barrier-free. Although the forest paths are very wide and suitable for wheelchairs, we recommend that wheelchair users always take the tour with an accompanying person.
Wooden benches are set up every few metres in the forest for short breaks. Picnic corners can also be found.