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Jaegerborg Dyrehave

#1 of 9 things to do in Klampenborg Features Animals
Dyrehaven, Klampenborg 2930, Denmark
+45 20 21 90 92
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Enjoy the outdoors!

Beautiful deer park that used to be the Royal hunting grounds. About 8 miles from Copenhagen but... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
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Nature, inns, taverns, amusement park , you name it!

Visited the park in May . The park is 1100 ha large, several centuries old, huge old trees , at... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2017
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Dyrehaven, Klampenborg 2930, Denmark
+45 20 21 90 92
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Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

Beautiful deer park that used to be the Royal hunting grounds. About 8 miles from Copenhagen but easy to get there on the train (Klampenborg St). We rented bikes just outside the station and rode through the park. People also just walk, ride horses or...More

Thank Everchase182
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

Visited the park in May . The park is 1100 ha large, several centuries old, huge old trees , at present freshly green. Deers move around freely no matter the neighborhood of a huge old amusement park, 400 years old and several taverns, inns and...More

1  Thank Wanda W. W
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Shame about having a golf club in the north quarter, but what a lovely (and big) park! You start in klampenborg with a beach not immune to some (very) brave skinny dippers - the sea looks but probably doesnt feel amazing. Sandy beaches and an...More

Thank BRod22SCC
Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Inhale the fresh air and enjoy tre deers. Lovely time for families of all ages. Great fun good times

Thank Diana G
Reviewed 17 January 2017

This is one of Copenhagen's most interesting places, for both visitors (who have enough time to explore) and locals. It is basically a pretty big nature park, with lots of trees and deer. It is a great activity for a nice, sunny day, and not...More

2  Thank Ada B
Reviewed 7 January 2017

Nice place north of Copnhagen. Large and quiet natural park for whole day activity on bike or by walk. Perfect for a picknic even with open fire grounds to roast frankfurters. Wonderful.

Thank D0cumenta
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

Visiting Copenhagen for a few days, we felt the need to go out of the hustle of the busy streets and so we found this beautiful park! I think if you are in Copenhagen you should go there. It is huge, packed with deers and...More

Thank EnSzep
Reviewed 19 November 2016

It's definitely worth visiting! It was once the royal hunting ground, and now it was a perfect natural park for every animal lover! The location was just within easy reach,and the vast land covered by golden fallen leaves was so amazing! Finally we encountered the...More

1  Thank Duet C
Reviewed 15 November 2016

One of my favourite memories happened here. My family and I packed for a picnic, unpacked on a blanket in the high grass, relaxed in the sun and ate. Hours later we wanted to leave, but when we got up, we realised we were surrounded...More

Thank Hjortholt
Reviewed 28 September 2016

My friend and I reached the park by bike directly from Copenaghen. The park is beautiful and very well looked after. We didn't know whether we were going to see deers or not but, when we arrived there we found lots of them! It's been...More

Thank Serena684
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How does one actually drive into Jaegerborg Dyrehave since today (was) a Wednesday? I spent a few days trying to search for details of how to drive into the park up to Eremitageslot, in preparation for today (Wednesday). The official park website says that one can do so via the Trepileporten gate. Trouble is this gate is hard to find on both Google Maps and the TomTom I was using. The closest point I found was Trepilevej, but there's no drive-through gate, just practically a dead-end. Left Trepilevej, and found an open red gate further down the main road, only to be chased away by an elderly local who says there's no such rule which allows driving through the park on Wednesdays. I wasn't going to drive through that gate in the first place - I was trying to check out the park's map to find other drive through points. In the end, left the place feeling very disappointed having not found the way to the heart of the park. In case you're wondering, it was raining all of today, and I was travelling with an elderly who can't walk much, thus the need to drive.
7 June 2017|
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Response from Wanda W. W | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the right gate is Hjortekaerport ( gate) accesible from Hjortekaervej, but it is only open for cars on Wednesdays sunrise-sunset time. Alternatives are to take S-train to Klampenborg station and hire a horsecarriage... More
Enrico P
2 January 2017|
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Response from Qualitypro3336 | Reviewed this property |
Yes they do allow dogs. My friend takes her dog there quite often
6 August 2016|
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Response from LilleLine12 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes, at least some of the horse and carriage operators are available all year. Might be a good idea to call and book in advance. One possibility is kapervogn.dk - their phone number is +45 2021 9092 Enjoy Denmark... More