"De Moerkuilen and Dommelbeemden" Sint-Oedenrode Things to Do Tip by Twan
Sint-Oedenrode Things to Do: 9 reviews and 34 photos
The Dommel Beemden lie on the eastern banks of the river Dommel (between Nijnsel and St. Oedenrode). It is a nature reserve of 100 ha. Barren meadows, a meandering brook dried with small wetlands and old-fashioned managed weiliandjes are the ingredients for this very attractive nature. Adjacent to the Dommel Beemden find the nut pits, a Veenplas by peat stabbing occurred. This veenput is surrounded by a beautiful broekbos and is bordered by overgrown spray heads. These areas have a rich flora and fauna.
The Dommel Beemden Pits and the nut is a 4.5 km long, marked by blue stakes, country road. This route takes in part by sometimes marshy meadows and fields. The starting point is the parking at the Moelkuilen and is accessible from the front Lieshoutse Dike building number 39. There is an information board with information about the flora and fauna.
In this natuurgbieden are several footpaths. There is also a regular basis by local nature associations with nature walks organized.