The Jurapark Aargau is a regional nature park just 10 minutes from the town of Rheinfelden. The idyllic hilly landscape with numerous fruit trees and secluded wooded areas is an ideal recreational area. The inviting restaurants and wineries will make every connoisseur's heart beat faster.
Regional nature park of national importance.
The park area comprises 27 municipalities in Aargau and one in Solothurn. It includes the hilly landscape of the Kettenjura and Tafeljura between Brugg, Laufenburg, Rheinfelden and Aarau.
"The green treasure trove" Jurapark Aargau can be explored on foot or by bike: The blossoming cherry trees in spring or the colorful meadows. Regional products such as wine, cheese and meat. Small villages with traditional festivals, markets and customs. Fossilized creatures from the Jurassic period such as ammonites.
Enjoyment trips in the Jurapark Aargau.
There are numerous opportunities to combine the enjoyment of local produce, getting to know producers and experiencing nature and culture in the regional nature park. Would you like to go for a walk with the goats through the Schenkenberg Valley? Or immerse yourself in the production of cherry stalks and later feast on a 4-course menu with cherry specialties.
Discover the Jurapark Aargau.
Because one day is not enough to explore the Aargau Jura Park: These hotels and inns invite you to unwind in the midst of unspoiled nature.
Where to stay overnight
Whether on foot or by bike. Whether short or long, steep or straight ahead. Numerous trails wind their way through the park.
Hiking and cycling routes
Next events in the Jurapark
Good to know
The Jura Park is freely accessible without admission. There is no official park or visitor center.
The office is located in Linn (municipality of Bözberg), not far from the mighty 500-800-year-old Linn lime tree.
The Jurapark in figures
- 241 km2
- 28 park municipalities (AG/SO)
- 40,000 inhabitants
- 425 plant and animal species Species of national importance