Kierspe with its varied and diverse landscape is located on the western edge of the Sauerland Rothaargebirge Nature Park and juts into the Bergisch region with the tip of the district of Rönsahl. The wide meadows and forests invite you to hike, relax and recover.
Kierspe offers nature lovers a varied recreational area with many leisure opportunities. From the 479-meter-high Wienhagen Tower, in the middle of the nature reserve of the same name, you can enjoy the view and let your eyes wander into the distance. Directly on the Volme is the VolmeFreizeitPark, an interactive park and play area for the whole family. Or head to the soccer golf course, unique in the region, which also offers exercise and fun for the whole family.
Those who prefer more tranquility will find it on a walk around the idyllically situated Jubachtalsperre. Numerous marked hiking trails lead not only around this dam gem. Kierspe also has a lot to offer for culture lovers. The former bakelite industry has left its mark on Kierspe. Thousands of exhibits from the previous century are on display in the unique Bakelitmuseum. From kitchen machines to bicycle handles and from light switches to ashtrays, you can discover numerous interesting things. The Schleiper Hammer hammer mill is still in operation on certain days. Here, visitors can experience how machines and jigs were used for precise work 100 years ago. Incidentally, one of the Kierspe listening points can also be found here. These are ten listening stations in the Kierspe town area with interesting and varied stories. Kierspe is worth a visit!