Sportparksee Grambke

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Sportparksee Grambke
Grambker See in Burg-Lesum.tif
Geographical location Bremen , Burglesum district
Drain Dunger SielgrabenLesumbrooker SielgrabenLesum
Places on the shore Bremen
Coordinates 53 ° 9 '2 "  N , 8 ° 41' 37"  E Coordinates: 53 ° 9 '2 "  N , 8 ° 41' 37"  E
Sportparksee Grambke (Bremen)
Sportparksee Grambke
surface 40 ha
length 1.2 km
Maximum depth 16.5 m


outdoor pool

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The Sportparksee Grambke is Bremen's largest lake with 40 hectares. The quarry pond is located in the Burg-Grambke district and is used as a swimming lake and for various water sports.

In 2002, the lake was excavated for sand extraction for the construction of the industrial park with the special panorama of chimneys, high-voltage pylons and wind turbines and opened for swimming in 2005. In 2019, sand was removed from the lake to expand the industrial park.

In addition to a large bathing beach, the water also offers many small bays with sandy beaches. The very clean water is on average one degree colder compared to the other Bremen lakes. For water sports there is a regatta course for sailors, rowers and canoeists. A hiking trail leads around the lake.

Leisure activities

The operation of the lake is supervised by the Sportparksee Grambke eV Bremen .

A surf school offers windsurfing courses in the southern area of ​​the lawn behind the raised hill. Kayaks are also rented out to bathing visitors in summer.

When the weather is good, a kiosk is also open in the northeast area of ​​the lawn.

Water rescue service

The water rescue service is provided by volunteer lifeguards from the DLRG district of Bremen-Nord eV during the bathing season from May 15 to September 15 and during sporting events . Equipped with all the usual rescue equipment, they manned the guard whenever this is possible for volunteers. The ambulance station is also equipped to provide medical assistance. A large part of the guard crew consists of schoolchildren and students from Bremen-Nord .

The lake is located in the catchment area of ​​the DLRG diving train Bremen-Nord from Aumund-Hammersbeck .

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Baden thanks to industry. In: Weser Report. July 21, 2019, p. 3 , accessed February 27, 2020 .