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Elm/Oste Boat Club Boat Docks

Elm/Oste Boat Club Boat Docks
The boat dock operated by Bootsclub Elm/Oste e.V. in the Bremervörde-Elm district is 250 m long, and guests are welcome to dock after registering with the harbourmaster and paying a fee (contact by phone at 04761-4734 or 0162-1384334, or write to There are water and power hookups on the dock, while toilets and waste containers can be found on the association’s premises. Guests can make use of the association’s slip facility in exchange for a small fee for towable boats. The nearby bakery Beushausen und Schomakers Landgasthaus is a good place to place to purchase supplies.
On the way to the Elm/Oste dock, the skipper at the Bremervörde-Ostendorf Boat Dock (KM 8.5) offers a good place to take a break along the way. The dock is operated by the Vörder Yacht Club Bremervörde. Guests are welcome, but there is no infrastructure.

Excursion destinations
Diverse bicycle and hiking trails are simply waiting to be explored. In the nature and recreation park of the nearby Vörder See, visitors can embark on a journey of discovery in the ‘World of the Senses’, the ‘House of the Forest’, the Café Dunkel, the NABU Environment Pyramid, the various themed gardens, the playgrounds and water parks for little ones, the Lower Saxon farm estate ‘Haus am See’, or in the sculpture garden.
Other highlights include the family swimming pool ‘Delphino’ (, the Bachmann Museum (, the Stuhmer Museum, the Auepark with its ‘talking tree tour’, and rides on the historic (Moorexpress In Bremervörde-Elm, you can visit the Dutch Windmill ‘Henriette’ (phone: 04761-4130). Additional information and event tips at