Ruffenhofen Roman Park is an archaeological park in der region of Hesselberg in the south of the county of Ansbach in the German state of Bavaria. Covering an area of about 40 hectares, the Roman fort of Ruffenhofen Castle as well as large elements of the associated civilian settlement have survived underground and have not been built over.
The "Roman Park" is situated within the municipalities of Gerolfingen, Weiltingen and Wittelshofen. In 2001, these villages founded the Ruffenhofen Roman Fort Special Purpose Association in order to make the area accessible for tourism, to market it and to protect it in the long term. In addition, scientific research of the site is ensured. The ancient fortification lies around 2.2 km from the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes. The castellum is a heritage site under the Bavarian Monument Conservation Act.
Official Website https://www.roemerpark-ruffenhofen.de/
Phone +49 (0) 9854 / 97 99 242
Address 91749, Germany
Coordinates 49°2'45.79" N 10°29'1.566" E