The Reindersmeer is located at the lock in the Bosserheide in Well. Since 1999, the area around the lake has been part of De Maasduinen National Park. In the 1960s, a start was made on the Bergerheide to extract industrial sand for the concrete industry. The Leukermeer and the Reindersmeer were created as a result of these sand removal processes. Nature plays the leading role around the Reindersmeer. Quiet recreation, such as cycling, hiking and horse riding is possible. Swimming and fishing are not allowed here. The lake and its surroundings form an important natural link between the Bergerheide and the Hamert. There are various walking routes along the Reindersmeer. The starting point for these walks is at the information panel at the lock bridge in the Bosserheide in Well. Here you can park your car and choose one of the varied routes.