De Tungelerwallen belongs to Grenspark Kempen-Broek, a large Dutch-Belgian nature reserve. While cycling through the De Tungelerwallen, the planted pine forest with a heathland and shifting sand flats are particularly striking. On the open plains, space is given to insects the ant lion and various kinds of burrowing wasps. The heathland is the breeding ground of the tree lark, the tree pipit and the stonechat. The Tungelroyse Beek is a straightened brook that drains water to the Maas. The stream rises near Hamont in Belgium and eventually flows into the Maas at Neer.
The Laura woods are characterised by sand dunes, pine trees and heather. To ensure that the area does not become completely overgrown with trees, it is maintained by grazing Highland cattle. Via the Laura woods you reach the recreation area de IJzeren Man.