The village of Enter has been known since the 18th century as the manufacturers of clogs and builders of flat bottom ships along the Regge river. The clog industry flourished and the clogs were in great demand all over the Netherlands and even beyond. Due to impassable country roads, the flat bottom ships from Enter sailed via the Regge river with loads of clogs and other everyday goods. Today, the natural dynamics of the Regge mainly appeal to recreation seekers. It is not far from the Regge valley to the rolling nature reserves on the National Park Sallandse Heuvelrug. But also the archaeological nature area De Borkeld with moors, thousands of years old burial mounds and the largest concentration of juniper bushes in the Netherlands are within cycling distance. And in between beautiful panoramas from the elevated fields on the rustic Twente landscape with flowering fields and fresh green grasslands with grazing cows, horses and sheep.