Get away from it all at La Grande Noë and set your sights high in one of the six tree houses (without water or electricity, but with dry organic toilets):
- the Chêne Fou or "mad oak", a bicentennial oak tree with two tree houses and a terrace set on three levels (between 8 and 14 metres high)
- The Sunset, set 11 metres high
- The Fermette, set 4 metres high
- L'Echauguette, set 8m high with a watch-tower theme, with two beds on the mezzanine level
- The Paradiso, set 16 metres high, reached via a semi-rigid ladder wearing a harness for adventurous types. Views over the château.
On site: adventure course for children, boules, farm animals, bicycles, comfortable washroom facilities, meal hamper of local produce, etc.
The ‘Syndicat mixte de gestion du Parc’ is drawn from the Conseils Régionaux of Normandy and Centre-Val de Loire regions, the Conseils départementaux of the departments of Orne and Eure-et-Loir and the 88 municipalities within the boundaries of the Parc. It receives financial support from the French state and the European Union.