Loisirs - Sport - Nature

Climbing, horseriding and karting.



Phone :  02 99 93 70 70

Fax : 02 99 08 97 72



In this park of 25 hectares of woods and meadows, 400 animals live in semi-freedom. Llamas, alpacas, Highland cattle, Herefords, Aurochs, water buffaloes, watussis, zebus, camels, dromedaries, horses, donkeys, sheep and goats, can be seen close-up.

This observation can be done independently, on foot, or by little train. Part of the course is also accessible by pedalkart.

Discover around the main courtyard, the miniature Breton village, insect village, and the bird house which is home to many species.

For the little ones, there is a Children's Farm, an informative and interactive place where they can stroke the animals and give them pop-corn.

In the afternoon children can enjoy free pony rides. Attention the number of places is limited, take a ticket at the entrance.

After discovery comes fun, with a beautiful outdoor play area where there is a variety of palygroung equipment such as swings and roundabouts, slides and a zip wire. You can also try some traditional Breton games.

There are two picnic areas the first, a shaded area, is near the children's farm and the second under a marquee.

A bar and restaurant has been set up in the building facing the manor house. In this place you will find a small à la carte restaurant from € 3 and a full menu for € 10.

In the shop you can taste the jams of Bois Jumel made in the establishment as well as the charcuterie. A wide range of souvenirs is also available.

Opening times:

Low season

The Park is open every day from April 1st to May 31st and from September 1st to September 30th from 10am to 6pm. No entry after 4.30 pm

From October 1st to November 11th the park is open only on Wednesdays, weekends and holidays from 10am to 6pm. No entry after 4.30 pm Except for groups -on reservation.

High season

From June 1st to August 31st, the park is open every day from 10am to 7pm. No entry after 5.30pm.