Created around 1850 by Mrs. and Mr. De Pelagey, the park has a great diversity of remarkable trees. Discover the educational pond, the multisports park and the botanical trail. Games for children and picnic tables punctuate the course

About forty species of trees and shrubs, mainly from Africa or America, inhabit this park. Rare or common, small or large, each has its own beauty and secrets!
The educational pond was created to recreate the spirit of the original park. Indeed, instead of the current parking lot, Ms. Bernard de Pelagey had a pond built.


Individual visit services

  • Unguided individual tours permanently

Group visits services

  • Unguided group tours permanently


Accessible all year round.


Free access.



  • Playground
  • Picnic area.
  • Public toilets
  • defibrillator
  • Parking nearby


  • Coach access

Adapted tourism

  • Wheelchair accessible with assistance
  • Reserved place for people with reduced mobility
  • WC + grab bar + circulation space
  • Site, building fully accessible

Home of animals

  • Animals accepted: Yes
  • Animals accepted without supplement
  • Pets are accepted provided they are willing to pick up droppings. Animals must be kept on a leash near the play area.