In a medieval and bucolic setting with the Petit and Grand Logis de la Baronnie in the background.
The little ones will be delighted with a swing adapted to babies.
For the older ones: a turnstile, a slide, a swing and an acrobatic course for the more experienced ones Why not have a snack on the picnic tables? There is even a book box to escape for a while and read.
A little extra: Extend your afternoon by following the Thomas de Douvres walk, a charming greenway running along the Douvette, starting at the Barony of Douvres and going to the old station, passing in front of the shared gardens.
Practical information: Parking on the side of the Roman road, and rue de la Baronnie Nearest toilets: rue du Presbytère near Saint-Rémi church or in the Barony if there is an event. The buildings and the park are accessible to people with reduced mobility. There are several places for disabled people on the square (on the Roman road side). However, we advise you to come accompanied for more comfort.
Our friends the dogs can walk held in lead