Parc de loisirs Casse Noisette

Parc de loisirs Casse Noisette

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A nature leisure park that offers a spectacular net course at the top of the trees, a canopy of perched huts and 1.5 hectares of games and discoveries, in the magnificent world of the Nutcracker squirrel and his friends of the forest.

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  • Address
    • Parc Accroche Aventure
    • 281 Chemin de Lafébre
    • 30760
    • Saint-Julien-de-Peyrolas
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  • Phone +33 (0)7 81 14 98 06
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New in the region!
Your brand new nature leisure park opens its doors and unveils 1.5 hectares of games and discoveries in the wonderful world of casse noisette, an amazing little squirrel always accompanied by his friends the animals of the forest.
A spectacular journey awaits you through net courses at the top of tall trees, a canopy of perched huts where young and old will blossom in this magical universe.
The little cubs, from 2 years old, will be able to stretch their legs on our accro-kids tree course, jump in suspended nets, slide on super zip lines and hurtle down our sledding tracks on buoys!
For the older kids, the park's crazy animals will take great pleasure in challenging you on a multitude of games and challenges to test your physical and intellectual abilities:
Take on the challenge of the saïmiri, a ninja arena that will challenge your monkey skills.
To unlock the secrets of the forest with our Nature Escape Games, you'll need to be as cunning as a fox and have the eyes of a lynx!
Not being a nerd will be the key to finding your way out of the labyrinth.
An Akroh-Lanta challenge, challenges to be taken up in tribe or cohesion and surpassing oneself will allow you to win the tests and to rise to the victory.
For a nature break, our relaxation area will allow the whole family to enjoy the calm and soothing environment of the hazelnut forest.
With our cold drinks and comforting snacks, all these adventures to be lived in family will be able to be told around a table in the shade of our trees.