The park is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
However, because of the park’s natural, hilly setting, the visit is difficult for people in wheelchairs. We strongly suggest to come to the park accompanied.

New in 2016:

A shuttle to the top of the park: 
A shuttle is now available to reach the summit of the park without breaking a sweat!
Running daily during school holidays in April and in the summer.
Departures every 30 minutes all day along.
Tickets are available for purchase at the ticket windows at the entrance to the park and are valid for a one-way or return trip.


Child carriers available at the reception centre:
This year, the park was called upon by the association Partage&Handicap to adapt the visit for our youngest visitors, disabled or not. In addition to strollers available at the reception centre we also rent child carriers. Perfect for young children, it can be an excellent alternative to visiting the park with a stroller.