The Gros Chene website

Haguenau

Schwabwiller Route
Haguenau forest
67500
Haguenau
03 88 06 59 99
tourisme@agglo-haguenau.fr
Pets allowed

Location and access

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  • The Gros Chêne website - Fleckinger Cyrille
  • The Gros Chêne website - TMT-PHOTO_Emmanuel VIVERGE
At the edge of the Eberbach watercourse in the Forêt d'Exception® of Haguenau, is the Gros Chêne site. Its name is due to a 5 to 6 century old tree that fell after a storm on November 13, 1913, of which part of the trunk remains, covered with a sheet metal cap. Every year, at the end of July, the patronal feast of Saint-Arbogast is celebrated in the small chapel built in 1955.

Near the Gros Chêne site, you will find a picnic area, a playground and an inn. The site is also the starting point for many marked trails for walking, cycling and mountain biking circuits, fitness trails, as well as a trail accessible to people with reduced mobility and pushchairs.

Equipment for children

Equip. leisure for children
Playground
Climbing wall
Swing
Toboggan

Practical information and services

Type of places to visit
Natural environment (reserve, peat bog, fauna, flora, forest)
Opening times
Accessible all year round
Addressed to
Groups
School groups
Families
Couples
Adults (individuals)
Possibility of catering
Restaurant
Leisure facilities nearby
Children's playground within 500 m
Possibility of parking
Private parking for cars

Location

Situation
In forest
Access
By a small asphalt road
Name of the nearest station
Haguenau
Nearest station (in km)
9,3