The Gros-Chêne site

Haguenau
Schwabwiller Road
Haguenau forest
67500
Haguenau
+03 88 06 59 99 XNUMX
tourisme@agglo-haguenau.fr

Location and access

  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
  • The Gros-Chêne site
At the edge of the Eberbach stream, we discover the Gros Chêne site. Its name is due to a tree 5 to 6 centuries old struck down on November 13, 1913. There remains today part of the trunk capped with a sheet metal hat.
Each year the patronal feast of St-Arbogast is celebrated in the small chapel built in 1955. You will find near the Gros-Chêne site a picnic area, a playground and an inn. The site is also the starting point, or a stage, of numerous marked paths of pedestrian walks, cycle touring and mountain biking circuits, fitness trail, as well as a path accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Covid-19 Information

Opening, proposed sales service (post containment)
Open to the public
Protective measures
The service provider declares to comply with health protocols

Practical information and services

Type of places to visit
Forest / tree
Onsite
restaurant

Location

Situation
In forest
Login
By a small asphalt road

Opening dates and periods