The departmental park of the Haute-Ile is the last one to have been created by the Seine-Saint-Denis department council. Its 64 hectares are situated in the last Marne meander of the Paris region not to have been urbanized.
It offers the discovery of a rich variety of ecosystems: fallow land, wetland, wood and prairie... For its ecological richness and its importance for the urban world of Seine-Saint-Denis it has received the European label NATURA 2000.
The park also houses a workshop where the results of local archaeological research are treated.
- Opening 2020 :
Opened all the year along :
January 1 st to January 31 th : 9:30 - 17:30
February 1st to February 28 th : 10:00 - 18:00
March 1st to March 31 t h : 10:30 - 18:30
April 1 st to October 9 th : 11:30 - 19:30
October 10 th to October 31 th : 10:30 - 18:30
November 1 st to November 15 th : 9:30 - 17:30
November 16 th to December 31 th : 9:00 - 17:30
Animations, exposures and workshops : free.
Calendars of the events available at the Parks' Management (01.43.93.77.15).
- Visits :
Guided visits with previous booking .
Access adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
- Services :
Picnic area, Children's playground, Children's workshops, Pedagogical presentations, Exhibition visitation.
- Access :
Access by public transport :
RER A, stop Neuilly-Plaisance, then bus 113 direction of Chelles (Mairie, or Centre Commercial Chelles 2), stop Pointe de Gournay (across from Point P shop).
By local train SNCF, station Chelles/Gournay, then bus 113 direction Neuilly-Plaisance, stop Pointe Gournay.
GPS (Lat x Long) : 48.865272000, 2.563741000