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Parc Saint-Paul visitor guide

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Visit Parc Saint-Paul, France

At the heart of the Oise, in a shady park, Parc Saint Paul invites you to share moments of pleasure and relaxation.

Bring the family and enjoy the pleasures of the 37 attractions designed for all ages both young and old. Two daily spectacles are also on the programme to ensure a day of fun, sensations, and a great family day out.

There are also numerous rest areas in parkland setting on the edge of the lake, five restaurants, and picnic and barbecue areas, all contributing to making Parc Saint Paul the ideal place for a successful day out with the family

Summary of attractions and facilities at Parc Saint Paul

  • 15 hectares of green parkland and sheltered lake
  • 37 attractions (7 for children, 25 for everyone, and five for the very adventurous!
  • 2 daily shows / spectacles
  • 5 restaurants / cafes for snacks, drinks, meals
  • 40 barbecues available for visitor free use
  • 800 picnic places (400 sheltered)
  • various rest and relaxation areas spread through the park
  • free parking
  • various other facilities eg buggies, microwave ovens available etc
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Practical Information for visitors

Reaching the Parc Saint Paul

Address: Parc Saint Paul – RD 931 – 60650 Saint Paul

From Paris several options are available:

1) la Porte de la Chapelle, N1 direction Beauvais, A16 exit 15 Beauvais centre, RN31 direction Rouen to Saint Paul

2) A15 direction Cergy, A115 direction Beauvais, A16 exit Beauvais centre, RN31 direction Rouen to Saint Paul

3) A1 direction Lille, exit Senlis, follow Cergy then A16 direction Amiens, exit 15 Beauvais centre, RN31 direction Rouen to Saint Paul

Admission Charges (subject to change)

  • Adult (12 years and above): one day ticket 16 euros
  • Children up to 11 years old: one day ticket 14 euros
  • Children less than one metre tall are free when accompanied by an adult

Information above was kindly supplied to France This Way by Parc Saint Paul - learn more at Parc Saint Paul

You can find more travel ideas in the Oise guide and the Picardy guide.

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