Acquired by the Department in 2007, the Departmental Domain has since been the subject of numerous developments.

The Domaine de Campagne, with its romantic park labeled Remarkable Garden, its castle heavily remodeled in the 19th century and its outbuildings in a row, opens onto 337 hectares of forest, suitable for hiking.

The castle park is open to visitors free of charge, every day (closed from December to February, except school holidays), guided tours and discovery workshops are also offered occasionally.

The Departmental Country Estate

Since 2015, the site has been classified biological reserve over an area of ​​172 ha, including 34 ha in a managed biological reserve, 138 ha in an integral biological reserve and 165 ha of buffer zone. The Country Forest is notably home to rare species as the Genette, the Short-toed Short-toed, the Peregrine Falcon, or the Echelette Tichodrome.

Hiking in the countryside forest

The Campagne departmental forest, in addition to its exceptional biological wealth, also contains great archaeological riches.
What could be better than discovering them while hiking! Two loops, ideal for families, are offered to you:

  • The North Forest loop – 5,5 km
  • Interpretive trail n°1 – 3 km

  Discover the Domaine de Campagne with your family thanks to the Randoland factsheets. Download them! 

Permanent orientation course

Practice orienteering in all seasons, in the heart of the departmental forest.
Practical advice is given on the information board located in the parking lot, opposite the Camping du Val de la Marquise.

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The bike park

Open all year round, this space is dedicated to the handling and piloting of your mountain bike.
Personalized tracks of different levels, equipped with wooden modules and terrain movements, are accessible to young and old. Safety and practical instructions are given on the information panel located at the entrance to the Bike park. Wearing a helmet is mandatory.

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