Accompanied by a forest guide, you will seat yourself in an all-terrain vehicle and explore a complex and peaceable environment. Your visit of the ponds, prairies and heaths of the largest enclosed nature reserve in Europe will give you valuable information on management of wild flora and fauna. And during a stopover in the spacious trophy room, you will have the privilege of discovering how a stag’s antlers can develop over seven years.
You will relish an unforgettable moment amidst the ferns in the clearings where all of a sudden as you take a turn, you may espy large forest animals.
As the park of Chambord hosts a density of stags and wild boars facilitating their observation, it is hardly an uncommon occurrence to cross paths with them in broad daylight.
Peak season : up to 6 departures a day
Off-peak season: up to 3 departures a day
For information on times of departure, please contact the booking department.
Reservation recommended, subject to availability.
Number of seats: 8 persons maximum
Minimum age: 3 years
Prices: 18€ /12€ (reduced price for children from 5 to 17 years old)
(information valid for individual visits. Consult us on prices for “on-request” visits)
Summary sheets available in English
Information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org – tel. +33 (0)2 54 50 40 00.
The mating period for deer, known in French as the brame and in English as the slab or bellow of the stag, is the perfect moment for observation of the king of the forest. Accessible from a watchtower in a zone closed to the public.
3h. Groups limited to 16 persons.
Minimum required age: 12 years. Reservation recommended.
Prices: 35 euros (morning, departure around 6.30 to 7 am ) / 40 euros (evening, departure at 6 to 7 pm )
Along the canal, a four-kilometer stroll by foot, on a bike or in a cart can be undertaken all year long, representing the perfect way to discover the fauna and the flora of an outstanding ecological reserve. Observatories, pontoons and ample pedagogical material await visitors with curiosity about nature.
Starting in May, more than twenty kilometers of newly created pathways enable visitors to discover the untold wealth and biological diversity of the park of Chambord.
The trail incorporates several dozen acres located in the very heart of the forest. A walker has access to the Avenue du Roi (King’s Avenue), which leads directly to the southern facade of the château at the angle desired by Louis XIV.
Access to two ponds, Étang de la Faisanderie and Étang des Bonshommes, offers a particularly animated vision of the nearest Sologne landscapes.
The objective of these innovations is to recover the logic of landscape development in the Chambord estate by carefully consulting the studies of the different sites carried out by the competent services.