Your visit

Practical information

The price includes entry to the reserve and a visit along the 3.5 km signposted route.

Length of visit: between an hour and two hours.

Unfortunately, our four-legged friends are not allowed in the reserve.

Reservations are compulsory at weekends, during school holidays and on public holidays.

Prices

Individual

Adults: €5
Reduced rate (student/teacher/365/”Au fil de la Haut-Meuse”): €3
Article 27: €1
Children (aged 6 – 12): €1
Children under 6*: free
Ardenne & Gaume member: free

* – Please note that the site is not accessible to pushchairs.

Group

To make a reservation for a group of 10 people or more, please contact us by telephone or e-mail.

Timetable

Between 1 April 2024 and 3 November 2024:
Open: 7 days a week
Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm.

Between 4 November 2024 and 31 March 2025:
Open: Saturdays and Sundays; bank holidays (Wednesday 15 November, Tuesday 13 February, Monday 1 April 2024); school holidays (Monday 25 December 2023 to Friday 5 January 2024 and Monday 26 February 2024 to Friday 8 March 2024).
Opening hours: 9am – 4pm.

Access

By car

10 minutes from Dinant, 30 minutes from Namur.
From the E411 motorway, exit 20, route Charlemagne (N97), exit Dinant, follow Furfooz.

Parking

“Traversée du Village” car park: located in front of the Furfooz cemetery, a 1.8 km walk through the picturesque village of Furfooz.

Val de Lesse” car park: located in front of the Gendron-Celles train station, a 1.2 km walk along the River Lesse. If you start from here, begin your walk in the reserve at La Flobette (blue arrows).

Parking is also available in front of the reserve reception chalet.

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By train

The Furfooz nature reserve is accessible by train from Gendron-Celles station (1.2 km walk). On leaving the station, turn left and follow the Lesse on the right bank (GR126 long-distance hiking trail).

PMR

Unfortunately, the site is not wheelchair accessible.