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Parc de loirsirs de la Toison d'Or - Leasure Parc in Dijon : Sport Game Area (France)
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Un parc très apprécié par les habitants de ce quartier en pleine expansion.


Situé au Nord de Dijon, dans les nouveaux quartiers du Clos de Pouilly, cet ancien parc récréatif a été cédé à la ville de Dijon en 1993.

Cet espace de 13 hectares est tourné vers les jeux, le sport et les loisirs.



Un parc très apprécié par les habitants de ce quartier en pleine expansion :

Sa configuration :
• parcours de santé
• bassin d'un hectare

Sa végétation :
• roseraie
• massifs de plantes vivaces et annuelles
• nombreux arbres et arbustes

Son organisation :
• enclos animalier
• petit bassin agrémenté d'une cascade où s'ébattent des canards
• manège pour enfants (en saison)
• espace avec des mini-terrains de basket et football
• tennis de table
• aire de jeux de boules
• jeux pour enfants
• mini-golf (en saison)
• piste de patins à roulettes
• abri pique-nique
• buvette, sanitaires

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Copyright: Rizzotti andré
Type: Spherical
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Hochgeladen: 18/07/2011
Aktualisiert: 06/08/2014
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