Open all year long, this 21 hectares park, of which 19 are accessible to the public, is a place of promenade, relaxation and observation.
The Géresme Park is a haven of peace for animals and a quiet green location to come spend time with family, friends or even alone and enjoy the landscape and the site's richness.
It is a familiar place for nesting birds and owls that benefit from the old trees and the bushes to rest and to start a family that you will be able to observe in the spring.
In its paths, you might run into goats, deer and Chinese pigs.
The river offers an ideal habitat for swans, mallards, geese and fish that look over you from the corner of their eye during your picnic, on the lookout for the pieces of bread that you will leave them.
When night falls and life becomes quiet again, the squirrels, foxes, herons and frogs enjoy the park, and if you are curious enough, you can find their tracks the next morning on the paths or in the ditches.
Not to mention the flora, which is equally impressive with old and remarkable trees such as bald cypresses, weeping beeches, black alders, and also endangered flowers, which will disappear if we don't protect them (such as orchids), as well as medicinal plants.


Codes of conduct:

Welcome to the park! Please make sure to respect the following rules:
  • Respect the calmness of the site, do not play music or make untimely noises.
  • Respect the cleanliness of the site, throw out the garbage in the trash cans and do not contaminate the water.
  • Respect nature, do not circulate in a motorized vehicle or a bike; do not camp; keep your dogs on a leash.
  • This is a fragile environment, do not light any fire.
  • Respect the natural habitats, do not bathe, do not sail, and do not skate on the stretches of water.
  • Respect the wildlife, do not release domestic animals in the ponds (turtles, red fish...), do not try to catch the animals from the park, do not fish, do not scare the animals (throwing objects, shooting, firecrackers...).
  • Respect the flora, do not step on the plantations, do not pick any flowers, do not break the branches and do not cut the trees' barks.

History :

Géresme was a hamlet attached to Crépy-en-Valois, located between Bouillant and Crépy-en-Valois. The name of Géresme was first found in 1237.

In 1789, the priory of Géresme was sold to the Duke of Orleans, then to the Picard family, to the Abbot Vilain, and finally to the North Coal Miners in the 40's (the 17th of September 1948) to make a holiday camp.

The castle of Géresme was bought by the municipality of Crépy-en-Valois in 1956.

In 1965, a public survey suggested the town hall that a theme park and a nautical center should be built in the site of Géresme, nevertheless, the project was abandoned.

On March 1, 1974, the City of Crépy-en-Valois became the owner of Géresme' park and castle.

On July 14, 1978, the park was finally inaugurated and opened to the public.

Our thanks go to Christelle Durussel and Janine Assié (municipal records) for this information.

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Géresme Park:

Stretch of water, wooded spaces, paths, animals...
Entrance located at Avenue de l'Europe.
Opening hours:
From the 1st of April to the 30th of September from 6AM to 10PM.
From the 1st of October to the 31st of March from 8AM to 5PM.     


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Saint Agatha Park:

Entrance located at Avenue de Senlis and Rue Sainte-Agathe.
Opening hours:
From the 1st of April to the 30th of September, from 8AM to 9.30PM.
From the 1st of October to the 31st of March, from 9AM to 7PM.

Mairie de Crépy-en-valois

2, avenue du Général Leclerc - 60800 Crépy-en-Valois
Tél. : - Fax :

Du lundi au vendredi de 8h30 à 12h et de 13h30 à 17h30
(17h le vendredi).
Permanence accueil le samedi de 9h à 12h (sur rendez-vous). 

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