The Fosse Maussoin departmental park, 14 hectares of greenery in the heart of Seine-Saint-Denis

The Fosse Maussoin departmental park, 14 hectares of greenery in the heart of Seine-Saint-Denis
The Fosse Maussoin departmental park, 14 hectares of greenery in the heart of Seine-Saint-Denis

Nestled in the heart of the Seine-Saint-Denis department, the Fosse Maussoin park is the largest green lung in Clichy-sous-Bois.

With over 14 hectares of greeneryTHE Fosse Maussoin departmental park remains undoubtedly the largest green space in Clichy, where it is pleasant to walk, jog or cycle. On the site of the Fosse Maussoin park there was previously the Bondy forestof which a few hundred-year-old oaks now remain.

Class Natural area of ​​ecological fauna and flora interest (ZNIEFF) since 1985, the park has numerous facilities: picnic tables if you opt for an outdoor lunch on sunny days, play areas for children… For the more sporty, fitness traila weight training area as well as hiking trails cross the park. Get up from the park’s belvedere and enjoy the view of the entire green space and the surrounding area.

The Fosse Maussoin park in Clichy-sous-Bois (93) is open every dayall year round, with times changing depending on the month of the year.

To get there from Paris, it is advisable to take the RER E from the Gare du Nord or de l’Est, towards Chelles-Gournay (Raincy Villemomble Montfermeil descent stop) then get on the bus n°602 (direction Montfermeil hospital, get off at the Temple stop). It is also possible to get there from the tram line T4 (Romain Rolland or Léon Blum rulings).


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