In zoo de Champrépus, animals are in an environment similar to their original one. There is an African area, a Malgasy area, a Tropical area… There are also playgrounds for kids and restaurant on site.
As a zoo partner, the campsite offers discount tickets to visit the park.
Practical information : opening times, prices, tickets, access. How should I organize my visit at the zoo ?
Where should I buy tickets to visit the zoo ?
Come up at the reception of the campsite, we sell small price tickets for the zoo.
- Children tickets (3 – 11yo) are 12€ instead of 13€50
- Adults tickets (from 12 years old) are 18€ instead of 19€50
- The entrance is free for kids under 2
How do I reach the zoo ?
Champrepus zoo is situated on the main road between Granville and Villedieu les Poêles. It’s 20 minutes driving from the campsite.
There is a big parking at the entrance.
Adresse : Parc zoologique de Champrépus 493, rue Saint-Gaud 50800 Champrépus.
Good to know :
You can bring your own stroller or rent one (4€).
The park is also accessible to people with disabilities. Wheelchair to borrow for free at the ticket office.
Must-see’s / Must do’s
Visiting the zoo
About 60 animal species are scattered over 10 acres. Animals come from all over the world: Baby giraffe from Africa, Sumatra tigers, red pandas, Persian panthers, lions, penguins… There is also a mini-farm at the entrance where children can go and tile the goats.
You can organise you visit following the feeding timetable of each specie.
Bouncy castles, playgrounds and restaurants are at the end of the visit.
Is there a restaurant on site ?
You can bring your picnic, there is a covered area with tables but indeed there is a restaurant and a snack on site.
“The Sumatra” suggests salads, meet, vegetarian meals and kids meals. All is biological food.
The “Krokus” snack suggests sandwiches, paninis, ice creams to take away or eat on the terrace.
Can we buy souvenirs ?
You can’t miss the gifts shop at the exit of the park.
Part of the money is given to associations such as Antongil Conservation (care of lemurs in Madagascar) or l’ASGN (Giraffe safeguard in Niger).