This regional picnic park an hour outside of Paris was friendly, clean, natural, and affordable. There are five credits, including two Russian-built coasters. The setting is very green. We described it as a cross between Knoebel's (because it's far removed, woodsy, and had many picnic pavillions) and Adventureland in Long Island, but with a few more credits of slightly better quality. Could use a dark ride. Also the parking lot is too small so you might have to wait for a spot if you don't come early. On the plus side, the mass of picnic-ers leave relatively short lines at the park's few concessions.
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