With Fun passes you can use facilities of both Le Bois Dormant and Les Bois Masson, the neighbouring park.
Passes are approx €21 per adult per week and €11 Euros per child per week.
Le Bois Dormant accommodation is open from 12th April to 4th October with facilities from 26th April to 13th September. However, guests may use the facilities at Le Bois Masson before or after these dates.
Sports & Leisure
Haven Europe's sports and leisure co-ordinators arrange events for the whole family (1 May - 5 Sept with reduced programme outside these dates).
Large multi-sports pitch with running track, football and basketball.
Satellite TV in bar.
Tennis* & Table tennis (equipment hire available*.
2 play areas.
Video games room* & Pool tables*.
FREE board games available to borrow (small deposit).
Food & Drink
Poolside bar, Shop & Takeaway.
Heated paddling pool.
Heated outdoor pools (26 April - 13 Sep).
4 lane waterslide and water chute (26 April - 13 Sep).
Spa bath (July & Aug only).
Wave Rider* & Aquafit (July and Aug).
* Extra charge
Two for the price of one
Get the best of both worlds by experiencing the delights of the lively Le Bois Masson or the more peaceful Le Bois Dormant. There is an abundance of activities to enjoy on both sites. Alternatively, for golf lovers a first class course in St Jean-de-Monts at a special concessionary rate.
Things to See
Le Puy de Fou château, provides the backdrop for the spectatular 'son et lumiere' (sound and light show). By day, there's lots to explore, plus a fabulous
'Grand Parc', a 6,000 seat Roman stadium where you can watch medieval Gladiators and exciting Viking shows, or one of the other châteaux in the Vendée region. Also, the marshlands of the Marais Poitevin are the home to many birds, which is a reclaimed area now designated a National Park, or the Cognac vineyards, inland from the Charente Maritime coast. There's also La Rochelle with its famous twin towers guarding the harbour, and the Château de la Roche which provides a classic example of luxurious living dating from the 15th century. Not forgetting Les Sables d'Olonne which has a marina, fort and war museum.
St Jean-de-Monts - Approximately 1½ miles away, the area around St. Jean-de-Monts has it all. The beach here is truly superb, stretching for miles, and is excellent for water sports. There is also a fine selection of restaurants in St Jean-de-Monts, many specialising in seafood. Also, well worth a visit is the Saturday morning market where you can indulge in the excellent fresh foods and local produce.
Magnificent Atlantic Coastline - Golden sands, sunny days, sleepy villages and sunflower fields that stretch for miles.
Atlantic Toboggan Water Park - Approximately 2 miles away, it is a fun day out for all the family. Opens June - discounted tickets available from receptions.
St Gilles-Croix-de-Vie - Approximately 10 miles away is this delightful fishing port with quayside cafes, restaurants and shops.
Les Sables d'Olonne - This lively resort is approximately 25 miles away and has an excellent beach, zoo and golf course.
The whole area boasts one of the best summer climates and coastline.