Ease of access

For the disabled

The reception areas of the site, le P’tit Fleck and the Café have level access or lifts
The castle and the trail ‘the Castle of Challenges have little or no access for wheel chairs
There are reserved parking spaces for the handicapped at the top of the site near the reception area


The reception areas and the P’tit Fleck, the café and the esplanade leading to the castle are all suitable for the use of pushchairs
The castle is too steep for pushchairs and the stairs are unsuitable

The Castle of Challenges is partly suitable :

  • Possible in the P’tit Fleck and the forest section (forest paths and a short but steep rise to the castle.
  •  Impossible in the castle

We suggest

  • Leave your pushchair in the ticket sale area
  • Leave your pushchair in the special area provided at the entrance to the castle

Haversack baby carriers are recommended for the very young

Parking for cars and buses

Parking for cars : The Fleckenstein forest parking area is for cars only and provides about a hundred spaces shaded by the trees.
From the car park the access to the reception area is via the charcoal burners footpath, which has information about the charcoal burners craft (a gentle climb of 300m).
Passengers can be dropped off in the turning circle immediately next to the reception area but cars must return to the parking area. Parking in the turning circle is stricly forbidden and will be penalised.

See the plan of the site below

Parking for coaches : Passengers are put dropped off at the turning circle next to the reception area. A designated parking area is available nearby for coaches. (see the plan of the site below).
Coach drivers are entitled to free entry to the castle and the P’tit Fleck as well as a free drink at the café on presentation of a voucher available at the ticket desk.


Dogs are welcome on a lead throughout the site except inside the P’tit Fleck play area.
To enter the castle please notify the ticket sales desk if you have a large dog so that we can arrange easy access at the entry point.