Les Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure – Plate Taille

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Les Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure – Plate Taille

-The biggest lake area in Belgium with tons of activities around, many signposted hiking trails and kilometers of stroller friendly paths around the lakes
-The area is also perfect for all water sports
-The lakes are artificial, the dams were built in the 1970s
-At Lac de Plat-Taille at Crocodile Rouge you can rent an e-bike. There are guided walks and laser tag (not available for now). There is a bus/boat called Amphibus and a little train going around (not available for now)
Parc du Crocodile Rouge
071 30 21 13
-Takeaway food at Robin’s café
Robin’s Café
-Also the Tourism Office of the area is there
Maison du Tourisme Pays des Lacs
071 14 34 83
-Map in the last pic or download the map here (where signposted hikes start from): https://www.lacsdeleaudheure.be/
-Kilometers of stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly paths
-Dogs allowed on a leash
-Big parking here, also for campervans
-Public toilets at Maison du Tourisme (EUR 0.50)
Maison du Tourisme Pays des Lacs
071 14 34 83
-It can be combined with Natura Adventure Park, where you can enjoy tree top courses (accrobranche), e-scooters and bikes, barbecue, bangee jumping and the highlight is… A zip line over the lake!!!
-There is also one small plage where it’s allowed to swim, with shallow water and sandy beach, a beach bar and water sports
-There is another swimming zone, Relais de Falemprise. It is a great place in the area of Lac de l’Eau d’Heure to spend a sunny day with the family. There are jumping castles (and a water slide!), pedalos, a lake to swim, a frituur with a huge sandpit near the lake
-About 1.5 hour drive south of Schuman, Brussels
(not reachable by public transport)

Lac de Plat-Taille
(link to the parking)



All places mentioned above are also gathered on the map!
Indoor and outdoor activities, kids friendly cafés/ restaurants, hotels and more all under separate layers


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