Located on the Rue de Lac, this terrific lake enjoys beautiful sunsets, mild water sports and camping activities in the summer. The lake enjoys a tranquil spot, which is why jet-skis and motorboats are prohibited, while fishing and sailing are the activities visitors can engage in. The white sandy bank of the lake is perfect for families who wish to set camp and watch the sun go down. Canoes are available for a serene excursion on the lake as well.
Lac d'Amance is a picturesque lake occupying a vast area of 480 hectares (1186.11 acres) and forms a part of the Aube reservoir. One of the smallest lakes of the Great Lakes of the Seine, it flows through the municipalities of Radonvilliers and Dienville. Lac d'Amance remains popular as one of the famous boating spots close to Paris, apart from serving as a protected area considering the dwindling population of birds. Fishing, water skiing and jet-skiing are a few other recreational activities one can indulge in close to the lake.
Spread across a large area of nearly 2000 hectates (4942 acres), Temple Lake flows through the towns of Radonvilliers, Piney, Mathaux and Brévonnes and derives its name from the Lake Temple visited by the Templars in the Middle Ages. Popular for its tranquil setting, it remains a famous spot for carp fishing and is often counted as one of the top regional locales for sailing and fishing. The lake's western part falls under a nature reserve and is frequented by nature enthusiasts.
A microcosm of the biodiversity of France, this park stretches over an area of 700 square kilometers (270.27 square miles), and is replete with diverse flora and fauna, including many species of birds that are drawn to the park's lakes and ponds. The terrain is equally diverse, featuring several lakes, woodlands, marinas and beaches. The park was established in 1970, and was quickly designated as a protected area. At present, hikers and nature-lovers will find plenty of trails to explore that are excellent for bird-watching.
This stadium has served the sporting needs of Troyes and the East of Paris area since 1956. Since then, it has been upgraded significantly and it an excellent venue. Troyes AC Club matches are held regularly here. There is a concessions stand with sandwiches, fries, and drinks, as well as a boutique that sells team merchandise for most games.