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Lac de Vesoul-Vaivre, Vesoul

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Lac de Vaivre is an artificial lake in Vesoul, in Haute-Saône, France. At an elevation of 210m, its surface area is 0.93 km2.Renovation of the recreation areaSince 2009, the Urban community of Vesoul, then chaired by Alain Chrétien, Prime Deputy Vesoul, has undertaken important work in order to give a new face to the area of the lake, resulting in lifting improving the overall functioning spaces (path pedestrians, cyclists, traffic vehicles, access to the restaurant and camping) while preserving the natural beauty of the site, but also brought a lot of new things: pedestrian square, playground for children, terrace restaurant, expansion of parking, camping enhancement. Lake Vaivre now offers a perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
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  • We can rest, play sports, draw, take the flora and fauna in photo, bathing in the summer while enjoying the view of Vesoul.
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  • Nice Lake bounded by a path often paved and very passable. Interesting educational hike through the sanctuary in the middle of the Lake. An hour's walk for good walkers, twenty minutes by mountain BIKE. A beach in the summer. A free area for motorhomes. Very large parking lot. But... Cyanobacteria often prohibit bathing lake is "surrounded" by two restaurants, one feels the fries by far and pollutes the other night by the sound of what they call a singer.
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  • well I walk almost every day around the lake too bad it lacks a course health with equipment fixed to make the ABS, chest, rower, a bit like in portugal on all pedestrian trails
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