Canappeville's Arboretum is located on the edge of a forest that has the PEFC certification. 7.5 hectares that are ideal for a walk, to explore the forest and have a look at the different tree species. The arboretum now comprises 35 Norman species (horse chestnuts, beeches, oaks, etc.) and species from all the continents (30-metre high sequoia, southern beeches from Chili, Oriental spruce, etc.). There is a 1,100-metre long signposted trail you can follow for your self-guided tour. Information panels provide details about some species.
One hour tour for the arboretum and 2 to 3 hours for the farms.
Observation of cow milking accessible every evenings from 4.45 p.m to 5.45 p.m. Sale of fresh milk every evening from 4.30 p.m to 6.30 p.m.