Standing in a group to the left of the large reservoir there are six American Oaks, forming an imposing and majestic sight with a height of more than 25 metres. Some of the trees date back up to 400 years, with trunks which are up to two metres in diameter. The leaves are 20 centimetres long. The leaves are yellow soon after they form, they first turn green and then later in autumn from a pretty orange to bright red. Close to the American oaks on a small hill with the best view of the whole area, we are currently building a stilt house village with a variety of play and balance opportunities for children. It will also have some benches and a rustic canopy reminiscent of a simple forest hut.