In 2023, Futuroscope is expanding with its future Ecolodgée village, which will consist of 120 family lodges in a new, biodiversity-friendly site with freshly planted woodland, an unspoilt island with amicro-forest of 1,000 new trees, and water areas. The project will establish conditions that favour the development of local animal and plant life. The site will cover 3.5 hectares, with 1.8 hectares set aside for 15,000 trees and dry and wet meadows. In the same spirit, areas around the Park have been identified for late mowing and hands-off management, bird houses have been set up, and less water-intensive plants used as ornamental features. A total of 3.5 hectares will be used specifically for biodiversity conservation between now and 2025.