Yes, there is! 750km North-East of Paris is the delightful city of Hanover (Hannover), which has the Great Gardens at Herrenhausen Gardens (Großen Garten of Herrenhäuser Gärten)
This was largely laid out in the late 17th century, and one of the leading gardeners from Versailles was commissioned to help lay it out, so the styles of the two are very similar!
It's a bit easier to get to than Versailles is from Paris - it's about 10 minutes on the tram from the city centre, or you can walk down the tree lined avenue from the city centre through Georgengarten (park).
Sadly I didn't have a good camera with me, but here's a cc photo from dierkschaefer from Flickr that shows what it's like:
And another, this one from grebein which shows more of the fountains in full display:
Wikipedia also has an aerial shot, which gives more of an idea of the scope + layout