Bory Tucholskie National Park

This sandy, flat land is overgrown with pinewoods, cut across with river valleys and dotted with many post-glacial lakes. Peat bogs that are home to certain rare post-glacial plants can be found in numerous glacial depressions and at the edges of small forest lakes. The park’s wildlife includes trout in the crystal-clear waters of the rivers, as well as water fowl, birds of prey, beaver and elk. The wood grouse is the park’s symbol. Lake Charzykowskie, adjoining the park, attracts many sailing enthusiasts.

Basic information
4613,04 ha
Date of creation:
The symbol of the park:
Pine forests, Capercaillie,