Kozłowiecki Forest

One of the most beautiful forests in the region grows two steps away from Lublin! It is hard to go for a walk there without spotting a roe deer or catching an ear of a
buzzing cloud of wild boar. In addition to wildlife, meadows and ponds, the forest hides insurgent graves and a historic forester’s lodge. You can also visit it using trails such as the one dedicated to the Primate of the Millennium, Stefan Wyszyński.

Area of the park: 61.21 km²

Peripheral area: 74.32 km²

Forest cover: approx. 90%

Altitude: up to 200 m above sea level.

kazłowiecki park


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