It is located in two provinces - Pomorskie and Kujawsko-Pomorskie, and its borders cover the south-eastern part of Bory Tucholskie. In the Pomorskie Voivodeship, it covers the communes of Czersk and the commune of Chojnice. It is divided into two parts, it is the area of Bory Tucholskie and the area of Swiecie Highlands.
The place is a real attraction for nature lovers, and over 100 species of edible mushrooms are the reason why mushroom pickers regularly visit this area. During walks in the forest (mostly pine forest) you will be surprised by the richness of vegetation, and with the help of a guide you will find, for example, marsh cranberry, water mint or insectivorous sundew.
The Tuchola Landscape Park is also one of the favorite places for birdwatching enthusiasts. Over 130 species breed here, and about 20 species regularly come here. In the park, a careful eye will spot an eagle owl, hawk, white-tailed eagle, black stork and the kingfisher appearing on the logo of the park.
The animal world is currently represented by rather smaller species, such as martens, badgers, foxes, stoats, roe deer and wild boars. Bears, aurochs and bison belong to the group of mammals that used to inhabit the Park in greater numbers.
There are 8 nature reserves, 3 protected landscape areas and 121 nature monuments in the Park. A great way to get to know the Park is to visit the Educational Garden of the Tuchola Landscape Park, where we can find, for example … a hotel for insects.