Composed of shifting sand dunes, pine forests, multiple rivers and pristine lakes, beautiful Slowinski National Park offers a cornucopia of natural settings situated along 32 km (20 miles) of Poland's Baltic coastline. From May through September, this stretch of 186 square km (72 sq miles) is open to public visitors bent on exploring its magnificent and varied landscape.
Whether you prefer hikes through wooded trails, river kayaking or trekking up dunes that climb up to 115 meters (377 ft) above sea level (Rowokol Hill), there are plenty of possible treks both marked and unmarked to satisfy your need to explore the outdoors. A plethora of campsites and nearby towns Leba and Rowy make Slowinski an easily accessible escape into the wild of northwest Poland.
Location:Between Leba and Rowy, northwest Poland