Within the Cedynia Landscape Park’s boundaries there are eight natural reserves:
a) the „Bielinek” reserve (area: 75,5 ha) – The reserve established to protect forest and steppe complexes on the steep slopes of the Oder Valley. It is the most valuable reserve among all the reserves located in the Cedynia Landscape Park. One can find there downy oak, purple gromwell and inula germanica.
b) the „Olszyna Źródliskowa” reserve (area: 1 ha) – The reserve established to protect the great horsetail, a rare plant which is an element of the mountain vegetation of the lower subalpine forest.
c) the „Dąbrowa Krzymowska” reserve (area: 30,44 ha) – the reserve is located in the Chojna unicipality. It was established to preserve the very rare in Poland sessile oak with the addition of old pines. Those trees are between 250 and 400 years old.
d) the „Olszyny Ostrowskie” reserve (area: 9,5 ha) – The reserve is located in the Chojna municipality. It is a strict reserve. It was established to preserve the rare alder forest and protected plants.
e) the „Dolina Świergotki” reserve (area: 11 ha) – The reserve was established to preserve the Pomeranian Beech forest and wet ground forest with wood bedstraw in the beautiful deep river valley.
f) the „Lakes Siegniewskie” reserve (area: 10,41 ha) – The reserve is located in the Mieszkowice municipality. It is an ornithological reserve established to preserve water birds.
g) the „Wrzosowiska Cedyńskie” reserve (area: 71,61 ha) – The reserve established to preserve heathlands with xerothermic vegatation which is very rare in the Central Europe.
h) the „Kostrzyneckie Rozlewisko” reserve (area: 746,23 ha) – The reserve is the most valuable ecological resource in the Park. It was established to preserve the Oder floodplains as the site for the breeding and permanent living of birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals. The floodplain is inhabited by 109 breeding birds and about 50 migratory and wintering birds.
In the vicinity of the Cedynia Landscape Park the following places are worth visiting:
a) Czcibor Mountain,
b) Siekierkowski Cemetery in Stare Łysogórki,
c) The Valley of Love in Zatoń Dolna,
d) The „Laguna” waterpark in Gryfino.
The Complex of Landscape Parks of the Lower Oder Valley
Armii Krajowej Street 78
tel. +48 91 / 404 52 97