Kampinoski Park Narodowy

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Kampinoski Park Narodowy
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Kampinos National Park (Polish: Kampinoski Park Narodowy) is a National Park in east-central Poland, in Masovian Voivodeship, on the north-west outskirts of Warsaw. It has a sister park agreement with Indiana Dunes National Park, Indiana, United States. The idea of creating a park here appeared for the first time in the 1920s. In the 1930s the first forest reserves were opened: Granica
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Manekin
37 contributions
Nature
Jun. 2020
I recommend you these places. I can touch nature only hour from City Center. I can walk or cycle. A lot of magical places, but I suggest first trip near Warsaw - path around Palmiry and long Swamp, museum and in the end 2 km trip to Pociecha bonfire. Safely and clean, fresh air and row forest. Enjoy ! You should take something to mosquitoes, some food & beer, but you do not take a high-heel. I can buy sweets and drinks only in bar at museum (check open hours), near is free car park.
Written 28 August 2020
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Darya O
14 contributions
Wonderful place . Relax.
Oct. 2019 • Couples
We have been there at October.the trees was on different colors,we saw many mushrooms and baries. Its a perfect place to take your bicycle and walk around. We did about 40 km and it was pretty fine because the flat area ... i suggest for anyone who want to get some quit time with his family or to go for mushrooms.
Written 9 October 2019
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Štefan Š
Velenje, Slovenia8 contributions
Walk through the forest
Aug. 2017 • Couples
Very nice place near the capital city. You can enjoy in peace and nature. Good connection with bus. Maybe there could be more information in park, but on the other side it is park and there is no need for crowd.
Written 12 August 2017
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Han
London, UK204 contributions
Do the distance - it's worth it
Dec. 2016
If you're spending more than a day in Warsaw and love photography/nature/exploring, make time for this.

The most crucial thing is directions. When staying central, take the 33 northbound tram to metro młociny, then take a northbound 708 bus to truskaw. Both stations are the end of their line. Give yourself a safe two hours for travel time each way.

(PLEASE CHECK. ROUTE MAY DIFFER DEPENDING ON YOUR ACCOMODATION LOCATION - we were staying in Mirów)

There's so much to say about the park, but the main thing is simply that it's stunning (esp. in the snow). You can walk as little or as much as you like on the tracks. Whether you want a 60 min stroll or a full day's exploration (careful, there are big creatures lurking!), it's a great trip out of the city to see what polish wilderness is like.

It's also peaceful. This is an easy way to turn a city break into something more organic and mindful.

Word of warning: you're not in some small woods, this is blair witch stylee stuff, so be careful when you stray from the track. Explore of course but remember this is wilderness.

Also, no playing of brass instruments.
Written 5 December 2016
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endrju_74
Ipswich, UK4,851 contributions
National Park
May 2016 • Solo
This used to be largest national park in Poland, now is only second largest. Nearly 100% of its area is forested. Quite unusually the Park reaches the Poland's capital - not that many capital cities in the world got that privilage. Mainly flat with occasional sand dunes (300 km from nearest sea!!) is a superb place for hikers and runners, not so good for bikers (sand everywhere). Many reminders from WWII: crosses, monument cemeteries dott the whole area, as those forests were major partisans hide around Warsaw. Park consists of two parts, divided north south by the road Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki - Leszno. East part is easily reachable by public transport from Warsaw, with many good starting points on the outskirts of the Park. Western part of Park poses much bigger logistic challenge, as there's only few buses running along Park's borders, and most of them on Monday - Friday bases, meaning you need your own transport for weekend exploration. Accommodation mainly in Warsaw, some good options along south border. Central part of Park without any accommodation options, and without any public transport - that means you need to be really prepared in advance, if you want to walk some of those long distance paths going east-west across the Park (they all take two days to walk the whole lenght).
Written 7 August 2016
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,601 contributions
Great for hiking
Jul. 2015 • Solo
At only some 30 minutes by bus from Mlociny metro station in Warsaw, the village of Truskaw is probably the most central for starting your hike. There are many different trails and generally they are well-marked. The most popular is the (black) trail to Palmiry cemetery close to where the Nazi executed (potential) opponents. There is a museum where the touching story is documented. Admission free of charge. Kampinos is a wonderful place for lovers of nature.
Written 5 June 2016
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AlbertSalichs
Manresa, Spain8,279 contributions
A typical National Park in center of Europe with a historical sites
Sep. 2015 • Friends
Kampinos National Park is a typical National Park in the center of Europe. It has a lot of big trees, where you can walk and relax during the day. We did a short walk (about 1h30minutes) and see some historical sites due to in this Park there was a fight in the 2nd WW (i.e. a graveyard with memorial remeber the soldiers) and cultural sites (museum of the Park).
It is very good if you like nature, but not essential
Written 22 September 2015
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Klaudia579
Warsaw, Poland2 contributions
Truskaw - Palmiry 11,5 km
Feb. 2015 • Friends
This trail is amazing!
So close to Warsaw and so beautiful.
The trail is easy to walk but the forest around changes its outlook a lot, trees are beautiful, covered with carragreen (German: Moos), coming out of the moor/swamp.

black trail

Totally worth to walk there! Small shops in villages to get some water and sweets for the way. With public transport it is better to start from Palmiry, as to get there a bus can be mre difficult, from Truskaw it is no problem at all!
transport checking on: warszawa.ztm.pl
We took a bus that is not ztm,but also very cheap from Metro Marymont to Lomna Wschod 01 and had to walk to Palmiry. Just ask around, people will help (:

From Truskaw you can take bus 708 to Metro Mlociny.

We did from Truskaw to Palmiry and had to ask for the connections back, people are willing to help and nice. In the villages there are lots of dogs, its is super nice and a great possibility to get out of the city and meet some Polish people!
Written 2 March 2015
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Polandjustnowdotcom
Silesia Province, Poland27 contributions
Kampinos Forest – for Nature Lovers and Outdoor Enthusiasts
Oct. 2014 • Family
There is Kampinos Forest, Biosphere Reserve in the vicinity of the capital. If you are seeking peace, you probably find it there.
Hit the trail with professional guide and select one of the many trails, maybe Main Kampinos Forest Trail, which crosses vast forest complex. The total length of the trail is 56 km. One of the most interesting sections of the trail leads from Dziekanów Leśny to area, where a cemetery-mauzoleum 'Palmiry' is located. Sand dunes in the Kampinos National Park are considered to be the best preserved complex of inland dunes in Europe. Are you going to view attractions and events of Warszawa area or make your booking? Visit Poland Just Now website, select any region of Poland and create itinerary for a trip lasting a minimum of 2 days, from or to Warszawa.
Written 14 February 2015
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john w
New York City, NY132 contributions
A great sunny day trip from Warsaw for some fresh air
Apr. 2014 • Family
Takes about 30/45 to drive to the edge of the forest, but well worth it. Lots of trails meandering through pine and beech groves, swampy wet lands and across old canals. A great option for taking a day to enjoy nature - walking, mountain biking, picnic-ing, etc... I've come across abandoned villlages with their brick cellars still intact, WWII cemeteries/monuments, and from a distance, moose and wild boar. Beautiful in the fall and pretty in the winter too, it's a great green way to spend a day.
Written 25 April 2014
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