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A Park for any Season...

Boschi di Carrega offers interesting features in any season, both for expert naturalists and for history and art-lovers since the Park, besides its charming natural environments, also preserves some precious architectural jewels, like Casino dei Boschi monumental complex.
The Park itineraries, short and easily practicable, offer the opportunity to discover different aspects and habitats. If you love trekking, the trail network connects different itineraries, giving the opportunity to visit most of the territory of the protected area and discover its different environments: lakes and wetlands, oak and chestnut tree forests, agricultural and monumental areas. The Park promotes several cultural and environmental education activities for schools and adults and organizes events and guided visits in dates scheduled by the Park, leading visitors to carry out pleasant walks in the protected area, also rich in culture. A service of guided visits, on foot or by carriage, is also available by previous booking: naturalistic guided visits, historical visits, wine and gastronomy itineraries among the local Agricultural Holdings.
In R. Levati and Casinetto Park Centers visitors will find an info and sales point, with promotional material and gadgets. Further information along the trails can be acquired through the reading of the panels prepared by the Park.
Casino dei Boschi
Casino dei Boschi
Casinetto Park Center
Location: Sala Baganza (PR)
Open
This month the center is open (check timetables)
Il Capriolo Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and Wildlife Area
Location: Sala Baganza (PR)
Specialties: Wildlife
Open
This month the center is open (check timetables)
R. Levati Visitor Center
Location: Sala Baganza (PR)
Open
This month the center is open (check timetables)
Scodogna Forest Nursery
Location: Collecchio (PR)
Open
This month the center is open (check timetables)
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