The Uckermärkische Seen Nature Park is situated north of Berlin in the middle of the water-rich, softly undulating Uckermark region.
The nature park is one of the most charming landscapes in North East Brandenburg, alongside the Unteres Odertal National Park and the Schorfheide-Chorin Biosphere Reserve, and finds continuation in the immediately neighbouring nature parks Stechlin-Ruppiner Land and Feldberger Seenlandschaft in Mecklenburg-West Pommerania.
Its lively relief originated in the Weichselian glaciation more than 15,000 years ago. The vast number of groove lakes, kettles and moors are typical of this region. Forests cover half of the nature park.
Beautiful bicycle and walking routes as well as more than 100 km (ca. 161 miles) of waterways magically attract active nature lovers. Rewarding tourist attractions turn your visit into an event. By the way, our heraldic animal is the osprey that lives here in unusual numbers with over 30 breeding pairs.
Welcome to the Uckermark!