There are 486 km marked trails within the Biebrza National Park boundaries.
Water trails along the rivers: Biebrza, Sidra, Jegrznia, Brzozówka, Wissa, the Rudzki Canal, the Augustowski Canal. Their total length is 223.2 km.
8 bicycle trails - total length 60.1 km
14 hiking trails - total length 164.1 km
10 educational trails - total length 25.2 km
For your convenience there are watchtowers, observation platforms and information boards placed along the trails. The Field Educational Centre with paths, watchtowers, information boards and a boardwalk is located close to the Osowiec-Twierdza train station.
The campsites of the Biebrza National Park are situated in Osowiec-Twierdza and "Bialy Grad" at the Biebrza river as well as in Grzedy in the woodlands. Campsites with showers and toilets are available in Osowiec-Twierdza or Dolistowo. Other campsites at the Biebrza river are indicated in the description of the accommodation and the kayak trails on the Biebrza.
Birdwatchers and ornithologists from Europe regularly visit the area. It is possible to arrange trips with English or German speaking guides.
There are 457,5 km of trails in Biebrza National Park:
On some of them there are observation towers and bridges as well as footbridges that facilitate walking through swampy area. At the Osowiec railway station in Osowiec there is Field Educational Center with observation towers, footpaths and educational banners. Above mentioned trails are part of marked trails system of Podlaskie Voivodeship, several thousand kilometers long.
Campsites in Osowiec-Twierdza, Barwik and Grzędy include tourist shelters. The best equipped is the campsite in Osowiec-Twierdza (with toilets and showers).
The most attractive for nature lovers are trails near Gugny village and Barwik natural landmark as well as near Grzędy forester's lodge.
Groups of more than 7 visitors are obliged to hire a licensed Biebrza National Park guide, qualified to serve school trips and tourists from Poland and abroad (languages: English, German, French and Russian).
The most numerous visitors are birdwatchers from around the world and kayakers.
translated by Joanna Chmielewska; 2014