The Rozanna state hunting district in north west Poland is 9,113 ha.in size, of which 5,488 is forest, while the remaining 3,625 ha is mainly farmland. There are also a number of large lakes, the largest of which (25km2) forms the district northern and eastern borders. The forest is largely coniferous (circa. 70%), the rest being made up of broadleaf trees such as birch, beech, alder and aspen. The district is predominantly flat. Rozanna has 44 high seats/stands and 9 feeding places. It is possible to carry out an exciting hunt from a horse drawn wagon, as long as you book this in advance. The district can take up to 6 hunters at a time on individual hunts, although 4 is the optimal number. Driven hunts can be arranged for groups of 8 - 12 hunters.
The district has roe deer, red deer and wild boar. Around 50 roe bucks are taken here annually. Most of these give trophies that weigh under 350g net, but bucks weighing over 350g are taken here. There is an annual quota of around 10 red stags - the majority of which have a trophy weight of between 4 -6kg, but the occasional trophy of over 6 kg is sometimes taken. Rozanna has a good population of wild boar, these can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season and on driven hunts in the autumn and winter. It is also possible to arrange combination hunts.
Rozanna is 275 km from the Kolbaskowo border crossing south of Szczecin, 35 km from Bydgoszcz, which is the nearest large town, and 170 km from Gdansk which has the closest international airport.