The Runowo state hunting district in north west Poland covers a total area of 5,000 ha., of which 2,700 is forest, while the remaining 2,300 ha is farmland, meadow, lakes and wetlands. The forest is 40% coniferous, 35% oak, 15% birch and 10% other broadleaf trees. The district is predominantly flat. Runowo has 23 high seats/stands and 11 feeding places. The district can take up to 3 hunters (on red stag 2) at a time on individual hunts. Driven hunts can be arranged for groups of 12 - 14 hunters.
The district has roe deer, red deer, fallow deer and wild boar. 25 roe bucks are taken here annually. Most of these give trophies that weigh under 350g net, but also bucks weighing over 350g are taken here. There is an annual quota of circa. 16 red stags - the majority of which have a trophy weight of between 5 - 6 kg, but stags of over 6 kg are taken, as well as the occasional individual over 7 kg. The population of fallow deer is not very good, presently 2 fallow bucks are shot annually, trophy quality being about average for Poland. Runowo has a good population of wild boar, which can be hunted on individual hunts throughout the season and on driven hunts in the autumn and winter. The drive hunts are organised in partnership with the Lutowko state hunting district.
Runowo is 220 km from the Kolbaskowo border crossing south of Szczecin, 70 km from Bydgoszcz, and 50 km from Pila, which is the nearest large town, 145 from the airport at Poznan, which is the closest international airport and 180 km from Gdansk.