The Randers Deerpark in the Danish Fladbro Forest
Some beautiful photographs of deer warming up in the sun inside the Randers Deerpark, in the Fladbro Forest, suggest that a visit to the park would be an excellent opportunity to spot deer in their natural habitat. Let’s find out more about this wonderful park
Where is Randers Deerpark
The Randers Deerpark, located within the Fladbro Forest, is located near Randers, a city in Denmark. More precisely, the forest is located at the mouth of the stream Nørreå in the Gudenå River, about 6 kilometers west of Randers.
Rules for visiting the park
The Deerpark is open to the public all year round and visitors must follow the pre-established routes, especially in the months of June and July, when the female deer have fawns. The trail is not recommended for people with mobility difficulties and since it crosses the deer forest, dogs are not allowed (as stated on the website VisitDenmark).
History of the park
The Randers Deerpark was opened in 1994, with an animal population consisting of fallow deer, located in the southeastern part of Fladbro Skov. In 1997 a route of about 5.7 kilometers was traced in Fladbro , designed by Danish Heart Association. The course winds through the deer forest, forest and golf course. The trail starts at the corner of Fladbrovej and Skovboulevarden.
Services offered by the park
Inside the Fladbro Forest you can take advantage of marked routes, parking for buses and toilet service.