Hunting ground Oslava is located near the town of Náměšť nad Oslavou in the Vysočina region, offering deer hunting, fallow deer hunting and wild boar hunting for a fee.
This is a forest hunting area, which is bordered by the wild river Oslava, creating large and impenetrable valleys. It is here to these forest complexes that dachas move during the doe estrus, where they have their roan grounds. There are ideal conditions for undisturbed dane estrus.
Large forest complexes in this locality were marked by the bark beetle calamity, when most of the spruce stands were cut down. Today, in the place of the original mature forests, there are already new thickets, which create a continuous cover and a high nutritional value for roe deer.
The conditions after the whole hunt are suitable for game hunting. Some parts of the hunting grounds are only fields, therefore even the field/forest interface is a welcome habitat for all ungulates.
Sometimes a deer also visits here.
Of course, the Oslava hunting ground is not only about forests, but right in the middle of the hunt there are several hunting monuments and historical buildings. The first of them is the “Vlčí kopec” hunting lodge. Another tourist attraction is Gloriet, which is a hunting pavilion at the lookout point in the valley of the river Oslava. It was built in 1830 and is freely accessible.