This is an inanimate nature reserve. A place where Amber was once mined. The mine probably operated from the 18th to the beginning of the 20th century, although some researchers claim that the beginnings of mining date back to the 10th century. The characteristic pits in the form of funnels have been preserved to this day, the largest of which is 40 metres in diameter and 15 metres deep. Next to the reserve there is a car park and a shelter where you can hide and eat or just relax.
- Adres Wybickiego, 83-050 Bąkowo