- Kolobrzeska Street - arboretum, a forest garden at the husking house, the most exotic place due to its natural variety. Here, you can find rare species and magnificent specimens such as yellow cedar, Japanese falsecypress, Scotch pine, Eastern white pine, mugo pine, stone pine, noble fir, nikko fir, Colorado white fir, cork fir, Norway spruce, Serbian spruce, White spruce, European larch, juniper and many more.
- Kopernika Street - the Municipal Park. Originally, the main part of the park consisted of two ponds connected by a scenic footbridge. The ponds provided natural drainage for the neighbouring buildings, which in its major part was built on a wet area or even at the edge of a former mill pond. In the park, visitors can see the White Eagle Memorial (a figure of an eagle renovated towards the end of 2002), the venue of patriotic manifestations, and on the opposite side of Kopernika Street, the memorial commemorating the victims of Bolshevism who were murdered or taken away.
- Ustronie Miejskie Street - a small municipal park commemorating prof. Leon Mroczkiewicz, a forest with the dominating trees standing as old as 100-150 years. The old trees are most commonly: English oak, European hornbeam and Common ash. The park also boasts natural monuments: an alley of 12 English oaks between 400-600 years old with trunk perimeters of c. 330-520 cm.
- 9 Szpitalna Street - sports and leisure area of the District Hospital. Natural monuments: a tricolor beech with a perimeter of 340 cm, 20 m high and another beech with a perimeter of 365 cm, standing 22 m high.
- Natural monument - the horse-chestnut tree ? at the junction of 1 Maja Street and Dworcowa Street, the perimeter of the trunk - 308 cm, height -18 m.
- Szpitalna Street - interesting trees: the cedar, the thuja and the elms alley along the bank of the Lesnica River. A former Evangelical cemetery dating back to the second half of the 19th century with partially-preserved tombs from the end of the 19th century.
The fauna of the Bialogard region is includes wild boars, stags, roe-deer, hares and elks. Noble fish, whose habitat is the Paseta River and its tributaries, are of particular interest. Each year, during the sea trout season from January to April, the Parseta River is frequented by hundreds of keen fishermen from all over the country. The best place for fishing is the part of the Parseta River near Bialogard, between the villages of Roscino and Karlin. Other species living in the river-basin of the Parseta River ? about 26 species ? are salmon, brook trout, grayling and vimba.