Has been declared a protected area since 1998 and aims at protecting and conserving the bison population, formerly a component of the wildlife in Romania. The park has a diversity of natural, cultural and historical values and covers an area of 30,818 acres, of which over 26,300 acres are forest. The Neamţ Vânători Natural Park is the only place in Europe where the bison, the heraldic symbol of Moldavia and the largest land animal on the continent, can be visited in all three habitat types: in freedom, in the forests of the Park area, in the garden (where there are 6 bisons), but also in semi-freedom, in the acclimation enclosure (where there are currently 14 bisons). In Neamţ Vânători Natural Park there are species of animals specific to carpathian fauna ( brown bear, wolf, lynx, fox, wildcat, marten, Carpathian deer, roe deer, wild boar, rabbit as well as an equally representative flora (over 50 floral riches protected in the country: Angelica archangelica, Cypripedium calceolus, Taxus baccata, but also a series of endemites such as Centaurea carpatica ssp. Raraurensis, Cirsium decussatum, Dentaria glandulosa, Hepatica transsilvanica, Ranunculus carpaticus, Symphytum cordatum.
This tourist destination is part of the circuit: Târgu Neamţ – Pipirig – Poiana Largului