The Khvalynsky National Park is located in the northeastern part of the Saratov Right Bank, on the middle Volga in the forest-steppe zone among wide fields. Khvalynsky National Park is pristine hills and hollows, wild forests, breathtaking meadows and fields, spring ponds, chalk mountains and a large number of relict plants and animals, some of which are listed in the Red Book. This area of the forest needs planting of Scots pine seedlings. The wasteland is overgrown with grass and natural reforestation does not occur. The park is 80% forest, and each site requires increased attention and protection, as it is part of the overall ecosystem. Not far from the site is the Barskaya Dam tourist trail. We invite everyone to visit, walk, admire nature and watch how the forest will grow, restored by joint efforts.