Kawcza Góra is a 61-meter-high hill overlooking the amazing panorama of the Pomeranian Bay and Przytor Spit, including the visible harbor buildings of Świnoujście and the German "imperial resorts": Alhbeck, Heringsdorf, and Bansin (Germany). It is also the first elevation of the cliff shore stretching along the Park's maritime border.
Reaching the vantage point on Kawcza Góra is made possible through a 700-meter forest trail, which has its beginning in the final, eastern part of the promenade (black trail). The path leads through beautiful old-growth oak and beech forest. Kawcza Góra can be accessed directly from the beach via stairs opened in 2013.