There’s also an information centre which is open from spring to autumn. It offers a rich programme of children's workshops and educational workshops. It’s also a good place to pick up tourism leaflets or rent Nordic walking poles. If you feel like a rest, you can buy a coffee or ice cream here too. The area around the lake belongs to the Natura 2000 site, which is a European network of ecologically important natural areas, intended to preserve important plant and animal species. You can discover the lake and park on your own or take a more formal guided tour. If you call the TIC Žalec in advance, they can provide you with a local tour guide. You can then learn more about the secrets and attractions of the lake and its surroundings. A 3 km long ecological trail leads through the park and the area takes in the Hop Path walking and cycling trail.