Today, the Rog sawmill is just another clearing in Kočevski Rog, where some ruins are found and is a popular excursion destination. Before the First World War, the Rog sawmill was considered the largest and most modern wood processing plant in Slovenia.
Prelesnik Collapse Valley is characterized by a 40-meter-deep impact cave in the Ušiva Cave area near Rajhenav. It was named after the forester of Kočevje, Anton Prelesnik. The Collapse Valley can be seen from the Roška footpath.
The Krokar Virgin Forest represents the beauty and intactness of the virgin beech forests on the surface of over 75 hectares. It is a strict reservation, also a part of the Natura 2000 area, and represents an ecosystem of a constantly changing balance between the soil, climate and countless living organisms – from microscopic organisms to bears.
Lake Kočevje or Rudnik Lake is one of the cleanest lakes in Slovenia and was formed on the abandoned opencast mine of the brown coal mine of Kočevsko in 1978. With a surface area of 1.5km2 it is suitable for swimming, surfing, boating and diving enthusiasts in the summer and ice skating enthusiasts in the winter, and is famous as a popular fishing destination among fishermen.
The cottage at Luža was built as a residence for forest workers at a time when there was no forest road leading to Luža yet. Adjacent to the larger building was a horse stable and a residence for coachmen.
In the middle of the Stojna Forest Reserve, there is an Ice Cave south of the cottage near Jelenov Studenec. It can also be called an underground glacier. The entrance to the cave is 50 meters deep in the abyss.
The Rajhenavski Rog Primeval Forest stretches over 50 hectares of large forested remains dominated by beech and fir. It is also home to a diverse community of fungi and small animals that break down deadwood. Near the Primeval Forest stands the Queen of Rog, 51 meters high and one of the mightiest fir trees in our country.