Luznava manor is located on the territory of Razna National park. The manor is surrounded by a 23.7 ha large landscape park with a 2.6 ha large system of seven ponds where fish were bred at the times of the Kerbedzs. There is a statue of Madonna in the park where Saint Maria is depicted; it was created by an Italian artist of unknown origin. During WWII, the statue was mutilated and pushed into a pond; however, in 1991, it was restored. Nowadays the park has a renovated ~ 1 km long tourist walking path. The path is covered with crushed stone and is lit by lamps. The park has a large diversity of tree species. There are snake spruces, nut trees, hornbeams, Siberian larches and cedars.