Przybiernów Lake is located in the district of Goleniów, in the commune of Przybiernów, west of the town of Przybiernów. A small village of Rybak is located directly by the lake. The lake can be reached by the national road No. 3, which leads to Przybiernów. The unattended beach located on the northern shore of the lake can also be reached by bus from Przybiernów.
Przybiernów Lake is a medium-sized reservoir, into which the Wołczenica River flows. The maximum depth of the lake is 5.3 m, while on average it amounts to 2.8 m.
Although the lake is classified as a crucian lake, it is regularly stocked with other fish species such as eels. To facilitate fishing in the lake, several stations designed specifically for this purpose have been created. Fishing enthusiasts can catch, inter alia, pike, tench, roach and the above-mentioned eels.
Moreover, there is a campsite in the immediate vicinity of the lake, and an unguarded beach, equipped with tables, benches and a fireplace, is in its northern shore. You can also use the specially designated strolling path.
On the lake, there is a ban on vessels powered by engines with a capacity of over 6 hp.