Campos del Tuyú National Park is located in the Partido de General Lavalle, province of Buenos Aires, 20 km from the center of San Clemente del Tuyú in the Partido de la Costa. The creation of this National Park was possible thanks to the joint work between Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina, the Government of the Province of Buenos Aires, the Municipality of General Lavalle and the National Parks Administration. The area protects representative samples of the ecosystems present in the eastern sector of the Pampa Depressed Subregion (Pampean Region) with its natural and sociocultural values. In particular, the park protects a sample of temperate grasslands that are the biome with the lowest level of protection globally (0.7% of its surface within a system of areas with some protection status). In addition, the area protected by the park represents one of the last natural refuges for the endangered Pampas deer.