Kosutnjak is actually the continuation of Topcider and one of the most frequented picnic grounds of Belgrade. In the forest is a camp and many restaurants. At the bottom of the hill, where a hunting ground of the prince’s Obrenovic family used to be, is a spring called Hajducka cesma, and uphill is Pionirski grad , a childrens resort. In Kosutnjak is also the Film town with its ateliers and other film facilities. Lovers of skiing will find in Kosutnjak a summer/winter ski slope. On the west side is a Sports center with several sports grounds and five summer swimming pools and a roofed one. A racetrackis nearby named “By Careva cuprija”, where from March to October thoroughbredscompete. The complex of Kosutnjak covers 330 hectares, at an altitude of 250 meters.The deciduous and coniferous forest has many trails. Kosutnjak’s name derives from “kosuta” (roe deer) that used to live in these parts. Up to 1903 this was a closed Royal hunting ground, and after that year it became open to general public.