Lake Mburo National Park is a national park located in Uganda managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority. Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest national park in Uganda among the savannah national parks. Lake Mburo National Park is located about 30 kilometers by road east of Mbarara city.
Lake Mburo National Park is home to 350 bird species as well as Zebra, Impala, Eland, Buffalo, Oribi, Waterbuck, Leopard, Hippo, Hyena, Topi and Reedbuck. Lack Mburo National Park hosts diversity not seen anywhere in Uganda. The Rwizi river feeds 14 lakes and wetlands that support abundant herds of antelope. Enchanting Acacia woodland is a major part of the landscape. Alongside the wildlife, Lake Mburo National Park is also home to the Ankole long horned cattle of the Bahima pastoralists who live in this area. Magnificent herds graze alongside the wildlife.
Lake Mburo was originally gazetted in 1933 as a Controlled Hunting Area and upgraded to a Game Reserve in 1963.
Accommodation facilities at the park include: Mihingi Safari Lodge, Rwakobo Rock, Mburo Safari Lodge.