Next to the castle is Raudonė Park (26.8 ha; started at the end of the 16th century), a water mill, a natural monument - Gediminas oak. A chestnut tree with a diameter of 1.3-1.4 meters grows for about 200 years. There is also a monument to the Red Army in the park.
The park was started in the 16th century. at the end, was later expanded, transformed, planted. It was founded by K. Kiršenstein. During the rule of P. Zubov, a pond was excavated and review clearances were installed. An old nine-stem lime tree grows in the park. Its branches have an ingrown iron rod at a height of two meters. According to people's stories, the Gentlemen of the Reds tied and beat the serfs here. More old trees with their impressive appearance grow in the Red Park: oaks, chestnuts, S.Kaisarova has installed a new system of paths, planted exotic trees (walnut, European larch, white-flowered wolfwood, etc.). After the war, part of the greenery was cut down to burn the school.
Domestic trees dominate (common maple, small-leaved linden, common ash, carp birch, hairy birch, common oak, rowan, spruce, ivy, aspen, blind and others). There is a Riflemen's Square (shooters gathered in the interwar period), there are Friendship, Love Mountains, Skroblų Alley leads to Beždžionkalnis (it is said that one of the castle owners had a monkey, whom he loved very much, and after his death he buried and buried a hill in the grave).