Björnlandet is a national park in northern Sweden. It was established in 1991 and covers an area of 11 square kilometres.
Geographically it lies in southernmost Lappland, near the small town (village) Fredrika, in Åsele Municipality, Västerbotten County.
The forest is interesting due to its large primeval forest and a geography is distinguished by steep ravines and precipices. The fauna is comparatively of lower interest, due to the harsh climate and environment.