Remdovsky Zakaznik (Russian: Ремдовский заказник) is a federal zakaznik, a nature protected area, in the northwest of Russia, located in Gdovsky and Pskovsky Districts of Pskov Oblast, north of the city of Pskov. It was established in 1985 to protect flora and fauna (in particular, rare species) of the lowlands adjacent to Lake Peipus.
Remdovsky Zakaznik is located on the eastern bank of Lake Peipus, in the area separating two its biggest parts, Lake Chudskoye (Lake Peipsi) in the north and Lake Pskovskoye (Lake Pihkva) in the south. The biggest river in the zakaznik is the Zhelcha, the lower course of which enters the zakaznik from the north. The area is flat and swampy. There are over twenty-five lakes in the zakaznik.