Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia known for its numerous lakes and waterfalls. It got its name by the river Krka which is part of the park.

The National Park is located in central Dalmatia downstream of Miljevac and only a few kilometers northeast of the city of Sibenik. It covers the area along the river Krka, which runs at the foot of the Dinara mountain near Knin, runs through a 75 km long canyon, flows through Prokljansko lake and affects the bay of Sibenik. It extends over 109 square kilometers, of which 25.6 square kilometers make up the water surface. Rijeka Krka today has 7 sedge waterfalls and its beauty is a natural karst phenomenon, which is recommended to visit in the spring and summer because it is then in full splendor and can be refreshed in pure water.

Krka became a national park on January 24, 1985 and the seventh national park in Croatia. It is famous for a large number of lakes and waterfalls.

The hydroelectric power plant Jaruga under the slopes of Skradinski buk is the second oldest hydropower plant in the world and the first in Europe. It was built on August 28, 1895, just three days after the world's first hydropower plant on Niagara Falls.

The larger waterfalls are Bilušići buk, Brljana waterfall, Manojlovac, Rošnjak, Miljacka, Roški slap and Skradinski buk.