Hoge Veluwe National Park is one of two privately managed national parks in the Netherlands. It was created as a private hunting ground for the married couple Anton Kröller and Helene Kröller-Müller. They built the St. Hubertus Hunting Lodge and began building a museum on the estate, as Helene was an art collector. Due to the worsening economic conditions, the construction of the museum was stopped, and the couple found themselves in a situation where they could not keep this property. Helene donated her collection to the state, which completed the Kröller-Müller Museum, and the property was allocated to the management of a foundation that received state aid. The estate has mouflons, foxes, red deers, European pine marten, roe deers, badgers, and wild boars, which live on a combination of wooded terrain, dunes, and pastures.