Allikajärve campfire site

Lääne County, Nõva Recreation Area
A private campfire site on the shore of the beautiful Lake Allikajärv, popularly also known as Lake Tantsujärv. Anglers find nice places for fishing on the lakeshore.
The lake is rich in springs and its bottom is muddy, which is why it is not good for swimming. Those who want to enjoy the water may go to the nearby recreation site on the northern shore of Lake Toatsejärv (~ 500 m) or to Peraküla campsite at the seaside (~1 km).
Phone+372 506 2004
E-mailinfo.nova@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampfire site
Parking facilitiesParking for max 5 cars
Amenities1 outdoor fireplace, shelter and dry toilet
Camping facilities yes
Outdoor fireplace yes
Campfire site yes
Hiking options yes
SightsLake Allikajärv is also called Tantsujärv. On the Tantsujärv peninsula you can explore the ruins of a radio station built by the Czarist army in 1915 and a stone road.
Berries and mushroomsBilberries, mushrooms
Additional information
Firewood is available at the campfire site.
Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
Restrictions
Located in Nõva Nature Reserve. Information about restrictions can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 680 7438, info@keskkonnaamet.ee).
Parking outside the marked parking areas is strictly forbidden!
LocationPeraküla village, Lääne-Nigula municipality, Lääne County
Object no 6 on recreation area map
Driving directionsDrive 47 km from Tallinn through Keila towards Haapsalu and turn right at the Määra road junction (sign “Nõva 29 km”). Drive through Nõva for 3.2 km towards Haapsalu, turn right at the Peraküla bus stop and drive 1.9 km to Peraküla. Drive along the stone road for 1.4 km, turn left at the recreation area map and you’ll arrive at the campfire site after 200 m. 
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.212204
longitude: 23.607630
L-EST 97 x: 6563819 y: 477588