Kabelimäe campfire site

Järva County, Sakala Recreation Area
The campfire site is located on the dunes of the former Baltic Ice Lake. The place got its name (Chapel hill) according to the Swedish general who was buried there during the Great Northern War. The campfire site is often a “lifesaver” for those who planned to overnight in the nearby Saeveski forest hut, but there was not enough room for them.
Phone+372 435 7164
+372 526 1924
E-mail info.soomaa@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampfire site
Parking facilitiesRoadside parking for 3 car.
AmenitiesFire ring, picnic table with shelter, shelter for firewood, dry toilet
Camping facilities The maximum number of tents (for 4) allowed is 3.
Campfire site 1 fire ring with barbecue grill
Hiking options The campfire site is on the RMK Oandu-Aegviidu-Ikla Hiking Route.
Additional informationBefore going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
RestrictionsThe campfire site is located in Saarjõe Landscape Protection Area. Information about restrictions can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 680 7438, info@keskkonnaamet.ee).
LocationJärva County, Türi municipality, in Saarjõe Landscape Protection Area, 5 km from Tõrvaaugu. Object no 6 on the recreation area map.
Driving directionsOn Imavere–Viljandi road, 31 km from Imavere turn towards Vändra and drive 11.3 km to the sign “Jälevere 4 km”. Follow the sign to the right and drive 9 km to the centre of Tõrvaaugu village, where the sign “Türi 23 km” directs to the left. Drive towards Türi to the Rassi bus stop (about 2.6 km), where the sign “Saeveski metsaonn” directs to the left. Follow the sign, drive 4.4 km to the road junction and turn left there. Walk up the hill to the campfire site near the road. When coming from the direction of Türi, find the sign “Rassi 19 km”. At the Rassi bus stop turn right towards Saeveski and drive straight ahead for 4.4 km. When coming from Vändra, drive 22 km along Vändra–Suure-Jaani road and then turn left towards Saeveski forest hut. Drive 4.6 km to the road fork, turn right and continue ahead for 2.3 km. Walk up the hill to the campfire site, which is near the road on the right.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.630277
longitude: 25.291985
L-EST 97 x: 6499657 y: 575042