Lake Prossa recreation site

This relatively isolated recreation site offers you a chance to see one of the largest erratic boulders in Jõgeva County.
Phone+372 676 7030
Type of objectRest Stop
Parking facilitiesBy the access road
AmenitiesInformation board, 2 benches
SightsThe erratic boulder called “Kalevipoeg’s throw stone”, used to be known as Prossa giant boulder. The migmatite and biotite gneiss rock is among the largest erratic boulders in Jõgeva County, measuring 9 m x7 m and 9 m x2.3 m, its perimeter is 24.7 m, and it is typologically grouped under giant boulders.
Additional information Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam), rules of conduct and waste-sorting policy
RestrictionsCamping and making campfire is not allowed.
LocationJõgeva Municipality, Jõgeva County
Driving directionsDrive 12 km from Jõgeva towards Tartu to Pikkjärve village. Turn left towards Sääsküla and drive 1.5 km. Head towards Luua and pass the Sääsküla village, drive 300 m and turn right. Turn right at the roadside sign “Kalevipoja lingukivi”, drive ca 100 m, and arrive at the recreation site.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.653711
longitude: 26.566772
L-EST 97 x: 6504395 y: 648958