Saula campfire site

Keep the roadside gates closed!
During the time of a risk of a forest fire in Estonia: • You can make fire only in designated places. • You can make fire only with a wind up to 5 m/s. • Watch out your fire!
A secluded campfire site near Tallinn-Tartu road, in ancient-looking forest by the Pirita river.
The track leading to the campfire site is separated from the road by an unlocked gate.
Phone+372 676 7842
E-mailinfo.viimsi@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampfire site
Parking facilitiesNot available. If needed, you can leave the car at the Viking Village.
AmenitiesOutdoor fireplace, shelter with a table and benches, dry toilet
Camping facilities yes
Outdoor fireplace yes
Campfire site yes
Water Non-potable water can be taken from the Pirita river.
Hiking options The campfire site is on the Peraküla-Aegviidu-Ähijärve hiking route
SightsThe Viking Village, Saula blue springs
Additional informationQuite close on the other side of the river is the Viking Village, where one can have a meal and, if requested, a sauna and accommodation. Across the road there are the Saula blue springs, known as an ancient sacred place.
Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
LocationKose municipality, Harju County
Driving directionsWhen coming from Tallinn, turn right at the Viking Village sign at the 28th kilometre and drive up to the Viking Village. Park the car at the Viking Village, continue to the campfire site on foot (about 1 km) – go along the edge of the road across the bridge over the Pirita river, and right on the other bank go through the gate at the roadside on your right. Close the gate behind you! The footpath leads to the campfire site.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.220047
longitude: 25.029080
L-EST 97 x: 6565078 y: 558765