Keila Waterfall

Keila Waterfall is located on the River Keila that runs through the small borough of Keila-Joa in Keila Rural Municipality, Harju County. The waterfall is 6 metres high and tens of metres wide, thus being the third largest waterfall in Estonia after Narva Waterfall and Jägala Waterfall. There is a path that runs along the riverbed and over two suspension bridges taking you from the park to the waterfall.

Good to know:

There is a renovated hydroelectric power plant on the Keila waterfall. One of the grandest renovated manor houses inspired by the Neo-Gothic style is located in the vicinity.

You can explore the exciting landscape on a 3 km nature trail.

Come and discover one of the undisputed pearls of Northern Estonia!

See a 360° aerial panorama of the waterfall (photo by Joel Tammet).

Features and amenities


Keila-Joa alevik, Keila vald, Harju maakond

Getting there


  • By excursion bus
  • Signposted
  • By car
  • Sealed access road


59°23'45''N 24°17'40''E | Download GPX file