Source: Väike-Maarja i-punkt
The Kiltsi Manor Park was originally designed as an English garden by A. J. Krusenstern. Noteworthy features include the spring of fortune that is surrounded by limestone walls, while the pond needs to be cleaned. The ruins of a 16th century watermill are visible on the opposite side of the pond. The gooseberry alley leading to the monument to the manor lady's dog originates from the time of the manor and has been preserved. The park has yews, Siberian firs, Sakhalin Knotweed and Burgundy snails.
A 2 km nature study trail runs through the park and surrounding area. The trail has 20 observation points with plastic-coated informational signs.