This 3 km long ring-shaped nature trail runs along the banks of the Keila River and through Keila-Joa park. There is an information board with a map and general information at the beginning of the trail and 8 points of interest with descriptions along the trail, showcasing the most important natural objects and history of the Park.
At the beginning of the trail there is a car park and the trail has also been provided with benches.
We often had difficulty finding locations on our trip throughout Estonia. However, this trail was well marked and well maintained. We did not have time to do the entire trail, but the section we...
Very romantic and private park. I love to wander around in park and enjoy the waterfall. If you decide to come here - bring a photo-camera. It's a must
My co-worker was able to bring me out there after work one day. The park was family friendly and the locks on the bridge was indication of a special meaning of the area.