In Järva County, in Prandi Village, you are going to find Prandi springs that consist of two waterbodies with limestone bottoms – Prandi lake of springs and Prandi Suurallikas.
The lake of springs has slanting shores; it is 1.1 m deep with an area of 1.4 ha and many springs at the bottom. The shores are partly paludified. Suurallikas has several spring outlets, and the lake is 1.5 m deep and 40 m wide. The springs are protected.
A nature study trail runs along the shore of Prandi lake of springs; you can also go rafting, Prandi village society owns Prandi social centre and village green with a picnic area and a campfire site.
Prandi village was awarded the Estonian Village of the Year title in 2011.