Mulgi hayfield is a picturesque sparse woodland which is lovely to visit during every season.
The meadows near rivers in Soomaa have all been used as hayfields, because the local grass is very lush and provides a lot of hay – which is probably the reason why this place has such a lovely name.
The beautiful landscape is made even more magnificent by the mysteriously meandering river Lemmjõgi, which can be crossed on a unique cultural object – an arched bridge with an iron structure and wooden covering. The resting spot on the shore of the river is inviting and a perfect location for enjoying the surroundings any time of the year.
This beautiful place offers something both to botany enthusiasts and families looking for a picnic area.