Customer Service and Guidance
Services offered by enterprises and other organisations in Korouoma nature Reserve
Following enterprises and other organisations offer services in the nature reserve. They have a cooperation agreement with Metsähallitus and they follow the principles of sustainable nature tourism when operating in national park.
Meals, Where to Buy and Prepare
- The closest shops are in the centre of Posio (www.posio.fi).
Campfire Sites, Huts and Cooking Shelters
- Places where you can prepare food in the area are Kuulea day trip hut, Pajupuro open wilderness hut and Kaarlolammen kota lapp pole hut and 13 lean-to shelters and campfire sites.
- Making open fires is always prohibited at both marked campfire sites and when fires are permitted by the land owner if a forest fire warning has been issued for the area (ilmatieteenlaitos.fi).
- This prohibition does not apply to cooking shelters or other fireplaces with a flue.
- Waters in lakes, rivers and brooks should be boiled before it is drunk, as the quality of water differs from one area to another.
- Drinking water from the parks water-system is at each person's own risk.
- More information on Food and Drink.
- In Korouoma Nature Reserve each visitor is responsible for the waste that accumulates during his/her stay. Biodegradable waste should be placed in a toilet or composter, and small amounts of clean paper and cardboard can be used as kindling in a campfire. Read more about Hiking without littering.
- There is a dry toilet at each wilderness hut and campfire site.
Open Wilderness Hut
The Following cabin is rented through Lomarengas Oy:
These three rental huts are rented through the Parks and Wildlife Finland / Metsähallitus from February 2019.
Lodging in the Surrounding Area
Other Services in the Surrounding Area
- For information on equipment rental and other services in the surrounding contact Posio Tourist Information (posiolapland.com), tel. int. +358 (0)44 767 4218.
- Versatile information on Lapland and tourist services in the area can be found on the Lapland tourism website (www.lapland.fi).