Kurjenrahka National Park

25.1.2022
Check regional Covid-instructions before your hiking trip or a visit to a nature center.

Liminganlahti Nature Centre is closed 1.1.-4.2.2022. The Finnish Nature Centre Haltia is closed 10.1.–1.2.2022. Koli Nature Centre Ukko is closed 1.1.–20.2.2022. Kuusamo Customer Service Karhuntassu is closed 13.1.–31.1.2022.

In other nature centers in Finland, we require the use of a facial mask and keeping the 2 meter distance to other visitors. In addition, there may be requirements to show the Covid pass, and/or the number of visitors can be limited. More information Nature centers. The length of the restrictions depends on the region. More regional information can be found at the Finnish institute for health and welfare website.
A ski track goes between small pines.

The drawn of emblem of Kurjenrahka national park. Depicted on the oval emblem is a common crane. Circling the outer rim of the emblem are the words Kurjenrahka kansallispuisto nationalpark.
Within easy reach of the historic town of Turku, the forests and marshes of Kurjenrahka are home to many wild animals and birds, including stately long-legged cranes and curious woodland owls. Ski-trails tour the silent snow-covered marshes in the winter. 

Suitability: Suitable for visitors of all ages all year. The yard of the Kurjenpesä Nature Information Hut is suitable for visitors with mobility difficulties.

The area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, Coastal and Metropolitan Area.

This is the web page nationalparks.fi/kurjenrahka