Services in Meiko

Customer service and guidance


Eating, cooking and snacking

Campfire sites and cooking shelters 

  • There are two campfire sites, a firewood shed and a dry toilet on the shore of Korsolampi, along the Kotokierros Trail.  

A table with benches and a campfire site on the shore of a lake.


  • Lake Meiko has two campfire sites: In addition to the campfire site, Meikonkierros and Kuikankierros rest sites have a firewood shed and a dry toilet. 
  • Please keep in mind that making a fire is prohibited also at campfire sites during forest and grass fire warnings! Making a campfire on marked sites is explained in more detail in the Outdoor Guide. 

Drinking water 

  • Take your own drinking water with you when you visit the area. 

Waste Management

  • There are no waste-bins in the forest. Taking unnecessary waste into the area should be avoided. 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.
  • Take a plastic bag with you so you can easily carry home your rubbish from nature. 
  • In the parking area there is a waste disposal point.

Dry toilets 

  • Three dry toilets are located near the northern shore of Lake Meiko, and one dry toilet is at the Korsolampi rest site.  

Staying overnight

Accessible services

A 600-metre gravel road to the Korsolampi Lake starts from the parking area and is accessible to buggies and wheelchairs. Read more.
There are no other accessible routes or services in the Meiko area. 

Other services in the neighbouring area

The nearest banks, post offices, health clinics, shops, pharmacies and taxis are located in Kirkkonummi (, in Swedish). 

Customer service

Finnish Nature Centre Haltia
tel. +358 40 163 6200