The information boards are located along Keisarinmajantie road in the northern part of the area, on the parking area in the end of Keisarinmajantie road, and along Langinkoskentie road.
The Finnish Heritage Agency, Tel. +358 295 33 6991 email@example.com
Meals, Where to Buy and Prepare
There are no campfire sites.
Two cafés operate in the area in the summer. The Langinkosken kahvila is housed in the renovated caretaker's house by the river, while the Keisarinmajan kahvila operates on the edge of the northern parking area.
There are no waste-bins in the area. Measures should be taken in advance to avoid taking unnecessary waste into the area. All the waste that accumulates during your trip, you need to take out of the area for recycling. Read more about Hiking without littering.
WC-facilities are located in the premises of the Imperial Fishing Lodge museum and are open only during the opening hours (www.kansallismuseo.fi).
There are about 1 km of wide, sandy tracks suitable for wheelchair users at Langinkoski. They take you to the rapids, to the Imperial Fishing Lodge and to the arboretum in the southern part of the area.
There is a accessible dry toilet in the premises of the Imperial Fishing Lodge museum which is open only during the opening hours (www.kansallismuseo.fi).