Services in Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas National Park

Customer Service

Metsähallitus
Tel. int. +358 206 39 5270 (mon-fri 09:00-15:00)
sisasuomi(at)metsa.fi

Services Offered by Enterprises and Organisations in the National Park

Meals, where to buy and prepare

Campfire Places

  • At Nummikangas
  • At Salomaa camping site

Please note that lighting campfires is forbidden also at the campfire places if the forest fire warning or the grass fire warning is in effect. Check the current warnings (en.ilmatieteenlaitos.fi).

  • This prohibition does not apply to cooking shelters or other fireplaces with a flue and a roof. 

Drinking Water

  • There is a well at Salomaa camping site: Water must be boiled before drinking.
  • There ia a well at the Nummikangas campfire place. The water has been tested and suitable for drinking.
  • Surface water, such as water from lakes, rivers and brooks should be boiled before drinking, because the quality of the water varies in different areas.

Waste Management

  • There are no waste-bins in the area. Measures should be taken in advance to avoid taking unnecessary waste into the area. Biodegradable waste should be placed in a dry toilet and small amounts of clean paper and cardboard can be used as kindling in a campfire.
  • Read more about Hiking without Littering

Toilets

  • There are dry toilets at both of the campfire places.

Overnight stays

Camping

  • Camping is allowed at Salomaa camping site, south of Lake Kauhalammi.

Lodging in the Surrounding Area

Services for the Disabled

  • There are no special services for the disabled in the National Park.
  • Kyrönkangas summer road which goes through the National Park is accessible by wheelchair, recommendably with assistance. The duckboards on the mires are narrow, and therefore not suitable for wheelchair users.

Other Services in the Surrounding Area

  • There are all the basic services in the centre of the municipality of Karvia, 11 km away.

Sights in the Surrounding Area

Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas Brochure


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