Teijo National Park

Two smiling children sitting on a rock with bread in their hands. An autumn sea- and forest landscape opens up in the background.

The drawn emblem of Teijo national park. A grey-headed woodpecker is depicted inside the oval symbol. The text Teijo - Tykö  kansallispuisto - national park wraps around the outer edge of the emblem.
Teijo's attractions include peaceful lakes and forests, as well as historic ironworks villages where traditional crafts still thrive. From these picturesque settlements you can head straight out to explore the lakes, seashores, marshes and forests of the national park - and go hiking, canoeing or fishing. You can get a good taste of Teijo on a day trip, but it's also well worth staying over - out in the wilds under a starry sky, or in cosy lodgnings in a charming village.

Suitability:  Partly accessible. Suitable for all ages all year round. The distance from the Kariholma parking area to the Kariholma rest stop, 600 m, is passable by wheelchairs and prams in snow-free weather.

Customer Service

Teijo Nature Centre
+358 (0)10 292 4032
info(at)naturaviva.fi
Metsähallitus/Finnish Nature Centre Haltia
+358 40 163 6200
info(at)haltia.com

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

This is the web page nationalparks.fi/teijo