Purekkari campsite

Lääne-Viru County, Lahemaa National Park
During the time of a risk of a forest fire in Estonia: • You can make fire only in designated places. • You can make fire only with a wind up to 5 m/s. • Watch out your fire!
The northernmost campsite in Estonia at the northern end of the Pärispea peninsula.
Phone+372 676 7010
+372 329 5555
E-mail info.oandu@rmk.ee
info.lahemaa@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampsite
Parking facilitiesParking for 50 cars or 5 buses
AmenitiesInformation board, 6 campfire sites with grillrest incl. 5 outdoor fireplaces, 3 picnic tables, firewood shelter; DC, 2 waste bins, garbage container
Camping facilities Camping for 18 tents (for 4)
Campfire site yes
Wheelchair accessibility Inva DC, boardwalk (100 m, witdh 1 m)
SightsPurekkari cape—the northernmost end of Estonia’s mainland, numerous large erratic boulders all through the peninsula (a 4.4 m high erratic boulder on the cape), former military structures and good bird-watching sites
Additional information Before going to nature, please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam). Firewood provided.
Restrictions The trail is situated in Lahemaa National Park, view the restrictions on visiting here. Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 680 7438, info@keskkonnaamet.ee.
LocationKuusalu Municipality, Harju County
Object no. 13 on national park map
Driving directionsDrive 52 km on Tallinn–Narva road (E20), turn left (at the sign 22 km to Võsu, 15 km to Loksa). Drive through Loksa along Tallinna mnt and turn right at the end of the street, at the port gates, onto Kalurite street. Drive 12 km to the centre of the Pärispea village, to the former village store and turn right (at the sign to Purekkari cape). Drive another 1.5 km and turn left at the next sign to Purekkari cape.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.667358
longitude: 25.697536
L-EST 97 x: 6615671 y: 595670