Metsanurga rest stop

Järva County, Endla Nature Reserve
Make a fire only in a place prepared and marked for it. The need for firewood in our campsites is very high during the summer, therefore firewood may be out. To avoid disappointment, please take firewood or barbecue coals with you when traveling by car. Do not leave a burning fire unattended! When using a charcoal grill, pour the coals on the fireplace, not under the forest. Extinguish the fire properly, when leaving.
A good recreation site for car tourists, because the campfire site is just by the road. The distance from Metsanurga recreation site to Metsanurga springs is ~1.3 km. The thirteen springs in the Oostriku River are not easy to find. They are located on a 500 m section on the bottom of the river on both sides of the river. The path from the recreation site to the springs is natural and unmarked.
Phone+372 676 7030
E-mailinfo.elistvere@rmk.ee
Type of objectRest Stop
Parking facilitiesRoadside parking
AmenitiesShelter
SightsForest, Metsanurga springs in the Oostriku River
Additional information Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam), rules of conduct and waste-sorting policy
RestrictionsCamping and making campfire is prohibited!
Situated in Endla Nature Reserve.
For driving an off-road vehicle and organising a public event with more than 20 participants, a permit must be obtained from the protected area manager.  Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 662 5999, info@keskkonnaamet.ee.
LocationJärva Municipality, Järva County
Driving directionsOn Tallinn–Tartu road at Mäeküla junction turn towards Koeru (sign “Koeru 34 km”). Just before Koeru turn to the right (follow the sign “Norra-Oostriku allikad 7 km”). Drive 10.3 km. Metsanurga recreation site is to the left of the road.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.873158
longitude: 26.046752
L-EST 97 x: 618044 y: 6527788