Tammemägi hill campfire site

Jõgeva County, Endla Nature Reserve
The Tammemägi hill campfire site is on the left bank of the Põltsamaa River, near the place where it forks into the Nava River. Fish like the pike, the European perch, the common roach, the ide etc. can be found in the rivers. Riverside vegetation typically includes willows, reed and the yellow iris. Characteristic water plants are the arrowhead, pondweeds, the common water-plantain and the water mint.
Phone+372 676 7030
E-mailinfo.elistvere@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampfire site
Parking facilitiesAccess by boat at a natural landing place. No access by car.
AmenitiesBoardwalk, fire ring, picnic table, information board
Camping facilities Maximum number of tents (for 4) allowed is 6.
Outdoor fireplace yes
SightsNava River, Tammemägi hill
Additional informationThe campfire site is accessible via the Põltsamaa River water trail. No firewood provided at the campfire site.
Restrictions Situated in Endla Nature Reserve.
To organise a public event with more than 20 participants, organise boat trips or stay on Lake Endla and Lake Sinijärv, a permit must be obtained from protected area manager. For fishing on Endla and Sinijärv lakes the fishing card is required. Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 680 7438, info@keskkonnaamet.ee. 
LocationJõgeva municipality, Jõgeva County
Driving directionsThe campfire site is accessible via water only. Watercraft can be launched in the Põltsamaa River near the Pagari Bridge. Drive the watercraft ~ 10 km along the Põltsamaa River water trail. Tammemägi hill campfire site is on the left bank of the Põltsamaa (or Piibe) River, near the place where the river forks into the Nava River.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.883136
longitude: 26.158852
L-EST 97 x: 624471 y: 6529101