Otisaare campfire site

Campfire site at the intersection of River Emajõgi and Kalli River is often used by fishermen before and after fishing on Lake Peipsi.
Phone +372 676 7122
E-mail info.kiidjarve@rmk.ee
Type of objectCampfire site
Parking facilitiesAccess only by boat, landing in a natural place.
AmenitiesBoardwalk to lean-to-shelter with 2 sections, one section equipped with campfire place with grillrest, benches.
Camping facilities Max 2 tents (for 4) allowed.
Campfire site Fire ring  with grillrest in a lean-to-shelter
Water Non-potable water can be taken from the river.
Sleeps (no. of people)Lean-to-shelter for 4 people.
SightsBiota of River Emajõgi
Additional information
  1. Before Your trip please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
  2. Firewood not provided at the site.
  3. In the case of high water, the use of a campfire site may be difficult.
  4. The Emajõgi River is navigable in its entire length.
Restrictions This is a Natura 2000, Ramsar and IBA site. In the territory of the Nature Reserve are certain restrictions. Further information about restrictions can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 662 5999, info@keskkonnaamet.ee).
Additional information about recreational fishing in Estonia.
LocationPraaga village,  Peipsiääre municipality, Tartu County.
Driving directionsThe Otisaare campfire site can only be reached along the water. The campfire site is located in the Peipsiveere nature reserve on an island located at the intersection of River Emajõgi and Kalli River. The campfire site is about 9 km from the Kantsi slip at the beginning of the RMK Emajõe study trail, sailing towards Lake Peipsi. When driving along the Emajõgi River from Tartu, it is about 40 km to the campfire site.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.418924
longitude: 27.214952
L-EST 97 x: 687801.07  y: 6479895.08