RMK Keila-Joa park

Using paper confetti in Keila-Joa park is prohibited!
The English landscape park of Keila-Joa is mainly formed by the mother nature: there are higher hills covered with trees that alternate with valleys and meadows. The center element of the park is Keila river that has a 6,1 meter high and 70 meter wide waterfall.
Phone +372 676 7842
E-mail info.viimsi@rmk.ee
Type of objectOther
Parking facilities Parking for 20 cars
Amenities information board with a map and general information, and along the trail there are points of interest with descriptions, introducing the most interesting natural objects and the history of the Keila-Joa Park. By the trail there are benches for rest stops.
Sights Keila-Joa waterfall, Keila-Joa Manor, old manor park, former hydroelectric power station, park forest
Winter accessibility Parking area and trails until the waterfall are kept clear of snow
Additional information In 2015 the hearts sculpture by Estonian artist Mati Karmin was opened. The sculpture will be finished as new padlocks symbolizing commitment and everlasting love are gradually added to the construction.

In 2018 park trails and view platforms were reconstructed and stationary lighting was installed for the bridges and waterfall within the ERDF project "Lights On!". The waterfall lighting is working every half-hour and every hour from the sunset until midnight few minutes at once. In public holidays the lighting is more colourful than everyday lighting being inspired by nature - sunrise, sunset, northern lights and rainbow. The waterfall can be viewed from the observation platform at the left river bank or from Eesti Energia platform on the right river bank.
Restrictions
NB! From 16th of May until 31st of July the waterfall lighting is swithed off because of the breeding period of the bats.


Location Keila-Joa, Lääne-Harju municipality, Harju County
Object no 3 on recreation area map
Driving directions Drive from Tallinn towards Lohusalu to the sign directing to Keila-Joa. Turn right immediately after crossing the Keila River, drive to Keila-Joa park, where there is the parking area and information board introducing the trail.  
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.393752
longitude: 24.294685
L-EST 97 x: 6584015 y: 516744