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The 3 km long ring-shaped nature trail runs along the banks of the Keila River and through the park. There is an information board with a map and general information at the beginning of the trail and 8 points of interest with descriptions on the...more
This nature trail is special almost every time of the year. Be it in the winter when everything is frosen and the waterfall is completely or almost frozen. Spring water makes the waterfall as big as it can be.
If you are looking for a stroll in the nature than its definitely worth the drive. Beautiful scenery and many tracks along the riverbank. Wouldn’t recommend during rainy days but a great walk during a sunny day. There also a cafe incase you fancy a...More
Keila-Joe is about 30km from Tallinn and if you take scenic route along sea side, you can see for example Türisalu Pank(Cliff) nearby In this park is also beautiful little waterfall, so real nice little walk if weather is nice and you wear comfy shoes....More
A pictoresque place, waterfall, power mill and the gothic castle, with a museum. The trails both sides were nice, some 15 minutes downstream you'll finally see the Baltic sea!
In the summer lots of space and nice spots for picnic.
This trail is located right next to Keila Joa waterfall. Many stairs makes this place less than ideal for families with strollers.
Beautiful forest and bridges makes this a fun place to visit for young and old alike.
We often had difficulty finding locations on our trip throughout Estonia. However, this trail was well marked and well maintained. We did not have time to do the entire trail, but the section we did was enjoyable.