Old-growth forests, mires and eskers
The landscape in Seitseminen is varied, with forests and eskers interspersed by mires. The park is home to some rare northern species. The aim of conservation is to preserve the characteristic features of the area.
Seitseminen National Park is located on state-owned land in the municipalities of Ylöjärvi and Ikaalinen. It’s a popular destination for day trips, and you can get there by car or public transport.
On Kovero Farm, you can see what life was like in the olden days. There are guided tours, work demonstrations and various events on the farm.
60 km of marked trails
Hiking trails lead from Seitseminen to Riuttaskorpi Recreational Forest and Helvetinjärvi National Park. There are four nature trails, with several campfire and camping sites, information points and cooking shelters along them.
Seitseminen National Park boasts about 60 km of marked trails of varying lengths, some of which are also accessible to pram/pushchair and wheelchair users. In winter, the area has an extensive network of cross-country ski tracks. Seitseminen is a great destination for people of all ages and abilities.
Versatile services all year round
Seitseminen offers a wide range of services. The Seitseminen Nature Centre provides nature information and has a restaurant and café. There are several campfire sites, cooking shelters, camping sites and dry toilets in the park.
You can spend the night in your own tent or a rental hut. There are also private companies operating near the national park that offer accommodation services.