Use of the forest hut is free of charge for visitors.
Meiuste campsite is a nice resting place with sandy beach.Triigi campsite is on the beautiful sandy beach in Leisi municipality on the Triigi peninsula.There is a parking area, 3 campfire sites, picnic tables, woodshed, information board and a dry toilet.Bus schedules and journey planner can be found at Bussireisid.There are ferry connections to the nearby islands of Hiiumaa, Ruhnu and Vilsandi. On the choir vaults, in the ceiling, there are several magical symbols, such as the three-legged triskelion, a devil that looks between its legs, and the pentagram, among others.
Dolomite, windmills and the famous local home-brewed beer are the symbols of Saaremaa.The islanders' life has always been bound to the sea and the resilience of their womenfolk, kept busy toiling the land while their men were at sea.Kuressaare Airport (IATA: URE) operates regular flights to Ruhnu, Stockholm and Tallinn. There are many peninsulas, bluffs, lakes and villages worth visiting both in Saaremaa and the nearby islands and islets.A lot of the attractions on Saaremaa are located in the city of Kuressaare. The most notable places are Koguva village, on Muhu Island, which is Estonia's best preserved village, and Sõrve peninsula.Today the building serves as the cultural heritage and nature education centre of RMK Saaremaa Recreation Area, in which visitors learn the history of the Estonian forestry and explore old forestry techniques.
There is a big parking area, picnic tables and a fire ring.
Mihkel Rand´s dendrarium (picture) is located in Pöide parish and is made by village blacksmith Mihkel Rand.
The arboretum is protected under nature conservation legislation.
Ninanuki forest hut is located in Triigi peninsula and there is a parking area for 5 cars. There is a table and benches and a fireplace in the hut. Outside there is a picnic table, dry toilet, woodshed and an outdoor fireplace.
Near the hut is a beautiful sandy beach and a pine forest.