Liesjärvi National Park
|Liesjärvi National Park|
Lush spruce forest in the Liesjärvi national park
|Location||Tavastia Proper, Finland|
|Area||22 km2 (8.5 sq mi)|
|Visitors||30500 (in 2009)|
In 1920, part of the present-day national park area was already defined as protected area. The relatively small park area has over 40 kilometres (25 mi) of shoreline.
As a whole, the national park is a slice of the near-natural state lake highlands of Häme. It includes the Korteniemi traditional estate, where visitors can try their skills in traditional agricultural work.
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