Saarepeedi Parish was a municipality in south-western Estonia, in Viljandi County.
After the municipal elections held on 20 October 2013, Saarepeedi Parish was merged with Paistu, Pärsti, and Viiratsi parishes to form a new Viljandi Parish around the town of Viljandi.
Saarepeedi neighborhood was populated 11th-12th century. there were Naanu fort, which speak of findings that have been used as a fortress of 12th-13th century. was first mentioned 1583.
Villages in this area include: Aindu, Auksi, Karula, Kokaviidika, Moori, Peetrimõisa, Saarepeedi, Taari, Tobraselja, Tõnissaare, Välgita and Võistre.
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Coordinates: 58°25′51″N 25°41′3″E / 58.43083°N 25.68417°E