Sangaste forest park trail

The 3-kilometre-long Sangaste forest park trail is located in Kiidjärve-Kooraste Recreation Area and starts from the forest park behind the Sangaste Castle.

The trail introduces the forest park, founded by Count Friedrich Magnus Berg, where nearly a few hundred different species of trees and shrubs are represented. The trail has signs, stairs, bridges, and information boards that introduce the forest park and the various species of trees. There’s also a campfire site on the trail with a fire pit, benches, a toilet, and a wood shed, which can also be used as a shelter.

Interesting fact: Estonia’s tallest, a 42-metre-tall Douglas tree grows in the park. It’s possible to visit the Sangaste Castle during opening hours.


  • Length/Distance 3.0
  • Free parking
  • Information boards
  • Drop Toilet
  • Camping area
  • Recreation area/picnic ground
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
  • Show sharing
  • Bus Lossiküla
  • Public

Sangaste forest park trail