Sipoonkorpi National Park

Sipoonkorpi is a National Park with densely wooded forests and unspoilt wilderness, excellent terrain for picking mushrooms and berries, gently flowing rivers and bird song – only 24 kilometres from Helsinki City Centre.

At the edge of Sipoonkorpi are several beautiful villages in a traditional meandering landscape. The wild forest offers great opportunities to ski, hike, cycle, climb, look for geocaches and, above all, relax.

Picture: Suvi Suovaara


Sipoonkorpi National Park is suitable for visitors of all ages throughout the year. The shortest trail, Byabäcken nature trail, 1,4 km, passes through lush forests and golden fields. For the true hiker there is enough to hike for days.

Arriving in Sipoonkorpi

Sipoonkorpi is easily accessible from all directions. If you arrive by car, there are several parking areas, but you can also conveniently reach Finland’s “most foresty forest” by bicycle. On summer season you can reach Sipoonkorpi by the Hop-On Hop-Off bus service during weekends.


Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus takes you to Sipoonkorpi National Park also this summer

Sipoonkorpi National Park is easily and ecologically accessible also this summer with the Sipoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off bus. The bus will run on summer weekends between 13 May and 1 October 2023 and will stop at more stops than before.

Welcome to enjoy the peace of Sipoonkorpi sustainably with the Hop-On Hop-Off ride!

SIpoonkorpi Hop-On Hop-Off schedules and info


Delicious food in a picturesque country setting, exploring of forest trails on a fatbike and sauna experiences by the Sipoo river. Sipoonkorpi National Park’s unique service roster awaits You!

Trip Experiences

You can read more about experiences in the Sipoonkorpi National Park from our different blogs!

Sipoon kunnan kesän 2021 viestintäharjoittelija ja taustalla näkyvä laidunmaa.

Blogger Kristian Meurman has experienced the Sipoonkorpi National Park using the Hop-On Hop-Off bus service.