Löytöretki taking place on 16 – 21 May is a trail in Törnävänsaari and Ruutipuisto nature conservation area intended for children and families. Along the route there are decorations and art made by children, assignments and daily changing activities in Törnävänsaari area. The length of the trail is about 1 km and it is walkable without a guide. Free admission. Please see the daily schedule below:

Monday 16.5. and Tuesday 17.5.

9-20 Löytöretki trail is open for visitors

9-14 Disco for Kids in the Törnävän pavilion

Wednesday 18.5.

9-20 Löytöretki trail is open for visitors

9-20 Disco for Kids in the Törnävä pavilion

17-20 Bug Hotel Workshop

Thursday 19.5.

9-20 Löytöretki trail is open for visitors

9-20 Disco for Kids in the Törnävä pavilion

17-20 Workshop by The Finnish Association For Nature Conservation

Friday 20.5.

9-20 Löytöretki trail is open for visitors

9-20 Disco for Kids in the Törnävä pavilion

Saturday 21.5.

10-20 Löytöretki trail is open for visitors

12-18 Disco for Kids in the Törnävä pavilion

12-12.40 Blind Gut Company: Kuin kala puussa Circus Performance

13-16 Workshops

  • Yarn Bombing Workshop
  • Bug Hotel Workshop
  • Circus Workshop
  • Parkour Workshop

12-16 Cafe open


We recommend coming to Törnävänsaari by foot or bicycle. Törnävänsaari is a small island in Seinäjoki river that can be entered from several directions: from direction of the Törnävä Manor House, summer theatre and from direction of Huhtalantie over two different bridges. Bicycle parks are located close to the entries and they have been marked with signs. All entries are accessible and the roads are wide and sand-covered.


There is a parking lot opposite Törnävä S-Market. We recommend cycling, walking or bus for residents coming from the city. Please note that you can not drive or park a car in Törnävänsaari area.


The Löytöretki trail goes partly along pedestrian and bicycle paths, partly along a forest path. The forest path is not accessible. Make sure to treat the pristine nature of Ruutipuisto nature conservation area with respect. Please do not touch or move the decorations or signs along the trail. Ruutipuisto nature conservation area is located north of Törnävänsaari. Ruutipuisto can be reached from the north from Björkenheimintie near the Björkenheim Bridge, from Törnävänsaari through Brykärinpuisto and from Törnäväntie by turning to Ruutipuistontie and crossing the Lemmensilta Bridge. An accessible sand road runs through Ruutipuisto. Several forest paths meander in the Ruutipuisto area, but they are not accessible. In Pikkuprovinssi’s journey of discovery you can choose between two trails: the accessible road or the forest paths in the park. Ruutipuisto is a magnificent area for outdoor activities, and visitors should remember to be respectful of the environment.


Toilets and an accessible toilet are located next to Törnävänsaari cafeteria. The accessible toilet is equipped with a baby changing table. Both toilets have the possibility for hand washing. Toilets are open during 16-21 May: Mon-Tue 9-14, Wed-Fri 9-20 and Sat 10-18.


There are seats around Törnävänsaari, mostly near the cafeteria building. You rest or can eat picnic food there.


There is a cafe open in Törnävänsaari May 21st from 12-16.