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These are Finland’s 41 National Parks

21/03/2022

Finland has 41 national parks. The first one opened in 1938. The latest addition is Salla National Park opened in 2022. Here are the Finland’s 41 national parks from largest to smallest.

Lemmenjoki National Park

  • Area 2858 km²

Urho Kekkonen National Park

  • Area 2549 km²

Pallas–Yllästunturi National Park

  • Area 1023 km²

Bothnian Sea National Park

  • Area 916 km²

Archipelago National Park

  • Area 527 km²

Syöte National Park

  • Area 302 km²

Oulanka National Park

  • Area 285 km²

Bothnian Bay National Park

  • Area 149 km²

Pyhä–Luosto National Park

  • Area 144

Hossa National Park

  • Area 111 km²

Patvinsuo National Park

  • Area 105 km²

Salla National Park

  • Area 100 km²

Linnansaari National Park

  • Area 97 km²

Riisitunturi National Park

  • Area 76 km²

Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas National Park

  • Area 67 km²

Salamajärvi National Park

  • Area 65 km²

Kolovesi National Park

  • Area 61 km²

Lauhanvuori National Park

  • Area 59 km²

Nuuksio National Park

Ekenäs Archipelago National Park

  • Area 55 km²

Helvetinjärvi National Park

  • Area 50 km²

Seitseminen National Park

  • Area 46 km²

Hiidenportti National Park

  • Area 45 km²

Tiilikkajärvi National Park

  • Area 35 km²

Teijo National Park

  • Area 34 km²

Leivonmäki National Park

  • Area 31 km²

Kurjenrahka National Park

  • Area 31 km²

Torronsuo National Park

  • Area 31 km²

Koli National Park

Puurijärvi and Isosuo National Park

  • Area 28 km²

Sipoonkorpi National Park

  • Area 24 km²

Isojärvi National Park

  • Area 22 km²

Liesjärvi National Park

  • Area 21 km²

Valkmusa National Park

  • Area 19 km²

Rokua National Park

  • Area 17 km²

Southern Konnevesi National Park

  • Area 16 km²

Päijänne National Park

  • Area 16 km²

Repovesi National Park

  • Area 16 km²

Pyhä-Häkki National Park

  • Area 13 km²

Gulf of Finland National Park

  • Area 9 km²

Petkeljärvi National Park

  • Area 7 km²

Check the map of the locations from www.nationalparks.fi/nationalparks

Sources:
Metsähallitus
National Parks