Yedigoller National Park is just like a wonder of nature with its large and small 7 lakes. In addition to lakes, the National Park also consists of dense forests, rich plant life and the beauty of wildlife. The national park, located to the north of Bolu province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. You must see the Sevenlakes!
Seven Lakes National Park: The Best Place to Welcome Winter and Autumn
Yedigoller National Park is an oasis for urban folk, who are often shocked by its beauty when witnessing the seven small lakes located within it for the first time. The park is almost like heaven on earth. Seven Lakes National Park has all beeches, oaks, mahoganies, alders, elms, fir trees, linden trees embrace the environment on the surface. Many kinds of different trees and herbs cover the land.
Yedigoller National Park is an amazingly important place for those who interested in lake fishing. As a result of effective protection of plant and animal life, the animals inside the park-like deer, pigs, wolves, foxes and squirrels are increasing in number.
Enjoy The View of Seven Lakes From Kapankaya Peak
The view is amazingly enchanting from Kapankaya peak in the Yedigoller National Park. From that point with a little walking, you can view the deer protection area. While you do your camping, trekking and photographing you could accommodate yourself in bungalows and guesthouses which are in the national park.
Yedigoller National Park offers visitors to watch the beauty of the wildlife and rich landscape. The most impressive red, yellow and green colours paint the trees in autumn. Therefore, autumn may be the best season just like winter to visit the national park. So, one can always enjoy the silence of nature and feel absolute serenity here.
Seven Lakes (Yedigoller in Turkish) consists of seven lakes as its name suggests. The names of these lakes are Buyukgol, Deringol, Seringol, Nazligol, Sazligol, Incegol and Kucukgol.
Where is Bolu Seven Lakes National Park?
Seven Lakes National Park is located in the Western Black Sea Region. On the other hand, the national park is in the north of Bolu city, in the south of Zonguldak city, and finally in the east of Düzce city. Moreover, the Seven Lakes National Park is located within the borders of the province of Bolu. Furthermore, the national park is 42 km away from the city centre. But you can easily go there through Mengen Province of Bolu.
Things To Do in Seven Lakes National Park
First, Yedigoller – Seven Lakes National Park is declared in 1965 as a national park. Moreover, it covers of 1623 hectares. As for the things to do, National Park offers to visitor several opportunities. For example, nature photography and painting, exploring the seven lakes and rich flora, hiking and camping, and fishing salmon trout.
Where To Stay in Seven Lakes National Park?
As for the accommodation, the national park offers bungalow houses and a small guest house to meet visitor’s daily needs. However, it will only provide a solution for a couple of days stay. Another hand, there are also available areas for camping and caravan. For longer stays, there 3-4-5 star hotels at the centre of Bolu city. Here is some hotel advice to stay during your visit:
- Bolu Suit Otel: Tabaklar Mahallesi, Güzey Sk. No:6, Bolu 14100 Türkiye.
- Soylu Otel: Beşkavaklar Mh. D100 Karayolu Üzeri NO:61, Bolu 14100 Türkiye.
- Gazelle Resort & Spa: Fatih Mh. Kökez Sk. No:23 Karacasu Mevkii, Bolu 14020 Türkiye.
All the hotels offer breakfast, parking area for those come by their own cars, and wifi. For reservation, you can click the links.
What To Eat in Seven Lakes National Park?
The only option in Seven Lakes National Park to eat is salmon trout. So, if visitors wish to have different meals during their visit, they must bring their own foods. However, fresh salmon trouts will amaze you, insomuch as you will not look for any other option. Besides, salmon trout in Seven Lakes is the most delicious one.
How To Get to Seven Lakes National Park?
The national park is 42 km away from the north of Bolu. So, visitors can reach to Seven Lakes National Park via the Yenicaga road, 152 km off the Ankara – Istanbul highway. Please note that the Bolu – Yedigoller route is closed during winter, which means transport is only available via the Yenicaga – Mengen – Yazicik road.
As a result of the article, you must visit Seven Lakes National Park if you wish to experience heaven on earth! Please feel free to share your opinions below. And enjoy your time in the paradise on earth.
Here is the delightful video of Bolu Sevenlakes;