Walking and rambling
There are many paths which criss-cross the area - ranging from footpaths of a few kilometres for easy walking to the 16 kilometre Snogeholm circular trail. A short path along the shore of Lake Snogeholmssjön is suitable for families with pushchairs and wheelchairs. The Skåneleden Trail passes through the site.
There are several fully equipped cottages to rent for small groups, camping, caravan pitches and a hay loft. There are two field centres available for schools and larger groups.
There are two horse riding tracks of 8.4 km and 3.7 km long. The car park for trailers is just north of the recreation area office. There is a paddock which can be rented and it is also possible to hire a horse and cart to travel round the site. To book, contact Snogeholm Visitor Centre.
Rainbow trout can be caught by fly fishing or spinning from the Kejsardammen Ponds. If you would prefer to outsmart pike, perch or zander, try Lake Snogeholmssjön, where float fishing, casting and spinning are permitted. Both the pond and the lake have platforms suitable for disabled users. In winter you can do ice fishing on Lake Snogeholmssjön.
A fishing permit is required for both the pond Kejsardammen and for Lake Snogeholmssjön whether fishinf from the shore, from a boat or on the ice. For more information about fishing in the Kejsardammen Ponds, contact www.castlefish.se, +46 (0)70-694 55 69. For information about Lake Snogeholmssjön, contact the visitor centre in Snogeholm.
Map of where fishing is permitted in Lake Snogeholmssjön (pdf)
At Fiskarhus by the shore of Lake Snogeholmssjön, you can rent both rowing boats and canoes. They cannot be booked in advance. All the information you need is available at the jetty by Fiskarhus. Remember to get a fishing permit if you are fishing from the boat.
Canoe (up to 4 hours): 100:-
Rowing boat (up to 4 hours): 100:-
Life jackets are included.
More information can be found on the sign by the jetty. Only large groups need to book in advance (via the visitor centre, email@example.com, +46 (0)416-160 65.
The birdlife at Snogeholm is very rich, not least at Navröd Nature Reserve. Red kite, marsh harrier, goshawk, osprey and hobby nest around Lake Sövdesjön. From the viewing tower at Sjöudden you get an excellent view of Lake Snogeholmssjön and you might spot a whooper swan or a grebe.
You can swim by the jetties in Lake Snogeholmssjön.