Yedigöller National Park, located north of Bolu, is a popular tourist attraction in the fall, inviting nature enthusiasts and campers to relax while wandering around the park, home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.
Named after its seven lakes "Büyükgöl" (Big Lake) "Seringöl", "Nazlıgöl", "İncegöl", "Sazlıgöl", "Küçükgöl" (Small Lake) and "Deringöl" (Deep Lake). Surface and subsurface streams run between the lakes, connecting them. The region provides an ideal setting for travelers, wildlife photographers, and enthusiastic campers.
The Park entices visitors to journey through all four seasons of the year in the course of a short trip, thanks to a climate that produces multi-colored woods of oak, alder, pine, and hazelnut. Hot springs, hiking, and strolling possibilities, and one of Turkey's top ski resorts are all available to visitors.
With all beech, oak, mahogany, alder, elm, and fir trees embracing the surroundings on the surface, the national park is nearly like heaven on earth. Animals such as deer, bears, wolves, foxes, and squirrels are growing in number as a result of successful plant and animal life preservation. In the autumn, the trees are adorned with the most stunning red, yellow, and green hues. As a result, fall may be the ideal time to visit the park.
Within the park, the Kapankaya mountain top gives a vantage point for viewing the area's beautiful view. It is open every day of the year. There are additional hiking trails and camping options in the park, including tents, caravans, rest houses, and bungalows. There are also hot springs in the park, as well as well-known ski resorts.
Visitors may enjoy the splendor of the animals and the diverse scenery at Yedigöller. This national park is ideal for those who wish to relax in nature's stillness and experience complete solitude.