Paunküla reservoir EV100 - nutimäng
The largest and most fish-rich water body in southern Harju County was established in 1960. By the expansion of the Pirita River between Paunküla and Ardu. The current area of the reservoir, including the islands, is 447.2 ha. There are about a dozen islands in the reservoir, the largest of which are Seapilli, Tudre and Mustakannu. There are many vipers on the islands. The water body is valued as a fishing and bathing place in summer. Boats, canoes and pedal boats, and a raft sauna can be rented at Paunküla Welfare Center. There is another boat rental for fishing by the water. The body of water is inhabited by roach, perch, pike, bream, tench, tench, woodpecker. Less commonly, eels and silver smelt can be found.