Kurjenrahka National Park is a national park in Finland Proper. It was established in 1998 and covers 29 square kilometres (11 sq mi). The area consists mainly of swamp but also includes primeval forests, some of which have been unmanaged for over 150 years. The Eurasian Lynx is a permanent resident of Kurjenrahka, but brown bears and gray wolves have also been observed and are known to reside in areas within or close to the park. Marked trails in the general area extend to over 200 km.