Jämsän sydän logoKellokallio (The Bell rock) is an easily accessible natural attraction located between Jämsä and  Jämsänkoski. The area has a marina and a public slipwayvantage point with a magnificent view on Jämsä river and a barbecue shed wich is built and maintained by the Arvenmäki-Asemamäki community associatonAlong the Kellokallio hiking routeyou can reach the Tuuralammi bird watching platform.

It is possible to go fishing in Kellokallio, because it is located along the beautiful Jämsänjoki riverCheck the fishing permits and current information about fishing in the Jämsänjoki area

History tells us that the time of Russian supremacy, valuable church bells were dropped to the bottom of Jämsäjoki at the Kellokallio. The church bells were supposed to be kept safe from enemies and raised from the river when peace was achieved. When the peace was achieved, the church bells no longer rose from the bottom of the river, but remained there permanently as the river’s own treasure. Decorative painter Emil Marelius has immortalized the landscapes of Kellokallio in his paintings, which decorate the walls of many Jämsä homes even today.

Driving directions

  • Drive from Jämsä along Koskentie towards Jämsänkoski for about 2.7 km.
  • Turn left to the road Lastaajantie
  • Continue driving (about 1.5 km), turn right when you see a small marina on the right.
  • Kellokallio’s campfire hut is on the left side of the road. You can park your car there.




Address: Lastaajantie 12, Jämsä

Pitkospuut Tuuralammella

Kellokallion näköalatasanne