Koskeljärvi is a shallow, wilderness-like lake in Honkilahti, Eura.
Koskeljärvi is located within the Lapinjoki watercourse on the west side of Lake Pyhäjärvi. The lake covers an area of about seven km2, its maximum depth is about three metres and its average depth is about one metre. Koskeljärvi provides valuable wetlands for birds.
Koskeljärvi’s fish species consists of roach, perch, pike, bream, crucian carp and ruffe. Fishing on Koskeljärvi is best on a rowing boat, a fishing yacht or a dinghy because of the shallow depths. In the winter, Koskeljärvi is an interesting destination for ice fishing. The attraction of the lake has increased due to the area providing areas to relax in the local environment, such as a variety of lean-to shelters.
Resting places on the lake
Koskeljärvi’s shores have a variety of shelters at Härkluoma, Pyhäniemi, Latosaari and Isoluoto.
On Koskeljärvi, motors cannot exceed 5 hp. Using a motorboat on Koskeljärvi is prohibited between 22:00 and 06:00. Movement is restricted to Latosaari’s southern side in Lake Suomenperänjärvi between 1 April and 30 November to protect birds.