A part of the Keila River, Keila Waterfall is of the waterbody that runs through the small borough of Keila-Joa in the Keila Rural Municipality of Harju County.
A full 6 metres high, and tens of metres wide, Keila waterfall is thus the third largest waterfall in Estonia; after the Narva and Jägala Waterfalls.
A lovely hiking spot, there is a path that runs along the riverbed and over two suspension bridges that go from the park to the waterfall, and you can explore the exciting landscape over a 3 km long nature trail.
Did you know…?: There is a renovated hydroelectric power plant at the Keila waterfall; and one of the grandest renovated manor houses in Estonia, inspired by the Neo-Gothic style, is located in the vicinity.