Here you can read more about Stenshuvud National Park's two entrances; The main entrance and northern entrance.
Here you will find the Naturum information centre. There is an exhibit on the national park, with information about nature and culture. The largest car park is located here. It has information boards with national park displays, brochures and maps. There is also a WC and earth closet. You can walk down to the sandy beach from here, a distance of 500 metres. Next to the car park there is a large meadow with several picnic tables and two shelters where you can have coffee and a snack. Most hiking trails depart from here.
You will find a large car park here along with an information board where you can get a brochure and a map of the national park. There is an earth closet is here.
Located at the north entrance is the arboretum (orange trail), planted primarily with Asian and North American coniferous trees and cypresses. The plantings here date back to the end of the 19th century. The Skåneleden trail (SL-4) that passes by here takes you to the Naturum visitor centre, a 2-km walk.
The yellow trail goes around the mountain (about 4 km), and the orange trail leads to the arboretum (400 m).