The park stands out with its diverse world of wetlands. It is home to moss or raised bogs, fens, and transitional bogs. The Great Ķemeri Bog is one of the main sulfur water producing bogs around Ķemeri. The bogland soil is poor in nutrients, acid, and in many places sodden. Most trees are not able to endure the harsh conditions; therefore, there are only a few surviving species, like pine and birch; and the trees do not mature as they do in the forest. We took a speedy 3,7 km trail around the land of moss, undersized pine trees, deep pools, and tiny dark lakes. At the entrance of the park, they do charge the parking fee (2 €).