Yedigoller National Park is a basin of around 1642 hectares and was declared a national park in 1965. 7 lakes, which are Buyukgol, Seringol, Deringol, Nazligol, Kucukgol, Incegol, and Sazligol, take place in the region, and the name Yedigoller, which means "seven lakes" in Turkish, comes from this. Among the park's lakes and waterfalls, the remains of the new Byzantine period in the "Koyyeri" and many other natural sites can be seen. Outdoor sports camping, trekking, photography tours, and fishing can be done.