The Kurşunlu Waterfall National Park (Kurşunlu Şelalesi Tabiat Parkı) is located at about 25 km from Antalya's city centre on the road to the neighbouring Isparta province. An area of 30 hectares around the 18 m high Kursunlu Waterfall was declared Forest Recreation Area in 1979. Later, in 1991, the area was enlarged to approximately 400 hectares and given the status of a Natural Park. In the park, which is rich in flora and fauna, there are 7 ponds connected by waterfalls. The setting of the 18 m high Kurşunlu Waterfall in the midst of a pine forest is of exceptional beauty. Today, Kursunlu Waterfall Nature Park is a very popular recreation site in Antalya province. It offers opportunities for a variety of recreation activities and receives some 400,000 visitors each year.