In the Kukkolankoski rapids area there is also the Myllynpirtti house, working as a summer cafe. It used to be the home of the miller.
Closer to the river there is a grilling lean-to where anyone can grill their sausages and enjoy the river view.
A row of red sheds stands on one side of the rapids field. The buildings were originally built for storing fishing equipment. Still today dipnets and traps are stored in the sheds.
The fish shed borders the rapids field on the northern side. It is used for storing fish for a short time. With the grilling hut the fish shed forms the heart of the built cultural environment of Kukkolankoski rapids.
Opposite the sheds at the rapids field stands a low timber hut, which is of ancient model. Over the centuries it has been used to cook local traditional dishes like skewered whitefish or whitefish soup…