The Enäjärvi Conservation Area on the border between the municipalities of Laitila and Pyhäranta covers over 28 hectares and is made up of four different farms (Järventausta, Kivisaari, Heinola, and Järvenperä). The farms are located in the village of Untamala, Laitila, and the village of Ihode, Pyhäranta. The first one, Järventausta, was acquired in the summer of 2005, Kivisaari in the autumn of 2006, and Heinola-Järvenperä in the late winter of 2007.
The forest is considerably unspoiled and thick even though the parts on the side of the shore used to be pasture-forests. The Enäjärvi Conservation Area covers several hectares of grassed field areas on the shore of the lake as well as islands rising from the lake. The only outlet of the Enäjärvi River flows through the region. The west side of the conservation area reaches out to the open water of the Lake Enäjärvi.
The majority of the forest is made up of spruces growing on the exuberant grove-like ground, but one can also see, for instance, pine trees and lots of aspens, birches, and by the shore, some common alders as well. There have been observations of flying squirrels and buzzards nesting in the area; on the grassed fields of the shore, there is a whooper swan grazing with a crane couple keeping a territory. There is some endangered neckera moss and lung lichen growing on the bark of the aspens.
Mr Osmo Kivivuori, the senior inspector of a local section of the Finnish environmental administration, characterizes the conservation area as "one of the most significant conservation areas of forests and shores in Southwest Finland, the area being developed by the funds of the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation, the landowner, on the border of Pyhäranta and Laitila, next to the Lake Enäjärvi."