Typical inner archipelago
Grinda is a typical inner-archipelago island with flat rocks and pine forest. There are old cultivated fields in the centre where sheep now graze to keep the landscape open. Two rocky ridges stretch across the island. There are good views from, for example, the 35-metre-high Klubbudden in the southeast. A road of length 1.5 km runs north-south along the island. There is a sandy beach on the southern side, suitable for small children.
In addition to regulations and prohibitions laid down by legislation and various ordinances, it is forbidden to carry out the following in nature reserves:
- Destroy or damage any non-moveable natural object or surface formation by drilling, chopping, causing an explosion, scratching, painting, or similar actions.
- Break off branches, fell trees or in any other way damage living or dead trees or bushes, or to otherwise damage vegetation by digging up plants such as brushwood, herbs, mosses and lichens, or to pick mushrooms growing on wood.
- Disturb the animal life (by, for example, climbing trees, capturing or killing mammals, birds, reptiles or amphibians).
- Take a dog not on a leash into the reserve.
- Make fires (other than at designated locations).
- Put up notice boards, signs or posters, or make inscriptions.
- Camp at an unauthorised location.
- Drive a motor vehicle on land along any other way than designated paths.
- Anchor a boat at a beach for longer than two days.
- Land with an airborne vehicle at any other location than those designated.
- Play music from sound equipment or a musical instrument in a way that disturbs others, for example, by playing loudly.