It southern part is covered by a small lake, Enrum Pond (Enrum Dam), a boggy area and meadows. In the western part of the forest, in the central axis of the main building, stands the Friendship Column.
In the northern part of the forest stands King Charles' Spring (Kong Carls Kilde), which supposedly catered to King Charles XII of Sweden during the departure of his troops from Vedbæk Harbour in 1700.
The child's gravegoods suggest that the culture involved ascribed status – the passing of power between generations.
The brief statistical findings of the cemetery are as follows; 22 individual bodies (4 newborns), 17 of the adults buried could be aged - 8 died before reaching the age of 20.
The North Beach comprises a sandy beach as well as a grassy area with scattered solitaire trees.