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Service Information

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Reservation Policy

Campsite Rating System

Park Campsite
Name
Campsites
Rate
Types Address Regular
Site
Car Site Full option Caravan
Site
Caravan Res
System
Phone
Number
Note
Total 30 Sites Regular 7
Car 26
Full 3
648 1,881 97 39 5    
Jirisan Bangmudong ★★★☆ Regular 148, Gangcheongni, Macheonmyeon, Hamyanggun, Gyeongnam 52 - - - - Full
res
055-963-1260 상세보기
Somakgol ★★★☆ Regular San 118-1, Pyeonchonni, Samjangmyeon, Sancheongun, Gyeongnam 28 - - - - Full
res
055-972-7775 상세보기
Naewon ★★★☆ Car San 106-2, Daepori, Samjangmyeon, Sancheonggun, Gyeongnam - 53 - - - Full
res
055-970-1000 상세보기
Jungsann Campsite ★★☆☆ Regular San 105, Jungsanna, Samjangmyeon, Sancheonggun, Gyeongnam 17 - - - - 4. 1. 2018 ~ 055-972-7785 상세보기
Baemsagol ★★☆☆ Regular 431-2, Buun-ri, Sannae-myeon, Namwon-si, Jeollabuk-do 30 - - - - Full
res
063-630-8900 상세보기
Baemsagol Auto ★★☆☆ Car 148, Gangcheonni, Macheonmyeon, Hamyanggun, Gyeongnam - 30 - - - Full
res
063-630-8900 상세보기
Dalgung The camping car ★★☆☆ Car 281, Deokdongni Sannaemyeon, Namwonsi, Jeonbuk - 200 - - - Full
res
063-630-8900 상세보기
Dalgung ★☆☆☆ Regular 287-3, Deokdong-ri, Sannae-myeon, Namwon-si, Jeollabuk-do - 70 - - - Full
res
063-630-8900 상세보기
Deokdong ★☆☆☆ Car 74, Deokdongni Sannaemyeon, Namwonsi, Jeonbuk - 58 - - - Full
res
063-625-8912 상세보기
Hallyeo
haesang
Hakdong ★★★☆ Car 981, Geoje-daero, Dongbu-myeon, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do - 118 - 6 - Full
res
055-635-5421 상세보기
Seoraksan Seorakdong ★★☆☆ Car 375-3, Seorakdong, Sokchosi, Gangwondo - 196 - 8 - Full
res
033-636-1262 상세보기
Naejangsan Naejang ★★★★ Regular 92-2 Naejangdong, Jeongeupsi, Jeonbuk - 69 - - - Full
res
063-538-7875~6 상세보기
Gain ★★★☆ Car 108, Yaksuri, Bukamyeon, Jeonna - 48 - 4 - Full
res
061-393-3088 상세보기
Gayasan Chiin ★★★☆ Car San 16-1 Chiinni, Gayamyeon, Hapcheongun, Gyeongnam - 26 - - - Full
res
055-930-8000 상세보기
Samjeong ★★★☆ Car San 16-1 Chiinni, Gayamyeon, Hapcheongun, Gyeongnam - 19 - - - Full
res
055-930-8000 상세보기
Baegundong ★★☆☆ Regular 1833-2 Baegunni, Suryunmyeon, Seongjugun, Gyeonbuk 26 - - - - Full
res
054-931-1430 상세보기
Deogyusan Deogyudae ★★★★ Car San60-5, Samgongni, Seolcheonmyeon, Mujugun, Jeonbuk 426 68 - 6 - Full
res
063-322-3173 상세보기
Odaesan Sogeumgang ★★★☆ Car 449, Sogeumganggil, Yeongongmyeon, Gangneungsi, Gangwondo - 157 - 9 - Full
res
033-661-4161 상세보기
Juwangsan Sangeui ★★★☆ Car 361, Sameuiri, Cheonsonggun, Gyeonbuk - 60 - - - Full
res
054-870-5341 상세보기
Taean
haean
Hagampo ★★★★ Car 515-79, Banggalli, Wonbungmyeon, Taeangun, Chungnam - 100 - - - Full
res
041-674-3224 상세보기
Mongsanpo ★★★★ Car 63-43, Mongsanpo-gil, Sinjang-ri, Nam-myeon, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do - 155 - - - Full
res
041-674-2608 상세보기
Dadohae
haesang
Palyeongsan ★★★☆ Car 132-4, Seonggiri, Jeomammyeon, Goheunggun, Jeonnam - 62 - - - Full
res
061-835-7828 상세보기
Yeompo ★★☆☆ Regular 3844, Uju-ro, Bongnae-myeon, Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do 15 - - - - Temporary
res
061-835-782 상세보기
Chiaksan Guryong ★★★★ Car 920 Haggongni, Sochomyeon, Wonjusi, Gangwondo - 62 - - 5 Full
res
033-740-9900 상세보기
Geundae ★★★★ Regular 1333-4 Geumdaeri, Panbumyeon, Wonjusi, Gangwondo - 46 - - - Full
res
033-763-5232 상세보기
Woraksan Daddonjae ★★★★  Car 70-2, Songgyeri, Hansumyeon, Jecheonsi, Chungbuk - 119 - - - Full
res
043-653-3250 상세보기
Full-option 67, Songgyeri, Hansumyeon, Jecheonsi, Chungbuk - - 46 - - Full
res
043-653-3250 상세보기
Songgye ★★★☆ Car 1172-8, Songgyeri, Hansumyeon, Jecheonsi, Chungbuk - 68 - 6 - Full
res
043-653-3250 상세보기
Yongha ★★★☆ Car 123-1, Worak-ri, Deoksan-myeon, Jecheon-si, - 59 - - - Full
res
043-653-3250 상세보기
Sobaeksan Samga ★★★★ Car 300, Samgari, Punggieup, Yeongjusi, Gyeonbuk - 25 20 - - Full
res
054-637-3794 상세보기
Namcheon ★★★★ Full-option 28, Namcheonni, Yeonchunmyeon, Danyanggun, Chungbuk - 18 31 - - Full
res
043-421-0721 상세보기
Wolchulsan Cheonhwangsa ★★★★ Regular 466-1, Gaesinni, Yeongameup, Yeongamgun, Jeonnam - 42 - - - Full
res
061-471-7614 상세보기
Gyeryongsan Donghaksa ★★★★ Car San 19-41, Hakbongni, Banpomyeon, Gongjusi, Chungnam - 22 - - - Full
res
042-825-3001 상세보기
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About Campsites
  • Regular Campsites

    They are campsites where you can bring tents, cookware, bedding etc. related to camping with you, install them in designated places and use them. The size of campsites are divided into small, medium, large sizes and they operate on the basis of 1 person per 1 section.
  • Auto Campsites

    They are campsites where visitors can bring cars with them, install tents or movable caravans and use them. Please check the option for facilities with electricity available.
  • Caravan Campsites

    They are campsites where visitors can rent caravans installed in the campsites and experience camping in caravans which are movable buildings for travelers equipped with rest rooms, living rooms, kitchens etc. as well as bedrooms.
  • Full-option Campsites

    They are campsites where visitors can rent expensive camping equipment such as tents, cookware and bedding related to camping at low prices and experience them.
Campsite Service Information
  • You cannot change sites after making a reservation on the internet.
  • You can make maximum 2 reservations (with no overlapping reservation on the same dates allowed) during each reservation period (about 15 days).
  • You can make a reservation for maximum 3 days and 2 nights.
  • Please observe the designated time for use of facilities.
    · Time for daily use of campsites: from 14:00 PM today to 13:00 PM tomorrow
    ※ Time for use of caravans (Chiaksan Guryong Campsite): from 16:00 PM today to 12:00 PM tomorrow
    ※ Time for use of Chiaksan Guryong and Geumdae Campsites: from 14:00 PM today to 12:00 PM tomorrow
    ※ Time for use of full-option campsites (including Sobaeksan Namcheon Auto Campsites): from 14:00 PM today to 11:00 AM tomorrow
    · Please enter campsites before 7PM if you can because it might be inconvenient to identify the reserved campsite units if you enter campsites at night.
  • If a special weather report (for heavy rain or typhoon) is issued, entrance of national parks will be restricted and use of some campsites will be restricted so please ask administration offices of campsites for information in advance.
  • Registration is not for sale, and it cannot be ceded or transferred to make a sound trekking culture.
  • You can use tents only in the reserved campsite units inside campsites.
Caution
  • If you are with family, do not push other members aside while drinking or playing video games with your smart phones.
  • Do not use to much camping equipment, making other campers uncomfortable.
  • Do not bring dogs, cats and other pets with you because they might affect the eco systems of national parks
  • Do not shampoo your hair with the water in valleys or drinking fountains.
  • Wipe oil on frying pans with paper towels before doing the wishes after you eat samgyeopsal.
  • Cook as little food as possible in order to minimize waste and donate leftover food ingredients to National Park Food Bank.
Service Fee (on the Basis of 2 Days and 1 Night)
    (Unit: Won)
    Category Service Fee Remarks
    Off-peak Season Peak Season
    Regular (Medium) (30㎡~40㎡) 5,000 7,000 -
    Regular (Large) (41㎡~60㎡) 7,000 9,000
    Auto Campsites 15,000 19,000
    Caravan (Regular)   60,000 80,000 
    Caravan (Large) 80,000 100,000
    Full-option (Regular Tents) 30,000 40,000
    Full-option (Lodge Tents) 40,000 50,000
    Full-option (Folding Tents) 40,000 50,000
    Full-option (Glamping Tents) 40,000 50,000
  • The above amounts might be different from the actual costs according to each campsite unit and the sizes of caravans and tents.
  • Please check the amounts and options of the facilities to rent during reservation because there is a limited number of electrical facilities.
Prevention of Safety Accidents
    Preparation for Forest Fire Accidents
  • Fire is a essential tool for cooking during camping and campfire is thought to be romantic, which is how fire is related to camping.
    Most campsites are located near forest. It is easy for fire accidents to take place. Therefore, campers and campsite administrators should manage this matter thoroughly all through the year.
    You should be careful when using braziers for prevention of forest fire accidents especially in winter and drench the ground near the places where the braziers are installed with water in order to prevent fire accidents caused by sparks.
    In addition, try to choose tents made of flame retardant or incombustible materials in order to lessen casualties caused by fire accidents.
    Preparation for Accidents Caused by Vermin, Snakes or Wild Animals
  • You should dispose of leftovers or food waste completely before you go to bed at campsites. Food left over at campsites attracts wild animals, which might lead to a very dangerous situation caused by wild animals.
    It is effective to prevent snakes from coming if you spread alum powder or cigarette powder around your tents. Use dedicated wire holes or place wire holes in high places in order to prevent vermin from coming through the wire holes of the inner tents.
    Preparation for Accidents Caused by Wind or Lightning
  • If you love camping, you must have experienced camping in various weather conditions. Rain and wind are most common. You might prepare for various weather conditions in various ways according to your experiences..
    However, there are no tents or tarp that can endure strong wind or a gust of wind. Therefore, you should dismantle tents and tarp or evacuate to administration buildings at campsites.
    In addition, carbon materials used for poles of tents are metal with high conductivity, which are exposed to lightning. You should evacuate to the inside of some building if lightning strikes.
    Preparation for Drowning Accidents
  • Wear a life vest in water. kids need protectors when they play in rivers or water in valleys.
    Drowning accidents often take place in summer and in water in valleys or rivers with sudden deep geographical features. You might be swept away by a rapid torrent when it showers so you should not play in water when it showers.
    Preparation for Accidents Caused by the Heat
  • Tarp is essential for camping because it provides shades and helps you avoid being soaked in rain in summer. You can get sun stroke if you are exposed to the sun for a long time.
    If you shed a lot of sweat, you should take some salt. Wearing a hat is one of the ways to avoid sun stroke.
Environmental and Sanitary Safety
    You use campsites together with other people so you should be more careful about sanitary safety.
  • Rest rooms in campsites should be properly maintained clean and cooking facilities such as sinks should be regularly disinfected and sterilized.
    You should choose campsites with announced test reports of their drinking water.
  • Waste at campsites should be separately disposed and collected for recycling. Spilt cooking oil or wastewater can cause pollution or vermination so you should be careful not to spill them.
  • Campsite managers and administrators should not use harmful materials for campsite facilities. Especially, use of aggregate including recycled aggregate such as waste aggregate is strictly prohibited by the law.
Safe Winterization
    When you go camping in winter, you should be careful about installation and maintenance of equipment and tents for ice and low temperature.
  • Wear warm and functional clothes instead of fashionable clothes in order to prepare for accidents caused by frostbite.
    Help your kids wear clothes properly for maintenance of body temperature. If you get frostbite, immerse your feet in hot water with the temperature between 38 celsius degree and 42 celsius degree for 20 minutes to 40 minutes. Be careful because it is not good to let the frostbitten area touch something hot directly
    If you have scabs and blisters, you might as well give first aid with something like sterilized gauze and go to hospital immediately.
  • If you are camping in tents, it is important to use some paper boxes or plastic to block the chill on the ground.
    It is better to use camping beds than to sleep close to the ground.
  • It is not good to touch equipment with bare hands for a long time when preparing for camping.
    Keep your clothes, socks and shoes dry and if they are wet, change them.
  • Check if ice is more than 20cm thick for safety.
    Check this for your safety before you enjoy playing on the ice.
  • Do not use combustion heaters in tents in principle and take good care of ventilation especially for when you are sleeping if it is inevitable to use them.
    Try not to use heaters if you can and use electric blankets or heating pads instead.
  • Do not use sky lanterns near forest.
    Fireworks should not be used toward people or tents and they should be used near water such as river.
  • When it snows, the weight of snow laid on the roof can collapse your tents so remove snow frequently.
  • Drive safely when it snows or if the road is frozen.

Application Period for Reservation

  • Reservation days open twice a month (1st and 15th) at 02:00 PM every fortnight.
  • Even after the opening of the reservation day, you can make a reservation until 10:00 Am of the scheduled date of use if there are vacancies.

    e. g.) Reservation available on the first day of the month, from the 16th of the month to the end of the month
    Reservation available on the 15th of the month, from the first day of the next month to the 15th of the next month
    ※ If the launch date(1st and 15th) is holiday, it will be delayed to the nearest weekday.
    ※ If the end of the month is holiday, the reservation available is extended to the end of the holiday.
    e. g.) In case of 31 Jul. 2015 (Fri.), reservations will be open until 1 Aug. 2015.

Maximum Number of Reservation / Maximum Number of Days Reserved

  • You can make maximum 2 reservations (with no overlapping reservation on the same dates allowed) during each reservation period (about 15 days).
    You can make a reservation for maximum 3 days and 2 nights.
  • You cannot make a reservation for 3 days and 2 nights on the last available day.

What Is the Wait-list System (for Awaiters)?

  • If there are any extra tickets left, people on the waiting list will have the priority for the tickets in turn.

Capacity for the Waiting List

  • 1 person per 1 site

Reservation Cancellation and Change of the Awaiters' reservation status

  • If you exclude yourself from the reservation, other members are excluded too.
    ※ Waiting lists are expired on 2 days before the appointed date at 24:00.
  • Your reservation will be informed to you via email when it is confirmed if you have been in the waiting list.
    ㆍ However, the mailing service for this purpose is an additional service. Therefore, please check My Reservation Information to see if your reservation is confirmed while you are on the waiting list.

Capacity for the Waiting List

  • You are not allowed to change dates or sites reserved.
    (However, you can change 3 days and 2 nights into 2 days and 1 night)

Cancelation of All Guests in the Waiting List

  • Waiting lists are expired on 2 days before the appointed date at 24:00.

    ex) If the appointed date is 10th of February, its waiting list is expired on the 8th of February at 24:00.

Payment

Payment :
You should pay at the appointed shelter on the day of visiting.
What Is the Campsite Rating System?
  • The campsite rating system divides 38 campsites in national parks into 4 grades for an easy understanding of their facility standards and give stars (from ★ to ★★★★) for information of the rating.
Evaluation Standards (4 Criteria and 15 Sub-criteria)
  • Infrastructure (5): the area of campsite units, the division of campsite units, the capacity of parking lots, electricity and street lamps
  • Safety (3): fire-fighting facilities, safety equipment and evacuation plans
  • Sanitariness (3): rest rooms, sinks, washstands
  • Location and Environment (4): periods for use, conditions of facilities, amenity and the green area ratio
평가등급
Category Pictures Description
Special (★★★★) 특급 Where it is convenient for families to use because they let you rend camping equipment or provide large campsite units with electricity availabie.
Excellent (★★★☆) 우수 Where conditions of amenities are comparatively excellent including the PA system for quick first aid and the green area ratio is more than 50%.
Common (★★☆☆) 보통 Where there are water-closet-type rest rooms, infrastructure such as kitchen and safety equipment such as fire extinguishers and first aid first-aid medicine.
Basic (★☆☆☆) 기본 Where basic infrastructure is provided such as small campsite units and rest rooms.
평가등급
Category Special (★★★★) Excellent (★★★☆) Common (★★☆☆) Basic (★☆☆☆)
Total 12sites 15sites 6sites 5sites
Full-option
Campsites
Daddonjae, Deogyudaem and Namcheon      
Auto
Campsites
Deokdong, Donghaksa, Naejang,Deogyudae (Auto), Hagampo,Guryong, Geumdae, Samga and Cheonhwangsa Naewon, Baemsagol (Auto),Hakdong, Gain, Chiin, Samjeong,Sogeumgang, Sangeui, Palyeongsan, Daddonjae and Songgye Dalgung and Seorakdong  
Regular
Campsites
  Bangmudong, Jungsanni, Somakgol and Baemsagol (Regular) Baegundong, Deoyudae (regular), Deokju, Yongha Yeompo, Simok, Insu, Seokgul, Gyeongpodae