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Natural Camp Site in Seoul Grand Park Natural Camp Site in Seoul Grand Park (서울대공원 자연캠프장)

  • +82-2-500-7870
313, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Located at the foot of the Cheonggyesan Mountain, the Natural Camp Site offers a unique camping experience in nature. A stream flows through the valley where the campsite is located, providing a relaxing atmosphere for campers. Facilities at the campground include basketball and volleyball courts, shower rooms, a convenience store, and a playground. Campers may also visit nearby educational and recreational attractions such as Seoul Grand Park, the National Museum of Contemporary Art, and Seoul Land, all of which are accessible on foot or by tram.

Utilization information

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-500-7870

・Period : Every year from March 15 to November 30.

・Parking Fees : * Daily parking: 10,000 won
* The parking space is limited therefore advised to use Seoul Grand Park’s lots (4,000 won per day.)
* For more details, refer to the official website.

・Parking Facilities : 125 parking spaces

・Reservations : Day camping: On-site tickets available (reservations not required).
Playgrounds: Online reservation & admission tickets for Natural Camp Site required.
Tent (camping): Admission is available from 09:00 (tents can be used from 13:00).

・Structure Size : 27,000㎡

・Admission Fees : Adults: 2,000 won / Youths: 1,500 won / Children: 1,000 won

・Operating Hours : Day camping: 09:00-19:00
Overnight camping: 13:00-11:00 (the following day) -using outdoor camping site.
Ticket reservation must be made at least 1 day before the visiting date, available through online. (ticket office will be closed from 18:00)

Rental Fees

Tent (Online Reservation): 15,000 won
Single mat: 1,000 won
Sleeping bag: 1,500 won
Free for senoirs (age 65 and older) and children under age 6.
* Tent mat and tent rentals
Tent: 15,000 won (online reservation) / Mat (for 1 person use): 1,000 won (available at ticket booth)

Reference Notes

* Karaoke machines, catering services, and loud speakers are prohibited.
* Without valid admission tickets purchased via online or accurate reservations (number of visitors, etc.), the use of playground facilities will be restricted.

Main Facilities

*Buildings - 6 different types at 7 different locations 875㎡ / Admin office 1 lot (132㎡), shower room 1 lot (112㎡), communal kitchen 1 lot (156㎡), restrooms 2 lots(150㎡), shelter 1 lot (320㎡), guard post 1 lot (5㎡).
*Camping site - 4 different types at 8 different locations 16,920㎡ / 5 camping site(11,500㎡): max. 100 tents can be installed, resting area 1 lot (3,300㎡), picnic area 1 lot (2,000㎡), campfire site 1 lot (120㎡)
*Sports facility - physical fitness center (1 lot with 10 different machines 3,300㎡), 1 volleyball court, 1 basketball court, hiking course, etc.
*Convenient facilities – resting area (snack bar) 1 lot (85.50㎡), 49 streetlamps, public phone 2 booths, audio broadcasting facilities, 5 information boards, 16 direction signs, 2 movable restrooms.


Seoul Grand Park Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 2.
The Natural Camp Site is located behind the National Museum of Contemporary Art (국립현대미술관).

* It is a 35min walk from the station.
* From the Information Center behind the fountain, take a mini train (코끼리열차).
 Get off at Seoul Zoo and walk towards National Museum of Contemporary Art.

313, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do


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