The Busan Nakdong River Project Management Office announced opened the Samnak Ecological Park Camp Ground on March 1, 2015.
As the first campsite for vehicle camping in Busan, the Busan Nakdong River Project Management Office opened the Samnak Ecological Park Camping Ground along the Nakdong Riverside (in the Samnak Ecological Park) on July 17, 2014. The campsite is home to 62 RV campsites, 50 regular campsites, a lawn square, restrooms, a shower booth and communal kitchens.
The campsite fee is 25,000 won for RV campsites (10 m×10 m, electricity provided), 15,000 won for regular campsites (5 m×8 m, no electricity). The campsite will be operated from March 1 – October 31. The site will be closed from November to February during the bird migration period.
The campsite reservation is available at the website www.nakdongcamping.com.
How to get there: Take Metro Line No. 2 to Sasang Station or to Gwaebeop Renecite Station on the Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Transit and then walk about 600 meters towards the Samnak Ecological Park on the riverside.
Source: Busan City News
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For more information, please contact the Busan Nakdong River Project Management Office at (051)310-6034.