Do you know that Nanji Campground is the largest of Seoul’s five campgrounds? It is in Mapo-gu Sangam-dong and has 165 camping sites that can fit up to 2,000 people. No reservations are needed if you bring your tent or want to have a barbecue without staying the night. Just pay the fee to get inside.
If you rent a tent and stay the night, you must make a reservation ahead of time. There is a reservation service in more than one language.
Camping sites cost 15,000 for groups that don’t need to rent a tent, or an extra 29,000 won for groups that do.
Inside the camping grounds are stores where you can buy grills, tables, charcoal, meat, and other foods for a small fee. Adults pay 3,750 won to get in, and kids ages 5–7 pay 2,000 won. Free for kids under 4 years old.
As part of the Hangang Renaissance project, Nanji Hangang Park will be turned into an eco-friendly theme park that should draw people worldwide.
The Nanji Eco-Wetland, the Nanji Campground, and a marina will all be in the Park. Also, there will be a place just for extreme sports like inline skating and BMX where people can go.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The first campground to open will be the fully equipped Nanji Campground in August 2009. The campsite has everything you need for camping like shower rooms open 24 hours a day, tents, and BBQ grills. Everyone is welcome to camp here.
A swimming pool, the Water Plaza, and a stage by the river will also be built. The park is the perfect place to relax and take a slow walk.
As part of the Hangang Renaissance Project, the Nanji Camping Ground opened in 2009. People in this part of Seoul’s huge urban area enjoy the open spaces that the project has created.
Aside from the camping areas, large open spaces make up Nanji Hangang Park.
The campgrounds offer a way to camp in the city with supplies and comforts. There is a convenience store with all the basics, including meat for barbecuing, grills, showers, tents, chairs, and tables for rent.
There are tents with air conditioners that can cool and warm the inside. When camping in a big city like Seoul. They ended up “glamping,” a term for camping with many amenities.
More Info About Nanji Camping Site
Address: 495-81 Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Seoul, KOREA
Tel Number: 02 304 0061