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NATIONAL NATURAL RECREATION FOREST

CHUNGCHEONG-DO PROVINCE

Hwangjeongsan Natural Recreation Forest

Mt. Hwangjeong is located in Daegang-myeon, Danyang-gun(county), Chungcheongbukdo (province) and one of 100 renowned mountains in Korea with an altitude of 959 m. Danyang-gun is well-known for its scenic landscape with beautiful mountains and river and “Hwangjeong” means a imaginary garden in the sky where heaven’s emperor stayed according to a Korean legend. The whole mountain is beautified with a variety of exotic rock formations and it has many tourist attractions such as Chilseong-am(rock), one of the secondary eight scenic beauties in Danyang-gun, Daeheungsa (temple), a thousand-year-old temple constructed in the Silla era and Wontong-am(rock). The clean recreation forest in Mt. Hwangjeong provides a calm resting place as well as scenic view.

Facilitiesand location

Lodging Facility Forest cabin 1 cabins : (40㎡) for 6 persons
2 cabins : (46㎡) for 7 persons
Row cabin (2 Row cabins) 4 cabins : (40㎡) or 6 persons
4 cabins : (50㎡) or 8 persons
Amenity Cooking Area 2
Outdoor toilet 1
Camping deck 15
Auto camping 8
Wood Handicraft Booth 1
Location
239-11, Hwangjeongsan-ro (74-1 Olsanrisan-mountain), Daegang-Myeon, Danyang-Gun, Chungbuk
Telephone
(043) 421-0608
Destination used for navigation devices
Hwangjeongsan Natural Recreation Forest-Ticket booth

Tourist attractions

  • Eight Scenic Beauties at DanyangDodamsambong
    Chung Do-jeon, who was one of meritorious retainers in Joseon Dynasty, stayed at Sambong and name his alias after it.
  • Eight Scenic Beauties at DanyangStone Gate
    At the left riverside about 200m upstream of Dodamsambong appears a long, rainbow shaped stone gate.
  • Eight Scenic Beauties at Danyang-Oksunbong
    Rocks of Strange shapes at Oksunbong freely make up the lines of bending and winding and are called Sogeumgang(river). They offer a scenic view, springing up like bamboo shoots.