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NATIONAL NATURAL RECREATION FOREST

JEOLLA-DO PROVINCE

Cheongwansan Natural Recreation Forest

cheongwansan(mountain), one of the five great mountains of Honam region, is the 723m tall rocky mountain at the borderline of Gwansan-eup and Daedeok-eup. The name ‘Cheongwan’-san came from its steep rocky peaks, which means the ‘heavenly crown.’ In Spring, red camellia flowers bloom, while in Fall pampas grass blankets the entire area, creating a spectacular scene. If you hike up this mountain you will able to see the Dadohae on the south coast. To the north there are the Mt. Wolchul of Yeongam, Mt. Jeam of Boseong, and Mt. Mudeung of Gwangju. On a clear day, even Mt. Halla of Jeju Island can be seen from across the ocean. The recreational forest is well-maintained and has many paths for a leisurely walk.

Facilitiesand location

Lodging Facility Forest Cabin 5 cabins (23㎡) for 4 people
1 cabin (33㎡) for 5 people
2 cabins (44㎡) for 7 people
1 cabins (49㎡) for 8 people
Row Cabin 1 cabin 2 rooms (33 ㎡) for 5 people
Amenity Swimming Pool 1unit (100㎡)
Camping Deck 20units
Parking lots 3units
Forest Culture Experience Ground 1 unit
Nature Trail 1unit (1.7㎞)
Hiking Trail course 1 (2.8㎞)
course 2 (3.2㎞)
Location
842-1150 Chilgwan-ro, Nong-an ri, Gwansan-eup, Jangheung-gun, Jeonnam
Telephone
(061)867-6974
Destination used for navigation devices
Cheongwansan Natural Recreation Forest -Ticket office

Tourist attractions

  • Jeongnamjin
    Jeongnamjin is a beach located exact South of Seoul’s Gwanghwamun(gate) to the very tip of Korean Peninsula, with the excellent view of the ocean as well as the beautiful islands.
  • Pyeonbaek(cypress)soop(forest) Woodland
    Pyunbaek-soop Woodland is a forest complex with various facilities, such as healing forests, Hanok(traditional Korean-style house) complex and others.
  • Cheongwansan Literature Park
    This park commemorates the works of great modern Korean literary persons (writers, poets and others) with 54 steles; each engraved with the works of these writers.