Gyorae Natural Recreational Forest Camping Site is a camping site situated within one of Jeju’s Gotjawal forests. Campers can choose to either simply camp on the grass for 2,000 won or can rent an additional deck for 6-8,000 won.
The buildings within the site are designed to look like traditional Jeju thatched roof houses and this is complimented by the traditional Batdam black stone walls that are found throughout.
As it is situated within the forest, the campsite is also connected to a host of walking paths that go through the forest.
Firstly, the beach itself is spectacular. The white sand is some of the purest on Jeju and the seawater is some of the clearest. This all combines with views of Biyangdo Island and Jeju’s black volcanic rock formations to give a view that is unique to this part of Jeju.While many of Jeju’s beaches have spaces dedicated for camping, the campsite at Hyeopjae Beach is perhaps the best of the lot.
The campsite itself is situated just behind a stretch of sand that is slightly west of Hyeopjae Beach. This is away from the crowds found on the two main strips which make it the perfect place for a relaxed evening in the sun.
There aren’t many facilities on offer and you aren’t allowed to cook at the site but there are plenty of restaurants nearby if you get hungry.The campsite at Pyoseon Beach is about as basic as it gets, however, it’s completely free and with the views on offer it is still an incredible place to go camping. The site itself is situated on the southern side of the beach and is a flat grassy area surrounded by trees.
Hamdeok Camping Star Caravans are caravans based right next to Hamdeok Beach. Hamdeok is fairly close to Jeju City, and its turquoise seas and views of Seoubong Oreum make it one of the most beautiful beaches on Jeju.
The caravans all come with everything you could need for your stay including a bed, table, bathroom, and even an outdoor deck where you can have a BBQ.
Address: 190 Hamdeok-ri, Jochon-eup
Phone number: 064-782-0053
Price per night: 69,000 to 169,000 won depending on the caravan type and time of year.
Located in Cheonjeyeon Waterfall Park, it is an eco-friendly campsite surrounded by the sound of the forest, birds and the waterfall.Jungmun Jinsil Camp Site is a great spot due to its accessibility to the nearby tourist attractions found in the Jungmun Resort, as well as the beauty of the surrounding landscape.
There are 26 tent facilities, all of which have decks as well as comfortable bedding, and access to a shower room with hot water, cooking facilities, and other amenities.
Furthermore, basic equipment such as portable pots and pans, tables, chairs, portable gas stoves, pillows, lanterns and equipment for a grill are all provided to help you have a barbecue party.
Address: Seogwipo-si Cheonjeyeon-ro 132
Phone number: 064-739-1036
Price per night: 55,000 to 88,000 won depending on the day, and time of year
Jeju Glamping is a full-scale glamping experience on the eastern side of Jeju. It has everything a glamper could want including a large play area, restaurant, shops, and a swimming pool.
There are two types of tent available, each one can fit in up to four people which, considering the facilities available, make it a great place for families to enjoy a camping vacation without any of the hassle associated.
Its location is fairly remote but people who choose to rent a car will easily be able to access some of Jeju’s most famous sites such as Sunrise Peak, Udo Island, Manjanggul Cave, Weoljeong Beach and more with relative ease.
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