Nakashibetsuchoumidorigaoka shinrinkouen Camp site

The Midorigaoka Forest Park is a park for about 57 hectares of parks adjacent to the northern part of the city center, about a 30-minute walk (about 3 km), a townspeople refuge campground facilities. The forest campground is 16,800 square meters in size. In addition to the plaza, in addition to the plaza, we have maintained 23 other trim courses (for elementary and junior high school students) such as wooden playground equipment, sliding table, swing, and towel. Most natural forests in the park are natural forests, you can enjoy various kinds of trees around the four seasons, Mizunara, Birch, Wig, and Harnile. The forest trail in the park is 6 km in length and you can enjoy the forest bath while enjoying the change of the topography such as the hill where you can see the city and the wooden sidewalk where you can observe the flowers of the marsh and the forest that can see the Shiretoko mountain range.

Address
北海道標津郡中標津町北中3番地16
Contact No.
+81-153-73-2191
Access
中標津バスターミナル徒歩30分
Schedule
2018年2月3日~2018年2月4日

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Nakashibetsuchoumidorigaoka shinrinkouen Camp site

The Midorigaoka Forest Park is a park for about 57 hectares of parks adjacent to the northern part of the city center, about a 30-minute walk (about 3 km), a townspeople refuge campground facilities. The forest campground is 16,800 square meters in size. In addition to the plaza, in addition to the plaza, we have maintained 23 other trim courses (for elementary and junior high school students) such as wooden playground equipment, sliding table, swing, and towel. Most natural forests in the park are natural forests, you can enjoy various kinds of trees around the four seasons, Mizunara, Birch, Wig, and Harnile. The forest trail in the park is 6 km in length and you can enjoy the forest bath while enjoying the change of the topography such as the hill where you can see the city and the wooden sidewalk where you can observe the flowers of the marsh and the forest that can see the Shiretoko mountain range.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.