Taoshan Village, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County.No. 298-3, Bailan
- The park is located in the 1000-meter high Pailan tribe, surrounded by beautiful cedar forests. On clear days, you can overlook the Pailan River Valley, and sometimes you can sit and watch the rolling clouds like waves, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountains. Throughout the year, the park offers diverse views, with cherry blossom season in February to March, firefly season in May, hydrangea season from May to July, and beetle season from July to August. Occasionally, you can also find bamboo beetles, flying squirrels, and Taiwan's smallest owl - the Collared Scops Owl, making it an ecologically rich and picturesque paradise. The park also offers a luxury camping experience with Atayal-style cuisine, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the culture of the Atayal tribe.
In support of environmental protection and green tourism, disposable amenities will not be provided. Please bring your own.
If the actual number of occupants exceeds the number of people booked, Woorao cannot provide service.
Electric blankets/bedding/strips (provided from October to April), dehumidifiers, and fans are available in the room. Please do not bring other electrical appliances as they may cause a risk of power outage.
Tent insulation is limited, and sensitive travelers should consider this. Earplugs are available on-site.
To preserve the mountain and forest environment, the park does not provide outdoor barbecuing or picnic activities outside the park.
The campground does not have a pet-friendly area and does not allow pets to stay.
The area is surrounded by mountains, and it can be cool in the morning and evening, with many mosquitoes. Remember to bring warm clothing.
Monkeys occasionally appear, so always remember to close the tent zipper. If you see a monkey in the forest, please do not make loud noises to avoid scaring them, and do not feed the wildlife.