・Package of Harvest Spot Tent: Sakura view, available for 2~5 people, please select the number of people on the next step.
・Included: Afternoon desserts、Handmade workshop、Dinner、Breakfast、Campfire at night、Free parking space.
・The activities and meals can be enjoyed at 【Harvest Restaurant】.
・A 5-meter tent located outdoors with outdoor tables and chairs.
・Double bed*2、Sofa bed*1、Lamp、Hangers、Fan、Mirror、Towels、Electric mosquito repellent、Mosquito repellent、Ear blocks、Electric blanket/ bed/ heater (available from October to April)
・Outdoor shared bathroom: Shower gel and shampoo are offered.
・In response to eco-friendly, no disposable items are provided.
・Once an order is placed, it cannot be changed. Only cancellations can be made, and cancellations are in accordance with the cancellation policy.
・Mountain insects are usually light-oriented, so it is difficult to avoid them when going on a trip in the forest.
・Public washing area provides: Baby bathtub、chairs、cotton swabs、sanitary pad、refrigerator、water dispenser、baby changing、bootle sterilizer、Tescom hairdryer、Thermos bottle.
・Public restaurant provides: Children's chairs、children's tableware.
Schedule of the Camping Area
・Entry Time: 14:00, Check-in time: 16:00, Check-out time: 11:00
・Time for desserts: 14:30 - 16:30
・Handmade workshop: 15:30 (about an hour)
・Dinner time: 18:00 - 19:30 (Lastest time to entry: 18:20)
・Campfire time: 19:30 - 21:30 (Will be canceled due to rainy day)
・Breakfast time: 08:00 - 09:30 Chinese and western style buffet
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.
No. 298-3, Bailan, Taoshan Village, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County.
[ Navigation ] WooRao [ Self-driving ] For visitors driving from the north: Take National Highway 1 and exit at Hsinchu (95A), then turn onto Provincial Highway 68 and continue on Zhongfeng Road (Provincial Highway 3) until you reach County Road 122. Follow County Road 122 for 50.4 kilometers until you see a fork in the road. Keep right and continue driving for about 3 kilometers to arrive. For visitors driving from the south: Take National Highway 3 and exit at Zhulin (90), then head towards Qionglin and turn onto Provincial Highway 68. Continue on Zhongfeng Road (Provincial Highway 3) until you reach County Road 122. Follow County Road 122 for 50.4 kilometers until you see a fork in the road. Keep right and continue driving for about 3 kilometers to arrive.
The Fine Print
- The camping area is available by reservation, so there may not be any tents available if you visit temporarily.
- Please comply with the rules and regulations of the camping area during your stay, and refer to [Notice to Customers] for more details.
- During the COVID-19, we will implement unconditional cancellation or postponement if the status of the Level 3 alert is raised and maintained during the COVID-19.
- The merchant meets the government's pandemic prevention regulations, please feel free to experience the service. Any adjustment will be based on the announcement on-site.
- Customers must follow the epidemic prevention regulations announced at the store. Any adjustment will be based on the announcement on-site.
Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy