Valley Deer | Camping Reservation | Two meals per night


・Valley Deer Plan, surrounded by cedar forest and accommodates 2-5 people. Please select the number of guests in the next step.
・Reservation includes afternoon snacks, dinner, breakfast, evening campfire, and free parking.
・Activities and meals are provided at the Harvest Restaurant.
・The outdoor 5-meter tent comes with outdoor tables and chairs.
・Inside the tent, there are two double beds, one sofa bed, a table lamp, a clothes hanger, a fan, a standing mirror, bath towels, liquid electric mosquito repellent, earplugs, and an electric blanket/bed/strip (available from October to April).
・Shared outdoor bathrooms provide wall-mounted shower gel and shampoo.
・In support of eco-friendly travel, disposable amenities are not provided.
・After the order is placed, partial modifications are possible. For cancellations, please refer to the cancellation policy.
・There are many insects in the mountains, and they are attracted to light. It may be difficult to avoid them when traveling in the forest.
・Luggage transfer service is provided. Travelers with limited mobility should consider the Yamaya Kodomo area (which requires climbing about 20 stairs → second parking lot → downhill walk → arrive at Yamaya Kodomo area).

※The public washroom area provides: baby bath tub, small chair, cotton swabs, first aid cotton, double-door 97L small refrigerator, hot and cold water dispenser, diaper changing station, bottle sterilizer, Tescom hair dryer, and thermos.
※The public restaurant area provides: children's chairs and utensils.

【Deep travel experiences can be added from Monday to Sunday, with Wednesdays being a day of rest.】
・Activity name: Atayal hunting trail to find their roots
・Activities: Atayal hunting, forest exploration, campfire millet wine
・Registration fee: TWD 990/person, original registration fee is TWD 2500/person
・Activity time:19:30 - 21:30
・Whether the activity will start as a group will be decided at 17:00 on the day due to weather factors and the number of applicants.
・If you have purchased and paid online, if the tour does not start on the same day, we will assist you on-site to apply for an online refund (refund working days: 7-14 days excluding holidays).
・There is an upper limit on the number of people in the event. Book online and directly purchase the event. The group will start when the number of registrations reaches 3 people.
・If the group is successfully opened, the hunter guide will be asked on the day if a small number of places can be opened for additional purchases on site.
・In order to ensure the safety of this activity, participants are requested to bring their own rain boots or non-slip shoes, and the following status restrictions will be imposed: those under 12 years old, pregnant women, those with heart disease, those with symptoms of high blood pressure, and those with inconvenient legs and feet.

Activity schedule
・Admission time: 14:00, check-in time: 16:00
・Welcome snack time: 14:30-16:00
・Local experience time: 15:00 (about 1 hour, no waiting for overdue guests)
・Dinner time: 18:00-19:30, tribal-style creative dishes (dining time will be adjusted to 2 sessions based on the number of people)
・Evening campfire: 19:30-21:30 (canceled in case of rain)
・Breakfast time: 08:00-09:30, self-service buffet with both Chinese and Western styles.
・Check-out time: 11:00

About Merchant

  • 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.

Public Transportation

[ 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.

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  • This campsite operates on a reservation system. If you visit without prior booking, there may not be any tents available for accommodation.
  • During your stay, please follow the campsite's regulations. For more information on these regulations, please refer to the "Customer Guidelines"section.


Cancellation and Rescheduling Policy