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Ikazawa Campground五十沢キャンプ場

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Camping / Auto Camping

This campground on the banks of the Ikazawa River is a 15-minute drive from Muikamachi Interchange. Located in a lush forest and full of the sounds of the river, the campground features a number of unique lodging facilities including an auto camping site with space for 80 cars, cottages, a central lodge, the Taka-no-Su (Hawk's Nest) campsite where guests can enjoy campfires. Guests can climb ropes and logs at the campground's playground, play on the Ikazawa River, or try fishing at the campground's fishing hole (summer only). The Uramakihatake Valley upstream of the Ikazawa River features a number of trekking courses. All in all, the campground is an amazing place to enjoy the beauty of nature.

place

Nigata Pref. Minamiuonumashi Nagamatsu 941

phone 0257742142
place

8:00-17:00
* Depends on facilities

Review of Ikazawa Campsite

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Reviewed:2018/08/18 楽しく利用させていただきました。
家族で、木目調のコテージに宿泊する形で、本所を利用させていただきましたが、川遊びや、ニジマス釣り(有料)、ニジマスの掴み取り(有料)、虫取り(カブトムシなど)、散策等々、自然を満喫させていただきました。もちろん、山の天気は変わりやすく、時には強い雨の時間帯もあったり、コテージ備え付けの備品等について思うところもあったりしましたが(TVは映らない、携帯の電波はほとんど圏外など)、スタッフの方々の対応...

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Address

Nigata Pref. Minamiuonumashi Nagamatsu 941 [map]

Phone

0257742142

Hours
8:00-17:00
* Depends on facilities
Closed
Open from noon (late November-closed in March)
Fees
[Entrance fee] Junior high school student and above 300 yen, elementary school student 200 yen, less than 4 years old free
※ Depends on facilities
Parking Lot
Yes (70)
Credit Card
No

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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