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Camp Site Campground SUKAYU

Campground SUKAYU
An auto campground surrounded by a cool forest of Japanese beech.

In the middle of a Japanese beech forest, this camping ground overlooks Northern Hakkoda Mountains and Mt. Odake. It has an administration building, a tent site, cooking areas, and other amenities for enjoying outdoor activities. It can serve as a base for sightseeing in the surrounding area, or as a venue for outdoor education, conferences, and more. The adjacent Sukayu Onsen makes an enjoyable bath a possibility. (A separate onsen fee is charged.)

In addition to the tent site, conference rooms are available for training or other purposes. Room sizes range from large 16-tatami-mat rooms to small 6- or 7.3-tatami-mat rooms). Nature experience programs are also held regularly.

Facility Outline

Accommodation:Fixed sites, auto sites (wheelchair accessible), lawn sites (permanent tents)
Common-use Facilities:Administration building, toilets (2), cooking buildings (2)
Open:Check-in: 12:00; Check-out: 11:00
Open: Mid-June to late October * Period changes every year
Closed:Closed during winter
Usage Fee:Requires a Fee
Foreign Languages Accommodated:None
Address:Minami-arakawayama, Arakawa, Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture
A good location
A good location
Administration building
Administration building
Message from the Facility

This campground is nestled in the heart of Hakkoda. Here you can view the magnificent Hakkoda mountains, and enjoy star-filled skies at night. The facilities include spacious cooking areas, a wheelchair-accessible auto camping ground, and other amenities. This is a place to enjoy family camping with peace of mind.

Nearby are walking courses leading to Hakkoda Mountains Botanical Garden Tohoku University, Jigokunuma Pond, and Manjuhukashi, a wooden bench warmed by using onsen steam. Wash away your fatigue at Sukayu Onsen after a walk. We await your visit.