Parks

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Seoul has different types of parks. These include ecological parks designed with the preservation of certain rare types of flora and fauna in mind, and its small and medium-sized parks that provide an environmentally-friendly setting with diverse fun faclilities for the whole family.

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An experience park that restored the damaged areas inside the development restriction zone, such as vinyl greenhouses, etc., under the theme of picnics for families. It is a park for ecological learning within healthy forests that minimize artificial facilities. Created as a culture-oriented park, it includes the establishment of small outdoor stages, etc., to focus mainly on young people. Area: Total 179,666㎥ Opening Date: December 30, 1962

Jungnang Campground

Landscape Facilities
-Waterscape facilities: 2,900㎡ (fountain ponds 1,120, terrace ponds 440, streams 720, dry streams 620)
-Grass plaza: 5,000㎡ (Youth Cultural Zone/Wi-Fi)
-Promenade: 1,767㎡ (promenades 797, mountain trails 970)
-Landscape trees: 82,473 units (trees 2,411, bushes 80,062)
-Other green lands: 90,480㎡ (ground-cover plants 6,000, grasses 14,480, green fields 70,000, flowering plants 164,000)

Recreation Facilities
- Campgrounds: 47 spaces (37,200㎡/management office 1 building, rest room 1 building, dish-washing site 1 building, sports facilities, etc.).

Cultural Facilities
-Youth Reading Room: 936㎡ (2 floors)
-Youth Community Center: 390㎡ (3 floors) (Expected to be completed at the end of October 2010)
-Parts of Ecological Learning Zone and Youth Cultural Zone: 24,400㎡ (Expected to be completed at the end of October 2010)

Administrative Facilities
-Administration office: 576㎡ (parks 196, campgrounds 380, spa, rest rooms, snack bars, etc.)
- Parking lots: 68 spaces (Youth Cultural Zones 58, Family Camping Zones 10)
- Park lights: 136 (park lights 90, security lights 46)