Chungjuho Lake Information

 
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Chungjuho Lake Information

Chungjuho is a multi-purpose lake made by a river dam. This large lake is very clean and well-preserved. At the Chungju Dam Ferry Dock, ferries depart to follow the waterways of Chungjuho Lake. The ferry travels to Oksunbong, Gudambong, and Manhakcheonbong Peaks, Choga Rock, Whale Rock, Hyeonhakbong, Onodong, Sinseonbong, Gangseondae, Beodeulbong, Oseongam, Seolmabong, Jebibong, and Dumusan to reach its final destination at Sindanyang Dock. When the ferry draws near Cheongpung Ferry Dock, you can see the second highest water fountain in Asia.

The nearby Chungjuho Lake Resort is considered the best lakeside resort in the nation, containing various sports, recreational, and entertainment facilities. With all the popular lake sports facilities, the resort welcomes many tourists.

Nearby Chungjuho Lake are Mt. Woraksan National Park, Cheongpung Culture Center, Eight Sceneries of Danyang, Gosugul Cave, Suanbo Hot Springs, and other well-known tourist sites that draw many tourists.

Tour Course Information

Ferries operate in five areas of Chungjuho Lake. Most popular ferry routes are Chunjumaru that departs from Chungju Dam and Janghwenary that is near Eight sceneries of Danyang. Cheongpungnaru is also a popular course as it is situated near KBS and SBS studio as well as Cheongpung Land.

1.Chungjunaru

*Course 1*

Time required/Fee/Main attractions

1)Chungjunaru-> Janghwenaru (38KM,(High Speed Ferry)

one hour and 10 minutes(Big Ferry)/2 hours and 10 minutes/Adult 13,000 won/Children 6,500 won/Mt. Weolaksan, Mt. Oksunbong, Mt. Gudambong, Mt. Geumsusan

2)Chungjunaru-> Jaonghwenaru(return distance 76KM,(High Speed Ferry)

two hours and 30 minutes(big ferry)/three hours and 30 minutes/Adult 22,000 won/Children 13,000 won

3)Chungjunaru-> Cheongpungnaru(25.Km, High Speed Ferry)


40 mintues (big ferry)/one hour and 10 minutes/Adult 9,000 won/Children 4,500 won /Mt. Weolaksan, MBC Studio

4)Chungjunaru-> Danyangnaru(53KM, High Speed Ferry)

One hour and 50 minutes(Big Ferry)/2 hours and 50 minutes/Adult 18,000 won/Children 9,000 won/Mt. Weolaksan, Mt. Oksunbong, Mt. Gudambong, Mt. Geumsusan

*Course 2*

Time required/Fee/Main attractions

1)Chungjunaru -> Weolaksan(Return cruise 18km) One hour/Adult 8,000 won/Children 4,000 won/Mt. Weolaksan, Mt. Gyemyeongsan

2.Details

Two types of cruises operate-'Kwesokseon' (High Speed Ferry) and 'Daehyeongseon' (Big Ferry)

1)Hours(Summer Season)/9 a.m.~4:30p.m. (one hour interval) (Winter Season)10 a.m.~3 p.m. (two hour interval)

2)Pleaase inquire in advance as running hours may vary. +82-43-851-5771(Korean)

Local Transportation

- From Danyang Intercity Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Chungju and get off at Janghoenaru (1 hour interval / 30 min ride).

- From Chungju Station, taxi takes 20 min to Chungjuho Lake dock.

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