The Cheongnamdae, which means “Cheong Wa Dae in a warm southern land,” was once a private villa used by presidents of Korea. It is located near Daecheong Dam in Cheongwon-gu, Chungcheongbuk-do and was built in 1983. The total area spans 1,825,000ｍ² and consists of a main building, golf range, heliport, and fishing area. The natural environment surrounding the area has been well preserved, serving as a home to wildlife, including over 143 species of wild flowers and 124 species of trees as well as several endangered species. Cheongnamdae became open to the public on April 18, 2003.
Available (500 spaces)
Available (free, requires ID)
Permitted (Must be on a leash and cleaned up after)