Chungjuho Lake is the nation’s largest lake, and was formed after the construction of Chungju Dam. When constructing the dam, an approximately 66.48㎢-area was submerged throughout three region in Chungju, Danyang and Jecheon. Even though nearly 50,000 people lost their hometown, the lake became a famous tourist spot of the region, along with Woraksan National Park, Songgye Valley, Cheongpung Culture Center, Eight Sceneries of Danyang, Gosu Cave, Guinsa Temple, Suanbo Hot Springs, Nodong Cave and other spots.
Tourists can enjoy the scenic area on five ferry docks from Chungjunaru, main ferry dock of Chungju Dam, Cheongpungnaru, Janghoenaru where Gudambong Peak and Oksunbong Peak are located, Danyangnaru in Danyang-eup, and Woraknaru located near the beautiful scenery of Woraksan Mountain. From Chungju Dam to Janghoenaru, it takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, making it a long-distance course and offers special sightseeing on board. This course also holds great views of Chungjuho Lake and Yeongbong Peak of Woraksan Mountain, the surrounding scenery of Woraknaru, and two scenic spots of Danyang which are Gudanbong and Oksunbong Peak featuring uniquely-shaped rocks and peaks. This course is the most attractive among Chungjuho ferry excursion routes.