Our camping site, Kabuto-no-Mori Terrace, is located in a small town surrounded by beautiful nature at the headwaters of the Suzuka River.
This is an outdoor facility where you can enjoy camping during all four seasons. You can enjoy cherry blossoms in the Spring, swim in the river in the Summer, enjoy the autumn leaves in the Fall, and stargazing in the Winter.
There are three different camping sites. One is an RV campground where you can bring your own camping car to stay. There are also two free sites you can choose from either on the grass or in the forest. Additionally, we also have a floating tent site available. You can experience a new style of camping that you've never done before.
For individuals who aren't fully comfortable camping in tents or to accommodate younger children, we have six cottages available as an option for your stay. This allows everyone to enjoy outdoor activities at our camping site.
Guests can also enjoy fitness activities such as trekking and road biking. We also have a local mountain trail where guests can hike and enjoy the scenic views of the local mountains as well as the entire town.
From a distance, our mountains look beautiful and green.
However, when you step inside mountains, you will find many of them have not been well cared for.
After the War, our ancestors worked hard cultivating, planting trees, and caring for these precious mountains for the next generations.
Those trees are now 60 to 70 years old. Nevertheless, people today are not aware of the importance of preserving our mountains as people used to be.
People no longer maintain forest roads that allow us to access forest management.
Consequently, trees planted after the war fall due to decay or damage and cause natural disasters that affect the city downstream.
The Suzuka River flows into Ise Bay through Kameyama City, Suzuka City, and Yokkaichi City, which are major cities in Mie Prefecture.
The environmental problems had an immeasurable impact on downstream towns in the Kabuto region.
We are responsible for inheriting what our ancestors did to us, taking care of our beautiful trees and mountains.
Kabuto-no-Mori Terrace want people to realize the importance of preserving our mountains through spending time at our camping site enjoying water from the headwaters of the Suzuka River, and trees. Mountains are the backbone of life on earth. We aim to create a facility that energizes the local community and the local mountains. We want more people to be interested in the nature and culture of this area.
Our camping site, Kabuto-no-Mori Terrace, allows our guests to spend a special holiday in nature offering various activities in physical fitness such as Road biking, Nordic walking, Trekking, Running, and Yoga, which are connected to cognitive and mental health benefits as well as improvements in well-being.