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Oct. 15 2023

[Near Sapporo] Enjoy nature to the fullest! 4 scenic campgrounds

Hokkaido is surrounded by mountains and the sea, and is known for its vast land and great nature. In recent years, “Hokkaido camping” has become very popular among foreign tourists who have visited Hokkaido many times. At the campsite in Furano, the percentage of foreign users has increased rapidly in recent years!

Therefore, this time we will introduce carefully selected campgrounds that are recommended for tourists who want to experience camping in Hokkaido and can enjoy the experience with peace of mind.

  1. Kuriyama Sakura Campsite (Kuriyama City)
  2. Hakkenzan Winery Bonfire Campsite ( Sapporo City)
  3. Lake Inn Campsite (Shintoku Town)
  4. Buubetsu no Mori Campsite (Shirarai Town)

1. Kuriyama Sakura Campsite (Kuriyama City)

A family-friendly campsite located about an hour by car from Sapporo.

There are convenience stores, home centers, supermarkets, etc. in the surrounding area, so if you forget to buy something, you can take care of it right away.

It is also possible to use the hot springs adjacent to the campsite, making this field recommended for beginners who can enjoy comfortable camping while enjoying outdoor activities.

  • Address: 91 Yuchi, Kuriyama-cho, Yubari-gun, Hokkaido 069-1508
  • Phone number: +81-123-72-1123
  • Web: https://kuriyama-sakura.com/
  • Check-in: 14:00~
  • Check-out: ~11:00
  • Admission fee: None
  • Site usage fee

◆Free site◆

Monday to Thursday: 700 yen~ (1 tent + 1 tarp)

*Optional: All-you-can-use hot spring admission 900 yen for adults, 500 yen for elementary school students

2,800 yen on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and the day before holidays (1 tent + 1 tarp)

*Optional: All-you-can-use hot spring admission: 1,100 yen for adults, 600 yen for elementary school students

◆Garbage collection fee◆

500 yen

  • Day camp (10:00-18:00)

Monday to Thursday: 700 yen (1 tent + 1 tarp)

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and the day before holidays: 2,000 yen (1 tent + 1 tarp)

  • On-site facilities: toilets, baths, showers, restaurants, cafeteria shops, vending machines, cooking building

2. Hakkenzan Winery Bonfire Campsite

A campsite located in Minami-ku, Sapporo, near Jozankei Onsen and surrounded by nature. The campsite attached to the wine field is vast and can accommodate a variety of situations.

A tree house, the icon of this campsite, has been built in the center of the grounds, and a typical Hokkaido landscape is spread out. The store is also well stocked, with a variety of wines aged at the winery, as well as beef and pork from Hokkaido.

  • Address: 194-1 Toyama, Minami-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 061-2275
  • Phone number: +81-11-211-4384
  • Web: https://hakkenzancamp.com/
  • Check-in: 9:30-19:30, 8:00-17:00 from mid-November to mid-March
  • Check-out: ~11:00
  • Admission fee

High school students and above: Weekdays (Sunday to Friday) 2,000 yen

Holidays (Saturdays and the day before holidays) 2,500 yen

Elementary and junior high school students: 500 yen all day

*Free for children under 6 years old

*+3000 yen if using the Sunset Bushcraft site

*Sauna tent fee: 3,000 yen/120 minutes. Maximum of 4 people per tent. A one-day charter costs 15,000 yen. Separate day camp or accommodation fees are required for use. Firewood for the sauna is purchased separately. Swimsuits and yukatas are required for elementary school students and older.

  • Site usage fee: None
  • Day camp (9:30-17:00)

High school students and above: 1,500 yen

Elementary and junior high school students: 300 yen

  • On-site facilities: toilets, restaurant, cafeteria shop, cooking building, sauna tent
  • Rental availability: Yes

3. Lake Inn Campsite

This campsite is located in Shintoku-cho, Hokkaido, about 2 hours by car from Sapporo, and is surrounded by the beauty of nature. Kutari Lake spreads out in front of you, and in addition to camping, you can also enjoy various outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, and canoeing.

There is also a hot spring facility, so you can relax in the warm hot springs after your day’s activities or during the colder months. Full of facilities, this is the perfect campsite for spending time with family and friends.

  • Address: 808 Kutsutari, Shintoku-cho, Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido 081-0154
  • Phone number: +81-156-65-2141
  • Web: https://www.lakeinn.jp/camp/
  • Check-in: 13:00~
  • Check-out: ~11:00
  • Admission fee

800 yen for junior high school students and above

400 yen for elementary school students and above

Free for preschoolers

  • Site usage fee

◆Auto site A with power supply (capacity: 2 people)◆

From 1,600 yen (1 night/1 site) ■Recommended number of users: 1 to 2 people

◆Auto site B with power supply (capacity: 4 people)◆

From 2,200 yen (1 night/1 site) ■Recommended number of users: 1 to 4 people

◆Auto site C with power supply (capacity: 5 people)◆

From 2,200 yen (1 night/1 site) ■Recommended number of users: 1 to 5 people

◆Free site◆

From 1,600 yen (1 night/1 site)

*Additional 500 yen for the second and subsequent units

  • Day camp (13:00-19:00)

Half price of the above site amount + admission fee for the number of users

  • On-site facilities: Bath, shower, garbage disposal, laundry, toilet, restaurant, cafeteria shop, vending machine, AC power supply
  • Rental availability: Yes

 4.Buubetsu no Mori Campsite

A campsite located in a quiet forest run by a forestry company in Shiraoi Town, where Upopoy National Ainu Museum and Park is located. The venue is surrounded by a forest of white birch trees, and you can enjoy the scenery of Hokkaido to your heart’s content.

In addition, there are several Shiraoi beef dealers with good reputations in Japan in the vicinity. At the store, you can purchase beef for yakiniku, hamburgers, etc., making your camping meal time more enriching. Additionally, you can use as much firewood as you like in designated areas within the grounds, making it a popular campsite for bonfire enthusiasts.

  • Address: 110-2 Ishiyama, Shiraoi-cho, Shiraoi-gun, Hokkaido 059-0921
  • Phone number: +81-80-4044-3388
  • Web: https://bubetsu.com/
  • Check-in: 13:00-16:00 (*Early check-in 11:00-)
  • Check-out: ~10:00
  • Fee:         

Admission fee

660 yen for junior high school students and above

330 yen for elementary school students and above

Free for preschoolers

Site usage fee

◆Auto site◆

From 2,200 yen (1 night/1 site)

◆Auto site BIG◆

Starting from 4,400 yen (1 night/1 site) *Approximately twice the size of a regular auto site

◆Free site◆

For 1 to 6 people: 1,100 yen~ For 7 people: 1,650 yen (1 night/1 site)

  • Day camp (11:00-17:00)

550 yen + admission fee for the number of users

  • On-site facilities: Garbage dump, toilet, kitchen building
  • Rental availability: Yes

In this article, we have selected and introduced a selection of campgrounds that are easy to access from Sapporo and that even first-time campers can enjoy with peace of mind.

Why not take this opportunity to experience an extraordinary life in the midst of nature?

The clean air and vast nature will refresh your mind and body.

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