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Rotary Club Campsite

Rotary Park Campsite
Location: Rotary Park, Tai Mo Shan Country Park
Tent space: 4
Accessibility: Easy; for beginners
Introduction: Set amid Tai Mo Shan Country Park Rotary Barbecue Site, this site is fairly close to Twisk Road. Campers can bask in the lovely scents of nearby flowers such as Aglaia Odorata, Sweet Osanthus Flower and Micchelia Figo. A barbeque site straddles the campsite providing spacious activity area. The viewing point is and ideal location to enjoy an open view of Tsuen Wan and Tsing Yi.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, benches and tables and drains.
Hygienic facilities: Flushing toilets and sinks
Source of water: Tap
Highlights: Tai Mo Shan Country Park Visitor Centre comprises an exhibition gallery and an activity room. The Exhibition Gallery is composed of six themes which introduce Tai Mo Shan Country Park, climate change in global and local perspectives, the effect of climate change in local forests, ecosystem and the effect of climate change at polar regions. The Centre is designed to provide a self-learning platform and foster public awareness of nature conservation.
Country trails: "Hiking Practice Trail, Tai Mo Shan Family Walk, Twisk Nature Trail, MacLehose Trail - Stage 8 (towards Shing Mun Reservoir) and Stage 9 (towards Tuen Mun)
How to get there: Take Bus 51(Kam Tin-bound) from Tsuen Wan West Railway Station Bus Terminus or the bus stop atop of the Tsuen Wan Railway station. Get off at bus stop "Country Park" and walk for 5 minutes.
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Last Review Date : 27 October 2015