Joldeuru Camping Site is located in Bukpyeong-myeon, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do, and it is found near the beautiful Sugam-gyegok Valley. Apart from the wide camping site, there are also grass field for foot volleyball and futsal. Individual camping areas are not fixed, but instead they are divided by decks and the ground. Visitors can swim in the cold water of the valley right next to the camping site.
Joldeuru' is a pure Korean word meaning a small flatland. Joldeuru Camping Site is a recreation area managed by the village in order to prevent damage of nature and water pollution. Therefore, the elders of the village take turns to take care of the camping site. The camping site is equipped with simple sports equipments, so visitors can work out in the morning. Visitors can also enjoy the fresh air from the forest, because the camping site is surrouned by the mountains.
A nearby tourist site is Arari Dolls' House located at a distance of nine-minute drive. It was founded by Ahn Jeong-eui who led the Seoul Puppet Theater Company (the first puppet theater company in the country) for thirty years. In 1998, Ahn Jeong-eui rented Najeon Branch School and opened a doll workshop; after exhibiting several dolls, the place eventually opened as Doll Museum in April 30, 2015. The museum exhibits dolls used in demestic performances as well as international performances around the world. For those who have children who love dolls, it will not only be a chance to see various dolls, but also a learning experience to see the history and distinct characteristics of the dolls.