In Noto Peninsula National Monument

oshima camp site

A memorable experience at a sea campsite rich in nature

on the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture.

It is a popular auto campsite for families.

Important Notices

The renewal of the homepage has been completed. From now on, all reservations for log houses, cottages, sites with power supplies, and sites with dog runs will be made from the official website. Thank you for your cooperation.

In addition, cancellations and changes to reservations cannot be entered from the website, so please call us. Please note that we cannot accept reservations over the conventional telephone. (Telephone number 090-4329-3134)

Oshima Campsite is one of the largest auto campsites on the Sea of ​​Japan side, with about 500 free sites that can be set up, surrounded by the nature of white sand and blue pine trees located in the Noto Peninsula National Monument.

The Oshima campsite, which has a vast site, is almost a free site, and you can drive in your favorite place and set up a tent, and some customers can stay for many nights from the day camp. I will.

The summer is crowded with families, and the spring and autumn camps are moderately crowded, so you can enjoy a quiet adult camp.
The kitchen and toilets are always cleaned and kept clean, and garbage is collected separately.

There is a beach right next to it, and campsite users are free to enter and leave the beach. During the summer vacation period, we also carry out a seine net, and you can experience it for free at an event for customers using the campsite. The shallow sea is highly transparent, so even small children can enjoy swimming with peace of mind.

Pets are allowed at this campsite. Log houses and cottages are also OK, but please be careful of the customers around you and be sure to dispose of feces by yourself.

The campsite is open all season, but will be closed from December 30th to January 3rd.
You can use it at any time except closed days.

Facility information

We will guide you through each facility in the campground

Information on seine nets and beaches

Information on the adjacent Oshima beach

Information on usage fees

Information on admission and facility charges

Information around

Introduction of sightseeing spots, fishing spots, baths, shopping, etc.