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  1. 1. Black Hawk Adventures:KOREA: Best Place to Camp
  2. 2. Korean Government does not particularly promote camping inKorea but surely campers will enjoy Korea more than any othercamping experiences they had. National parks are the best bet forrecreational camping in natural areas, but campgrounds in touristareas such as Seoul are available.Campsites sprout in almost all major cities in Korea, they have settheir own camping resort with of course support from the centralgovernment. Every campsite differs from each other, some arebetter even so camping facilities are considered a good alternativefor Korea, where there is less accommodation provision outside ofthe city.
  3. 3. Travelling in Seoul can get a little airless sometimes since one-fifth of the population of Korearesides in the mega city. If you are more of a nature lover type, there are a number ofvenues nestled inside and outside of Seoul that provide a quieter yet equally excitingalternative to city thrill. Campers are sure tired of the city that is why they are enthusiastic ofthe thought of camping so that they may be able to enjoy the cool, calm and lush of nature.Camping gives a great opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the fast forward citylife.If you are not so much of a fun of camping you must try camping in Korea. Camping inKorea is one of the best ways to see the many stunning things life can offer. Beautifulnational and provincial parks scattered throughout the country will satisfy your picky tastebuds for fun. They present beautiful settings, cultural sites, hiking trails and other attractions.These parks are well run with a developed infrastructure and well-appointed campgrounds,several offering tents and mattresses for hire. There may be amusement parks, playgrounds,swimming and sports available on the premises or nearby. These campgrounds usually havetents and bedding as well as restaurants and shops and often have hot water andelectricity.And the most fun part is many of these parks offer campgrounds with full utilities for as low as3,000 won per night, family fun adventure for less.
  4. 4. Unfortunately not all throughout the year these campsites will be available,most campgrounds are close during winter. Booking is a must more especiallyduring peak season, form late July to August; it’s first come-, first-serve basis.There are also private campgrounds, Gangwon province has a number ofcampgrounds as choices. The Songjiho Auto Camping Resort is open April toNovember with 90 tent sites. Reservations are recommended. Shaded sites areavailable at Solsum Camping. The Mangsang Auto Camping Resort forcaravans and tents is near the sandy Mangsang Beach and has a cafeteria,playground and laundry; caravans — recreational vehicles — and cabins areavailable for rent. Gyeonggi Province is home to Jara Island’s JarasumCampground and Bandi Camping in Paju and Nanji Camp in Sangam-dong.The best part about camping is you got to go back to basics and enjoy life asit is. You have to start from scratch. You can go back to being kids when youwere just playing house, while you enjoy the scenery and the sense of being inthe wild. It can be very thrilling and you can have the change to experiencenew thing every after camping trips.
  5. 5. Raising her children and using her gifts • How many children did Coretta Scott King have? • What were their names? • How did she use her background in music to support and further the civil rights movement?
  6. 6. Traveling to celebrate freedom • Make a timeline of the dates and places that Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King visited together to celebrate a country’s freedom, to honor the memory of an inspirational leader, and to accept a prestigious award. Name of Name of Name of Name of Name of Name of Name of Name of Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 Event 5 Event 6 Event 7 Event 8 1st Date 2nd Date 3rd Date 4th Date 5th Date 6th Date 7th Date 8th Date Description of Description Description Description Description Description Description Description Event of Event of Event of Event of Event of Event of Event of Event
  7. 7. Speaking out and taking a stand • Tell about the different places and times that Coretta Scott King spoke in public to take a stand against injustice and to support peace.
  8. 8. Coretta Scott King’s legacy • Describe the other organizations that Coretta Scott King established to further the cause of social justice in the United States and around the world.