Crane Forest Park

Crane Forest Park, Xinjin County: Hours, Address, Crane Forest Park Review: 3/5

Crane Forest Park
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Joshua M
By Joshua M
Xinjin Bamboo Forest.
Jan 2018
Firstly, if you're trying to find signposts for this place, it's posted as 'Bamboo forest'- not Crane Forest park. Since this is a park, there is no entry fee (or at least, there wasn't when I visited). The park has guards at the gate, as well as walking around and keeping an eye on the notable attractions such as the traditional home. There are a few bins provided around the park, so litter isn't a problem. The place seemed very clean and well maintained during my visit. Background music plays from stylised speakers (rocks), and gives the place a peaceful ambience. Since I visited in the winter, some of the ponds and pools seem to have dried up, but I hear they're much nicer during the peak season. In the centre of the park, there are a number of tasteful vendors in the traditional Chinese style buildings. Restaurants, gift shops and exhibitions are all present. They do seem to begin closing down at around 7pm. (During the winter at least.) Apparently, it can get busier during the Summertime, but in the Winter I only met a handful of visitors in the afternoon. If you're planning on visiting before March 2018, I'd advise approaching from the North, East or West side- since the entry road to the south is under construction and you can expect traffic, trucks and dirty roads for the upcoming months. So, if you want to take a stroll around nature, snap some photos and enjoy the peaceful setting, why not check out the Bamboo forest for a couple of hours?

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Joshua M
Xinjin County, China142 contributions
Xinjin Bamboo Forest.
Jan 2018 • Solo
Firstly, if you're trying to find signposts for this place, it's posted as 'Bamboo forest'- not Crane Forest park.

Since this is a park, there is no entry fee (or at least, there wasn't when I visited).

The park has guards at the gate, as well as walking around and keeping an eye on the notable attractions such as the traditional home.

There are a few bins provided around the park, so litter isn't a problem. The place seemed very clean and well maintained during my visit.

Background music plays from stylised speakers (rocks), and gives the place a peaceful ambience.
Since I visited in the winter, some of the ponds and pools seem to have dried up, but I hear they're much nicer during the peak season.

In the centre of the park, there are a number of tasteful vendors in the traditional Chinese style buildings. Restaurants, gift shops and exhibitions are all present.
They do seem to begin closing down at around 7pm. (During the winter at least.)

Apparently, it can get busier during the Summertime, but in the Winter I only met a handful of visitors in the afternoon.

If you're planning on visiting before March 2018, I'd advise approaching from the North, East or West side- since the entry road to the south is under construction and you can expect traffic, trucks and dirty roads for the upcoming months.

So, if you want to take a stroll around nature, snap some photos and enjoy the peaceful setting, why not check out the Bamboo forest for a couple of hours?
Written January 17, 2018
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