Rikuzen Takata Mobilia

This public-owned, high-standard campsite is situated on Hirota Peninsula in the southeast of Iwate Prefecture. Its tent sites are as spacious as 100 to 300 square meters and provided with excellent facilities. For example, each block is equipped with a water-supply line, a sink, and an electric hookup. The Center House is complete with a large public bath. The landscape is spectacular with a breathtaking panoramic view of the pine forest by the sandy beach at sunset and night. Sightseeing attractions include Kurosaki Cliffs Viewpoint, the Sea and Shell Museum, and many others.

Address155-78 Aza-usozawa, Otomo-cho, Rikuzentakata-shi, Iwate
Access1 hour and a half from Ichinoseki Interchange on Tohoku Expressway via National Route 343
Capacity108 camping car spaces, 30 tent spaces, 15 accommodation structures*
GeographyCoastlines and hills (altitude: 100 m or below)
Rate**6,200 yen (Weekday discount & JAC member discount available)
Open seasonAll year (closed on Wednesdays except during high season)
Campsite amenitiesModern restrooms, hot showers, cookhouses with hot water supply, baths, electric hookups, laundry facilities, pet allowed, dump station, camping equipment rental service, wheelchair-accessible restrooms, wheelchair-accessible hot showers, ramps for wheelchair access, wheelchair-accessible tent sites, wheelchair-accessible cookhouses
Recreational activitiesFishing around the peninsula. Swimming at the pine forest beach. Beautiful shells are exhibited at Sea and Shell Museum in the town. There is also Kesen Carpentry and Plaster Heritage Museum near the campsite.

* The term "accommodation structure" includes cottages, cabins, bungalows, and trailer houses.
** This rate is for camping in a tent on a Saturday during non-vacation period.

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