|Ansan Reed Marsh Park (안산갈대습지공원)|
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|The Ansan Reed Marsh Park is an environmental treatment facility and Korea’s first large-scale artificial wetland, using reeds and other aquatic plants to improve the water quality of branch streams (the Banwol, Donghwa and Samhwa) flowing into Sihwaho Lake. It is an ecological park where people can rest amid nature and where the interested can observe and learn about the park’s ecosystem.|
|Summer (Mar-Oct) 10:00-17:30 / Winter (Nov-Feb) 10:00-16:30
※ Last admission: 20min before closing.
|Environment & ecology pavilion – Featuring exhibitions of the lake’s history and various ecological materials related to wetland. The pavilion also includes an observatory and video room.
Ecological pond – The place where purified water exits from the wetland.
Wild flower path – A path where flowers can be found throughout the four seasons, including 68,000 plants of 45 types, and 300,000 flowers of 60 types, including various wild flowers and irises.
Observation path – A 1.7-km exploration path that runs along water gates, which regulate the water volume.
|Take bus 52 at the bus stop across the street from exit 1 of Sangnoksu station on subway line 4, get off at the Sadong gas station and take a taxi for a five-minute ride.|