Unique artwork created with driftwood.
The amazing nature of an oasis in the city.
Lawn, sand pit, and balance beam: a free playground.
Similar to Okinawa Slide Parks. Try the 50-m roller slide!
This is a place where children can play and parents can relax. Fenghe Park covers 4.5-hectare of land. Combining the functions of floodwater detention, ecology, and recreation, Fenghe Park is the first disaster prevention and evacuation park in Taiwan. It is also an adventure park for kids where environmental education and fun contests can be conducted. It’s the perfect spot to spend some quality family time.
There are facilities such as sand pit, balance beams, swings, and rocking horses in the park. The highlight is the slide section built upon the natural height differences similar to Urasoe Park in Okinawa. There are six terrazzo slides and a 50m long roller slide. Visitors wait in line just to experience the thrilling slide again. In addition to the slides, kids can run around freely on the lawn of over 30,000 square meters. Kicking football, flying kites, throwing frisbees, or blowing bubbles are all possible fun activities. You can also lay out a picnic mat and have a fun family picnic with food you prepared in advance.The fun is not over yet! Try a game on the shaded green boulevard and see how many plants you can correctly identify. Camphor tree, wax apple, mango, fringe tree, chinaberry, and flame tree—take this as an opportunity to know them all. There are four eco ponds in the park, with water sourced from the Taoyuan Irrigation Canal No.1 and Pond No.1-12. Water plants in the pond include yellow water lily, philydrum, and old-world arrowhead. Visit the bridge and circular walking trail to get up-close-and-personal with these plants. Besides the amazing nature, the artwork from the 2017 Taoyuan International Driftwood Art Festival is displayed in the park. They offer an interesting note to the trip to the park.
Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
- Viewing Deck
- Bus Station
- Parking Lot
- Bike Rest Stop
- Hiking Trail
■Please read the instructions before using all facilities.