The American style campsite is 1652 tsubo (1.3 acre) and is beautifully landscaped with large grassy area in the middle of the camp and has plenty of trees, flowers and roses. It has 22 camp spots that have a brick patio with a picnic table, and has water, electric and waste hookup. There are 3 camping trailers, 6 sites that are designated for personal RV camping, 7 designated tent spots, a sky tent and a newly built tiny-cabin looking over the small stream. There is a large cabin that has a clubhouse, bathroom, laundry service, a bar/snack area, living quarters on 2nd floor, two Japanese style baths with relaxing jets. There is a small stream in the wooded area below the swimming pool that has fireflies in the spring. Fireflies are rare in the area.
There are plenty of things for children to do. We have a variety of bikes for them to ride around a designated race track. There is a playground with swings and slides. In the arts and crafts room, children can make various projects, play ping pong, and play other games.
There is a large swimming pool that is perfect way to cool off in the summer. It is open Memorial Day Weekend (last weekend in May) thru Labor Day Weekend ( First Monday of Sept)The pool will then become a fishing pond with trout in it from October thru Match.
Each campsite is named after a state in USA. Each campsite will be unique in it’s own way.
Future project includes adding tree houses, more tiny-cabins, tee-pees and much more.
Moose Family Camp Resort is located in Nasu in Tochigi Prefecture. It is 3 hours by toll from Camp Zama/Atsugi, 2.5 hours from Yokota/Tokyo and 3.5 hours from Yokosuka. Tolls are about ¥5000 for cars equiped with ETC and about ¥6000 for regular tolls. Free road takes about 5 hours from Camp Zama. To save money and time, you can take toll road to Goka interchange (Google Map) and then route 4 all the way to Nasu. Route 4 is a 2-3 lane highway with few lights. Cost drops considerly.
There are tons of things to see and do in Nasu. Amusement parks, zoo, safari park, monkey park, museums, and so much more.
Please watch the video to see the entire campsite. It is 20 min long. https://youtu.be/C4svJpFo5DE