Let's enjoy a pleasant and special weekend in the park by taking part in different activities!
During the event, the park will be turned into a campsite and a carnival venue to let campers set up tents in designated lawns to experience the fun of camping and other activities in a public park.
Participating campers will enjoy a pleasant and special weekend in the park from 2.30pm on November 11 onwards by taking part in different activities, namely kite flying, fishing, a Floral Display and a Spiral Lookout Tower visit, as well as a wide variety of Night Activity and Day Activity events.
- Night Activity events: Include stargazing, folk song singing, an Insect House experience tour and insect appreciation, will be held from 7pm to 10.30pm
- Day Activity events: Ecological Path tour, tree orienteering, kite-making and flying, and family fun games will start from 9.30am the next day (November 12)
How to apply
Admission for all these activities is free. For camping, interested families should submit application forms in person or by post to the Tai Po Leisure Services Office, the Leisure Link webpage or through Leisure Link Self-service Kiosks from September 26 to October 5. Application forms are available at the District Leisure Services Office or the LCSD's Storm the Park webpage.
There will be a quota for the camping activity, and place allocation will be made by ballot on October 10 if the number of applications exceeds the quota. For the Night Activity and Day Activity events, people of all ages are welcome to enrol on the spot. For enquiries, please contact the Tai Po District Leisure Services Office at 3183 9020 during office hours, or visit the LCSD's Storm the Park webpage.
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+(852) 3183 9020
Dai Hei St, Tai Po, Hong Kong
How to get there?
The Park is accessible by KMB Bus routes 72A, 73, 73X, 75X, 271, 275R, 74K, 75K, 71K, 71S and MTR Feeder Bus route K17. Members of the public can also reach the Park by a 30-minute walk from the Tai Po Market MTR Station. Visiting groups which take tour buses should contact the Park Office for boarding and alighting arrangements prior to the date of visit.
Visitors who drive to the Tai Po Waterfront Park may use the fee-paying public car park operated by a private contractor at Dai Wah Street or the on-street metered parking spaces in the vicinity of the main entrances and exits of the Park (near Dai Hei Street and Dai King Street) that are managed by the Transport Department. Persons with disabilities who require assistance in parking may contact the Park office. Staff will provide assistance as far as possible subject to circumstances.