What can you do in Camp John Hay?
There are lots of activities that you can do in Camp John Hay, you can jog in the morning, have exciting picnics with your family and friends and even do sports in one of their open fields. Camp John Hay is open for everyone, there is no entrance fee.
Camp John Hay is also nice and quiet, calm, peaceful, breezy and full of trees. If you’re stressed and looking for a place to relax and just clear your mind, Camp John Hay is the place to be.
After you relax and feel hungry you can grab a bite at any restaurant in the area and there’s actually a couple to choose from.
There is also a Cemetery of Negativism, yes there is such a place. There you can bury all your negative problems negative thoughts. It’s a nice little area where you can think and let go of all your problems and set yourself free.
If you want to have a little extreme adventure go ahead and check out Camp John Hay’s Tree Top Adventure where you can enjoy a lot more extreme activities. There you can enjoy and take pictures of your fun activities or you can also pay for your very own Tree Top Adventure picture at the photo booth.
You can also enjoy watching and observing butterflies in Camp John Hay’s Butterfly sanctuary. Here you will see lots of butterflies with lots of different shapes, sizes and different beautiful colors.
If you just want to go for a little walk under the trees and go on a little green and environment friendly adventure, you can have a walk at the Camp John Hay Eco Trail although there is an entrance fee. Camp John Hay is one of the most beautiful, peaceful and eco-friendly area in Baguio City.
How do you get to Camp John Hay?
There are three ways you can get to camp John hay. If you want to take a jitney, there are two jitney stations you can go to.
The first one is at right at the Igorot Garden near the Veniz Hotel, at the left side you will see a row of jitneys that go to different locations, you have to look for the one with the Kias-PMA-Springhills signage on it. Once you’re on tell the driver to drop you off at Camp John Hay, you will have to pay 15 pesos or 12.75 if you’re a senior, student or disabled citizen.
The second jitney station you can go to is the Loakan jitney station at the Danes Bakery. You have to ride the jitney with the Loakan signage on it. Then once you’re on tell the driver to drop you off at Camp John Hay, you will have to pay 15 pesos or 12.75 if you’re a senior, student or disabled citizen.
The third way you can get to Camp John Hay is by riding a taxi, you can wait for one to pass by anywhere, then once you’re on one just simply tell the driver to drop you off at Camp John Hay and he will take you straight there, just remember to watch the meter.