Take part in the last Boardwalk Camping event before the festival!
Volunteer campers wanted!

The Boardwalk is a wooden path that people can walk on and spans approximately 2 kilometers of the Fuji Rock Festival venue.

The “Boardwalk Volunteer Camp” is a camping event to enjoy nature while repairing and fixing this wooden path that has been affected by snow, rain and wind in preparation for the main event of Fuji Rock.
On Saturday, May 18th, we were blessed with fine weather and many people participated, which was great for the work on the boardwalk!

On Saturday, July 6th, we will hold the last Boardwalk Camp before Fuji Rock Festival.

Have a great lunch in Naeba, make new Fuji Rock friends, and enjoy the view of having the Green Stage area all to yourself ahead of the festival.
This year, participants may even get a view of the festival preperations.

No special knowledge or skills required to participate. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Naeba Boardwalk

Each year, more than 300 volunteers and local Naeba residents have worked together to create a boardwalk that allows wheelchair users to be amidst nature.

The “organic” wooden road is made entirely of natural materials and doesn’t use any heavy machinery or chemicals in its construction. Construction of the path began in 2002 and was the second wooden boardwalk in Japan.

Each year, we hold the “Boardwalk Camp Event”, an activity that leads to the maintenance and preservation of the forests around the Boardwalk while maintaining the path.

Boardwalk Don’t Run Vol.76

Schedule Saturday July 6th
*Arrival to Naeba the previous evening permitted. Departure from the area on the day after the event (Sunday) also permitted.
Location Naeba Ski Resort, Yuzawa, Niigata
Gathering point: Naeba Shokudo at Oasis Area
*Transportation to and from the event will not be provided.
Event Details Cleaning, maintenance, etc.
  • There are no restrictions or limits to participating in the Boardwalk Volunteer Camp event.
  • Participants are free to join at anytimeand return at any time. Please feel free to participate for as long as you wish.
Contact Information Fuji Rock Forest Project Organizing Committee

Application & Details Available Here