Sorae Ecology Park was once Korea's largest salt field. The salt field was created during Japan colonial period. This area was formed into ecology park and opened in 2009.
This park has salt field, mud flat, and wetland as the bed of various living creatures and habitat for migratory birds. It enables observation of various marine creatures in marsh. It also has an exhibition hall that presents the information on the facility where salt was produced in the past. Visitors can trail on the wetland to see reed field and 3 windmills.
Sorae Ecology Park is not far from Sorae Port and Fish Market.
- Bus No. 21 and 27 from Dongincheon Station - Bus No. 38 from Juan Station - Bus No. 20 from Baegun Station
- Yeongdong - Gyeongbu Expressway → Singal → Incheon Expressway → Wolgot IC → Entry to Sorae direction - Gyeongin - Seoul Ring Expressway → Jangsu I.C. → Seohaean Expressway → Wolgot IC →Entry to Sorae direction
Suin Line, Soraepogu Station, Exit 2 15-minutes walk