The 44.6 square kilometers park is located in Keng Koi, Nong Ke, Vihan Dang, and Moeng districts in
The park contains several hills separated from each other by valleys. The highest peak is Khao Crock rising to
329 meters above sea level. You can have a bird eye view of Saraburi town from the summit.
These hills are head waters of many waterfalls and streams that feed the lifes in the plane.
The hottest months are February to April, rainy season is in May to September, and the rest is
dry and cool.
The park has a few bungalow style accommodation that can be booked through Bangkok's Royal Forestry department.