National parks in the North
Klong Tron National Park
Klong Tron national park is located in Thong Saeng Khan and Nam Pad districts of Uttaradit province, covering
445 square kilometers of land.
The park's landscape is alternately high and low elevations hill ranges. Khao Phu Miang is the
highest mountain over 1600 metres above sealevel, standing at the east of the park.
This area is a major head waters for many streams running into Nan river.
Forest types are generally dry evergreen, hill evergreen, pine, mixed deciduous and dry dipterocarp forests.
The summer here is hot and long.
From October to February the weather is cool. Rainy season is from end of June till October.
The park offers waterfalls, view points and a complex of small caves to explore by nature hiking.
Campsite is availale for staying overnight in tents. However tourists should bring their own equipment.
Twin peaks of Phu Miang mountain (over 1600 meters above the sea level)
Sunset view from Phu Miang summit
Bungalow in ranger station 1 area (Ban Ton Kanun)
Accommodation and facilities
There is one bungalow house at the headquarters area, and one at the ranger station 1 (Ban Ton Kanun).
Camp grounds are available. Visitors should bring their own gear, tents and food.
One way to get to the park is, from Uttaradit town take highway 1045 for about 68 km to
Nam Pad district town. Then continue on the road 1239 to Ban Huay Dua, and there turn to
the road 1212 to Ban Phia. You will see the office of the park on the way.
Mu 3, Nam Khai Sub-district, Amphur Nam Pad, Uttaradit, Thailand 53110
Phone: 055-436 752, 081-926 9519