Named after Secretary of State John Milton Hay, Camp John Hay was a retreat for American soldiers, and is now one of the most visited tourist destinations in Baguio. Besides the green environment and view, Camp John Hay has a lot to offer; Visit the Historical Core, this entails the origin of the camp. Have a gander at the Panagbenga flower festival marker that pays tribute to the creation of the Panagbenga Festival and the resilience of locals. Gape at the totem pole carved by a very talented Filipino artist; Ernesto Dul-ang, paying homage to the pioneers of the city and the camp itself. Stroll through the cemetery of negativism, a park that served as a vessel for releasing negative thoughts to soldiers. Find the bell in the bell amphitheater named after an American commander Major General Franklin Bell. Go inside the Bell house which was a home of residence for American commanders and is now a historical landmark and go descend to the Secret Garden found a few steps below Bell house that present perennial flowers and greenery.
Aside from taking the scenic route to vent out your emotions and contemplate about life through trekking, one can also find adventurous activities to do like zip lining in Tree Top Adventure 100 feet above ground, bringing out friendly competition in Paintball Republic and hiking up Yellow Trail which is 1.5 km high. There’s a good deal of restaurants and coffee shops present in the area along with a convenient store in case you get famished from the activities previously stated as well as outlets for you to shop in.