The camphor forest stretches for more than 10 miles along the Wujiang River, and is accompanied by Liukeng Village. It is mainly camphor, mixed with a little green maple. There are more than 10,000 trees in total. Most of the trees are between 200 and 1,000 years old. There are more than 3,000 trees, and more than 1,400 trees are more than 800 years old. The oldest tree has a circumference of more than 6 meters and is more than 1,000 years old. Walking in the forest, the vegetation is deep, and the fragrance of camphor is overwhelming. The sun shines through the dense branches and leaves on the low grass and trees, embroidering mottled patterns. If you walk to the depths of the camphor forest, you will see flocks of egrets dancing gracefully among the woods, river beaches and fields, and birds such as thrushes and rhododendrons sing among them. Thousands of years of tree shadows swirling, millennia of river ripples, weaving into a deep tunnel of time and space, leading people's thoughts into the depths of history.