- Craft Room
- Evening Movies
- Game Room
- Grocery Store / Gift Shop
- Hay Rides
- Kamp K-9
- Laundry Room
- Recreation Hall
- Tennis Courts
We're all about the fun (No seriously)! We pride ourselves on always figuring out how to have a good time, no matter the date, no matter the weather. This year we're bringing back some of our favorite themes from previous years and trying out some exciting new ones. Love to Dance? Come experience "The Roaring Twenties" Copake KOA Style. Have a pair of Cowboy boots that you just can't stop wearing? This year we have three types of Western Weekends! Santa,Grease Lightening, and Water Wars will all be making an appearance. We've got it all planned out - we just need you!
Themed Weekends Every Weekend All Season
We love to have a good time here at the Copake KOA. We invite you to stay with us and join in the fun. Every weekend all season long has its own theme such as Christmas in July or Cowboys and Indians. We offer daily planned activities for all ages in high season and planned activities on the weekends during Spring and Fall.
We love music here at the Copake KOA. We always have some type of music every week - Karaoke, Live Bands, Bonfire Sing-alongs, Talent Shows, and D-Jays. Come join us and see how music brings laughter, a smile to your face and creates lasting family memories.
Hula-hoops, Freeze tag, Softball, Flag Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Scavenger and Treasure Hunts, Geocaching, Relay Races and more are in store for you at the Copake KOA.
Kids crafts are free every Saturday and Sunday morning at 10 AM and Weekdays too in July and August.
Wagon Rides: every Saturday and Wednesday in July and August.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
September 19-21 2014: Around the World in 80 days
A true Englishman doesn't joke when he is talking about so serious a thing as a wager. and were willing to wager that youll have a great time with us as we explore different cultures!
Saturday Night Entertainment: Movie
September 26-28 2014: Tail Gate Weekend
Bring your favorite football jersey and get ready to cheer. If youre a football star participate in our flag football game or our kicking and passing competitions. Cheerleaders can put together the best cheer from the sidelines. Are you a champion chef? Participate in our chicken wing contest.
Saturday Night Entertainment: DJ-Jeremy
(And since one of us is an Alum, GO BLUE)
October 3-5 2014: Oktoberfest
We might not be within the city limits of Munich, but we still know a good beer when we see one! Join us for a gut time before we have to say Auf Wiedersehen to the camping season. Drink some local beers with Chatham Brewery (on site)- and then join us for our Pot Luck Supper and Potato salad contest (Well accept even non-German potato salads!)
Saturday Night Entertainment: Movie
October 10-13 2014: Columbus Day Halloween
Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble join us for a freaky fright Friday night and stay all weekend long! Participate in trick or treating, costume contests, site decorating contest and even take a walk through our spooky trail.
Saturday Night Entertainment: Live Music - Lick The Toad
Sunday Night Entertainment: DJ Ibis
Meet Your Hosts
"Come visit and let us create together vacation memories full of joy and laughter."
Gary and Cathy Reinards friends and business associates often comment on how different they both are, that they are complete opposites, like two bookends each with their own strengths and weaknesses that need each other to hold everything together.
Gary and Cathy met over 25 years ago through their jobs, as Cathy was selling bearings to the Power Transmission distributor Gary was a manager for. Copake KOA is the third business Gary and Cathy have owned together and the second campground. Their professional corporate backgrounds gave them the expertise to successfully operate their own businesses.
Gary and Cathy love camping. In fact that was one of the major reasons they sold their first campground they never got to camp anymore themselves. Lucky for them this campground is seasonal which does give them some time to go camping in their fifth wheel toy hauler during the off season when Gary is not doing a renovation project with the winter staff. Camping at other campgrounds always brings them home full of ideas from other campgrounds to implement at their park.
It took multiple visits to this previously independent campground which could best be described as a diamond in the rough before Gary and Cathy decided this was the one. They purchased this campground in the Fall of 2009. Gary immediately began renovating and upgrading the park with the goal to become part of the KOA family.
Cathy and Gary love being campground owners and are always willing to share their stories, dreams and ideas with anyone who is thinking about owning their own campground. They know they would have never been campground owners without the help and advice of other campground owners. In their minds the best thing about the campground business is that your so called competitors are truly your friends.