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Open March 1 - November 30
108 Guymard Turnpike
Cuddebackville, NY 12729
From I-84: Take Exit 2 (in NY) and go Right 3.5 miles to Shale Rd (becomes Guymard Turnpike). Turn Left and the Deerpark KOA is on the Left. This route has some switchbacks on Guymard Turnpike.
An alternate route with less switchbacks, but city traffic and lights: From I-84 take Exit 53 (in PA) and follow 209 E approximately 10 miles to Guymard Turnpike. The Deerpark KOA is on the Right.
From Hwy 17: Take Exit 113. Travel South approximately 10 miles to Canal Dr, turn Left, then turn Left on Guymard Turnpike. The Deerpark KOA is on the Right.
We're happy to help! Call for directions if needed.
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Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 12:00 pm
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Camper Rating 4 out of 5
Based on 1000 Reviews
As of Jan. 1, 2011, 295 Geocaches were listed within a 50 mile radius of Deerpark KOA.
Godeffroy, NY - 550 acres of color-coded hiking trails. (within walking distance from KOA)!
Cuddebackville, NY - Lessons in English & Western riding, indoor/outdoor pony parties and camps.
This museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, exhibits/educational activities for all ages.
Honesdale, PA to Kingston, NY - National Historic Landmark, 108 mile lock waterway.
Cuddebackville, NY - Go-cart racing, racing school.
Wurtsboro, NY - Wildlife habitat, wetlands and recreation.
Port Jervis, NY - Built in 1793, Minisink Valley Historical Society Programs.
Port Jervis, NY - Glass museum, tours to see master craftsmen at work.
Port Jervis, NY - Day/overnight white water trips, paddle sport outfitter and guide.
Port Jervis, NY - Magnificent views, hiking, picnic and BBQ areas, great views of Neversink and Delaware Rivers.
Town of Deerpark, NY - "Upper Delaware Scenic Valley Highway".
Slate Hill, NY - Scenic rides over the Hudson Valley, reservations required.
Barryville, NY - Delaware River canoeing trips, no experience required.
Central Valley, NY - 220 Outlet Stores.
Chester, NY - Outdoor Performing Arts, home of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival.
Hudson Valley, NY - 4000 sq. miles of mountains, rivers and forests.
Bethel, NY - A 15,000 seat outdoor performing arts venue and museum set on 2,000 acres of beautiful countryside.
Bushkill, PA - "Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania", magnificent waterfalls.
New Jersey and Pennsylvania - National Recreation, Old Dutch and Native American archeological sites.
New Windsor, NY - Sculpture Park, 500 acres of art 1945-present.
Family Amusement and Water Park, Hope NJ 07844 - Award-winning park specifically designed for parent participation with children.
New York City, NY - Tours available
We are proud members of the New York-New Jersey-Pennsylvania Tri-State Chamber of Commerce (http://www.tristatechamber.org/), which lovingly supports and protects this historic region.
We are fortunate to be able to make our home in the Town of Deerpark, New York (http://townofdeerpark.org/), the second largest township in Orange County.
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