General Campground Information
When is check in Time? Can I check in early?
What time is check out? Can I check out late?
I am camping with friends, can we get sites together?
Can my friend check-in for me?
Do you rent sites by the month?
What type of RVs can stay at your campground?
I have a group, is there a group discount?
Can I change the dates of my reservation?
Are the cabins pet friendly?
Do you have a curfew or quiet hours?
What does a full hook-up site include?
How many tents can we put on one site?
For visitors fee, Do you charge per car or per person?
I have friends coming to visit, what is your visitor policy?
Can we bring our Golf Cart/ATV and use it in the park?
Can I bring a boat or auxiliary trailer?
Can I bring my own firewood?
How many cars can we put on one site?
Is there a dump station?
Can I fish without license?
What if we arrive after the registration office is closed?
Do you have grills?
Do you allow drones on property?
Do you allow RC vehicles and boats?
Are fireworks allowed on the campground?
Are Chinese Lanterns allowed?
Do you have on site laundry facilities?
What is the topography of your campsites?
How far are you from the Highway?
Are you open year round?
How far are we from Walmart and/or Grocery store?
There are a few grocery stores less than 10 miles away. Price Chopper in Matamoras, PA is 8 miles away and ShopRite in Montague, NJ is also only 8 miles away.
Can we book a specific site?
When does your pool open, is it heated?
Can you fish in the river/pond? Do you need a license?
Can we hunt on the campground?
How big is your park?
Do you have cable available sites?
What is a Yurt?
Do you have a community area for big groups?
Do you rent the banquet room to people not staying on site?
Are there hiking trails on property?
Do you have snakes?
Do you serve food or have a restaurant?
How many people are allowed per site?
Can you swim in the river/ponds?
Can we put kayaks in the river?
Do we get a refund if the weather is bad?
Meet Your Hosts
Nature is always calling.I'd like to welcome you to the Deerpark KOA, where our staff strives to not only meet your needs but exceed them. Everyday we come prepared to deliver the highest quality camping experience while preserving the land for others to enjoy. We are all about being as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible. We hope that you find your own piece of nature while you enjoy our rivers, streams, and ponds.
Our staff comes from a variety of backgrounds from first jobs to career changes. Kristen is the parks general manager with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Psychology and a long history within the KOA system. She knows the ins and outs of the camping experience. In her free time, she enjoys coaching the local sports teams and working with the elderly community as they try to stay active in the great outdoors and life in general. She also has a great passion for sustainable living and camping. She's always on a mission for the latest and greatest waste-free/low-waste camping gear.