Some visitors enjoy sharing the pleasures of camping with their dogs or cats. To ensure that all guests have a safe and enjoyable experience, KOA has established some guidelines. Before You Go: Call ahead. Check with the campground about its specific pet policies. Some don't allow pets in Cabins, for example, or may have limited pet units. Others don't accept particular breeds that insurance providers have identified as having a history of aggression. Bring your helper. Service dogs are welcomed at all KOA Kampgrounds (Leash and aggressive behavior rules apply). When You Arrive: Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground, along with their owners. Bring the leash - dogs must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles or rental units. Do not leave a tethered dog unattended. Remember manners - constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too vocal, you'll need to find other accommodations. Harpers Ferry KOA adheres to KOA's national pet policy. In addition, Doberman, Rottweiler, Pit Bull breeds including (APBT, AST, and SBT), and mixes thereof are not permitted at the Harpers Ferry KOA.
Check in time for sites is 1pm. Check in time for cabins is 3pm. If a site or cabin is available and clean, campers may check in as early as 11am. No check ins will be taken before 11am.
To guarantee a specific site or cabin there is a $20 VIK fee at the time of reservation. This will lock in a specific site/cabin number. You will also receive a bundle of wood, table cloth, and have express check in at your site, no need to stop at the office. Sites not VIKed are subject to change within the specific site type that was booked. Sites maybe booked "adjacent" without a fee, these sites are subject to change, but will me moved together to accommodate other reservations and groups. Sites cannot be VIKed online and any requests are subject to check in availability.
No lifeguards are on duty. Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Regular swimsuits or trunks only please. No swimming permitted in street clothes. Pool hours are 10:00am to 10:00pm.
To enhance our campers' experience, the Harpers Ferry KOA bundles its resort amenities with a $10 per night, per site fee. The resort fee offers value to our campers, allowing everyone to enjoy the following amenities without any additional charge:
Bark Zone Dog Park
Themed Weekends Activities
Games, Movies, Inflatable Obstacles
Please help us keep our campground clean by picking up your paper, cans and bottles. Full garbage bags should be placed in a dumpster or garbage receptacle.
All guests must register in at the KOA office. There is a charge for additional guests on your site with a maximum of 6 people per site overnight. Overnight guest should be paid at check-in. Guests leaving before 10pm may pay separately. Unregistered guests will be asked to leave the campground.
Golf carts and ATVs are welcome under the following conditions; they must be insured and operated safely. Golf carts may be operated in the campground by licensed drivers at least 16 years of age. All other motorized recreational vehicles may only be used to enter or exit the campground. Two wheel motorized vehicles and scooters are not permitted.
At 10:00pm all guests are asked to turn off all outside TVs and radios, and keep the noise to a minimum.
For the safety of your children and pets, please keep all vehicles under 10 mph. Violators will be asked to leave.
Other campers with reservations make it necessary that you observe the check out time. Check out for sites and cabins is 11 AM. Late check outs may be permitted until 1 PM, with permission from the office, based on availability. After 1pm, you will need to pay for the following day.
We specialize in pools, parties, pooches and playgrounds. Come join the fun!Jessica Getman has worked for Recreational Adventures Campgrounds (RAC) for nearly 19 years. After graduating the University of South Dakota with a Bachelor's in Business Management, Jessica signed on full-time and moved out east to continue her management training. She has worked at Capitol KOA in Maryland, Prince William Forrest RV Campground in Virginia, New York City/Newburgh KOA in New York, and now as the General Manager of the Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefields KOA in West Virginia.
Spending most of her youth in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Jessica loves the trees and mountains in West Virginia. " I also love the warmer weather out here too, " Jessica explains. She has three large rescue dogs.Daisy is a St. Bernard, Brody is a Great Pyrenees and Bentley is a Great Dane. "We purchased an annual Harpers Ferry National Park Pass and they love to walk all of the trails," she says.
Jessica moved to Harpers Ferry in November of 2011 and it is now home for her and her dogs.