Quechee / Pine Valley KOA General Information

General Campground Information

Vermont Department of Taxation: Meals & Rooms Tax License

As required by Vermont State Law: Quechee Pine Valley KOA is licensed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 225 of Title 32, V.S.A. to operate an establishment known as the Quechee Pine Valley KOA, 3700 Woodstock Rd., White River Junction, VT. 05001. Vermont tax account number 440-272523072F-01.

Store Hours

8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Please call to confirm. Office hours may change at any time at the discretion of management.

RVIA (Recreational Vehicle Industry Association) Seal

The RVIA Certification means that the manufacturer has met the design and construction standards that allow the unit to be used as a recreational vehicle. Trucks, vans, buses, trailers etc. that have been converted and intended to be used as a recreational vehicle must have the RVIA seal affixed to the unit in order to use any of our sites. It is the policy of this campground that any and all units using any of our sites must have the RVIA seal affixed to the unit.

Cabin Linens

If you would like linens in your cabins, (sheets, pillows, blankets, bath towels) and are not bringing your own, please order linen packages at time of reservation.
The cost is $10 per person, a one time fee.

Cabin Check In/ Check Out Time

Cabin Check In 3 p.m., Check Out 11 a.m. Late departures will incur a late departure fee.

RV, Tent Check In/Check Out Time

RV, Tent check in 1:00 p.m., check out 11:00 a.m. Late departures will incur a late departure fee.

Cancellation Policy

We proudly follow the National KOA reservation and cancellation policy.
All cancellations will incur either a $10 cancellation fee or a full forfeiture of deposit.
RV/Tent: 48 hours required. Notify our KOA by 4 p.m. two days prior to arrival.
Camping Cabins: (Primitive) 7 days required. Notify our KOA one week prior to your arrival date.
Deluxe Cabins/Lodges: 7 days required. Notify our KOA one week prior to your arrival date.
Quechee Pine Valley KOA requires Full Forfeiture of deposits for cancellations made after
these deadlines.

Holiday Weekend ,Special Event Requirements

The Quechee Pine Valley KOA proudly follows the National KOA Cancellation Policy with one exception: ALL sites require a 7 day notice of cancellation on Holiday Weekends and for Balloon Festival in order to receive a refund, less a $10 cancellation fee.
Holiday Weekends including Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and Columbus Day require a 3 night minimum stay.
Balloon Festival (Father's Day Weekend) requires a 2 night minimum stay.

Visitor Fees

Adult & Child Day Fee $3.00 per person
Adult & Child Evening Fee $3.00 per person
Adult Overnight Fee $10.00 per person
Child Overnight Fee $10.00 per person

Swimming Pool Hours

10 am to 7 pm, dusk, or as determined by management. Our heated swimming pool opens on or about Memorial Day and closes on or about Labor Day.

Types of Pets Allowed in Cabins, Pet Fees & Restrictions.

Dogs are the only types of pets allowed to stay in our cabins. No exceptions. There is a $15 per dog per night cleaning fee for every cabin (including service dogs).
We proudly follow the KOA National Pet Policy:
Service dogs are welcome at our KOA Campground.  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 the owners' vehicles or rental units.  Do not leave a tethered dog unattended or in cabins unattended.  Remember manners.  Constant barking bothers other campers.  If your pet is too vocal, you'll need to find other accommodations.

Energy Efficiency

We ask all guests who are going out of the campground for the day to please adjust your thermostats in your campers/rv's accordingly to help conserve energy. Thank you.

Quiet Hours

Please respect your neighbor and observe our quiet hours, 10pm to 8 am. Quiet hours are strictly enforced. Non-compliance may result in ejection from the park without a refund.

Satellite Coverage

Due to our location being in the beautiful green mountains of Vermont and also being surrounded by trees, satellite coverage is not available.  Cable is provided at each site, with the only exception being the primitive tent site.

Recycling Efforts

We ask all guests to assist us in our recycling efforts. Vermont offers a zero sort recycling program that we comply with. Please contact one of our front office staff with any questions regarding these efforts.

Meet Your Hosts

Michael & Cindy Scruggs

Come Relax..leave the rest to us!

Michael and Cindy Scruggs, owners of the Quechee/Pine Valley KOA, did what many of us want to do: changed their lives from the hectic pace of corporate America to a nature-based lifestyle. “Now we have the hectic life of operating a campground, which we much prefer,” says Cindy.

Michael and Cindy have been avid RVers for years, as Michael spent 30 years as an executive in the marine industry and Cindy was employed as a licensed real estate agent in Florida. As business professionals, they know what it means to provide exceptional customer service. “We want to exceed our customers' expectations. Our goal is to make the Quechee/Pine Valley KOA one of the top mid-sized KOAs in the country, by providing great customer service and a top-notch facility. We would like our campers to tell their friends that this is one of the finest campgrounds they've stayed at and recommend us to all their friends,” says Michael.  We even have accommodations for "non-campers" in the form of beautiful deluxe cabins, complete with full bathrooms, kitchenettes & flat screen tv's, so bring a friend!

The Scruggs certainly are achieving their goals: their campground was awarded KOA's highest award – the Founder's Award – every year since they've owned the campground. And in 2015, they received the coveted Rising Star Award at the KOA Convention in South Carolina. The award is given to only one KOA out of the entire family of KOA's throughout the United States and Canada. The reason? They treat their campers with the utmost care and work every day to make sure their campers needs are met.

When they do find spare time, Michael and Cindy enjoy hiking, traveling, boating & scuba diving.