We have a great time at Deerpark KOA, and we love when our guests join us for fun activities and special weekends. All activities are subject to change. Additional activities may be scheduled for an additional fee. Some activities may involve special booking, so please ask for additional information. Many activities involve campsite contribution and volunteering and may require sign-up. If you have any questions or need assistance in planning your trip according to particular activities, please contact the office at 845-754-8388 or 800-562-3649.
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND is a spooky weekend with the 3rd annual haunted house. Come visit us October 6-9, 2017.
Deerpark/New York City Northwest KOA is only a short drive from New York City. Whether you are staying at the campground or live in New York City, travel to and from New York City is easy. Check out the information we've provided below to help you in planning a day trip to the city or a few nights away from the city at Deerpark KOA.
TRAVEL TO NEW YORK CITY
If you want to take a bite out of the Big Apple but want to avoid the bite of driving yourself, public transportation is available. Deerpark KOA offers a shuttle service to and from the Ottisville and Port Jervis train stations, each located just a few short miles from the campground. See the panel below titled "To the City and Back Made Easy" for a visual overview of the trip into the city.
If you would like to view SUBWAY and TRAIN STATION schedules and information, check out the Train and Subway Information panel below.
If you would prefer to drive yourself to the Otisville train station, detailed directions are available.
For an overview of the trip from Deerpark campground to New York City, a map is provided below.
Contact the office at 845-754-8388 for more information about bus tours to New York City.
See how easy it is to get to New York City from Deerpark KOA!
TRAVEL FROM NEW YORK CITY
If you want to spend a few nights away from the City for quiet and relaxation or for fun and exciting activities but don't want to drive yourself, public transportation is available. To view SUBWAY and TRAIN STATION schedules and information, check out the Train and Subway Information panel below.
For an overview of the trip from New York City to Deerpark/New York City Northwest KOA, a map is provided.
We are fortunate to be able to make our home in the town of Deerpark, New York, the second largest township in Orange County. Visit the Town of Deerpark website to learn more about this region of the state of New York.
We are proud members of the New York-New Jersey-Pennsylvania Tri-State Chamber of Commerce which lovingly supports and protects this historic region. For more information on the Chamber, visit the Tri-State website.
The Hudson Valley offers breathtaking mountain views, historic estates, wine trails, shopping, outdoor adventures and much more. For more information, visit the Hudson Valley Tourism website.
The Hudson River Valley is described as New York's American Masterpiece and has been designated a National Heritage Area, and for good reason. Find more information on this exciting region when you visit the Hudson River Valley website.
Check out what's happening, and see what the people have to say about the Hudson Valley on the official Hudson Valley Tourism Facebook Page.
A historic railroad city near the Delaware and Neversink Rivers in Orange County, Port Jervis is known for their culture, food, and quality of life. Visit the Port Jervis website to find more information and special events.
550 acres of color-coded hiking trails - For more information, view the website for Neversink River Preserve.
Magnificent scenery and exciting adventure await you in the Catskills. Composed of four neighboring counties considered America's original frontier, the Catskills are a must for everyone wanting to experience the area. Check out the Catskill Mountain website.
Wildlife habitat, wetlands and recreation - Visit the wetland preserve website.
Magnificent views, hiking, picnic and BBQ areas, great views of Neversink and Delaware Rivers
For more info, visit the park website.
Upper Delaware Scenic Valley Highway—the Hawk's Nest section of New York Route 97 has been frequently used in television commercials and advertisements.
View photos of the Hawk's Nest.
The"Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania", magnificent waterfalls - Read about Bushkill Falls on their website.
Gateway to the Poconos, Old Dutch and Native American archeological sites - Visit the Water Gap website for more information.
Lessons in English and Western riding, indoor/outdoor pony parties and camps
For more information, view the horse stables website.
Go-cart racing, racing school
For information, visit the race park website.
Day/overnight white water trips, paddle sport outfitter and guide - Check out the canoe and raft website.
Scenic rides over the Hudson Valley, reservations required - You will find more info on the balloon ride website.
"Where the Past is Present" - Over 40 dealers located in two buildings of 10,000 sq ft. Check out the Old Lumberyard Antiques website.
Malibu Dude Ranch is located in the scenic Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania in beautiful Pike County. The 800-acre ranch offers something for all ages. Visit the Dude Ranch website.
Delaware River canoeing trips, no experience required - Visit the canoe website to learn more.
220 Outlet Stores
For more info on the outlet mall, visit the website.
Outdoor performing arts, home of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival - Visit the performing arts website.
15,000 seat outdoor performing arts venue and museum set on 2,000 acres of beautiful countryside - For entertainment schedule, check out this website.
Family Amusement and Water Park; award-winning park designed for parent participation with children
Find out more at the amusement and water park website.
This museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites, exhibits/educational activities for all ages.
Check out the museum website.
Built in 1793 and features Minisink Valley Historical Society Programs
For more information, check out the fort website.
Glass museum, tours to see master craftsmen at work
Visit the glass store website.
Sculpture Park, 500 acres of art from 1945-present
Learn more at the art center website.