Deerpark / New York City NW KOA

Cuddebackville, New York

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Nestled along the historic Neversink River (about 60 miles from Central Park) between the Catskills and Delaware Water Gap in the Hudson Valley, this KOA is a great retreat from New York City or an excellent base camp for day-tripping into the city. It's only minutes from the commuter train (shuttle service available). The river is famous for fly-fishing and swimming, tubing and kayaking. This peaceful, wooded setting has a beautiful meeting hall overlooking the river. Enjoy the Jumping Pillow, mining sluice, hay wagon rides, slides, rock wall and fun-bike rentals. For a guaranteed best available rate, book online at koa.com/camp/deerpark. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 85 feet.

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