COVID 19 UPDATE:
Welcome Back Campers,
On April 27th, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced the reopening of some recreational activities to promote the health of Pennsylvanians. Thankfully, privately owned campgrounds may reopen as of May 1, 2020. We are absolutely thrilled to welcome campers back to Deer Run Campground, and to offer you the opportunity to continue social distancing in the great outdoors in the comfort of your own camper.
While we’re excited by this announcement, we understand the camping experience may look a little different for a while as we adhere to CDC guidelines for everyone’s safety.
First, Let's be honest, even though we can be open, for the time being, camping will not be as it once was. Please, be prepared for this temporary “new camping” and have patience as we navigate through this unprecedented time. This is a fluid situation and things will be changing. For now, we must strictly follow these guidelines, so we do not lose our ability to be open.
• All reservations must be paid in full prior to arrival.
• Only self-contained units will be permitted at this time.
• Tent Camping is OPEN starting May 21, 2020
• All bathhouses and restrooms will open May 22, 2020
• Swimming Pool will be OPEN May 22nd, with limited occupancy
• Playgrounds will be open May 22, 2020
• Disc Golf will be OPEN (bring your own disc)
• Fishing pond will be OPEN (bring your own poles)
• Basketball court is OPEN. Maximum of 6 on court at a time (bring your own ball)
• GaGa Ball is closed
• Mini Golf is closed
• Dog Park is OPEN
• The store will be OPEN with 4 people maximum at a time. We will be serving ice cream & slushies through our ice cream window.
• Camping guests and staff will be required to wear a mask if you can't social distance.
• Absolutely no visitors will be allowed to enter the park at this time
• Practice social distancing: Maintain the recommended minimum 6 feet apart from fellow campers.
• No grouping at your campsite. Maximum number of people at each site is 10, please exercise social distancing or wear a mask if you can not social distance.
This crisis has been challenging and we are trying hard to take care of our staff and our camping guests, but our number one priority is health and safety. Anyone camping and not following the social distance guidelines will be asked to leave the campground.