Seasonal Life At Delaware Water Gap KOA


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Seasonal Spring Newsletter

Is the price of gas getting you down?  It made me rethink camping in general.  Our camper languished in our driveway where I could scarcely justify the money it took to move it every time we wanted to go camping.  At $3.00 per gallon, camping went from a affordable get away, to a costly luxury.  If these thoughts are crossing your mind, think about the seasonal life.  Park your camper at Delaware Water Gap KOA for the season and take it home at the end of summer.  Or better yet, store it with the campground for the winter.  The campground even provides winterization services to keep it safe. couple that with a great bunch of people who welcome you and watch out for each other and your camper. Activities

June 14 50s Weekend

Christmas In July

Autism Awareness

Haunted October

Cook Offs

May 11 Camp and Care Weekend

Campground Improvements


The seasonal families are located mostly in the loops behind the office, but there are more scattered about the campground.  They act as hosts of sorts and cooperate with the staff to make your camping experience part of something great.  Think of them as camping ambassadors.  They are helpful local people who organize such activities as the 50s weekend, Christmas in July, cook-off's, Autism Awareness weekend, and the Haunted Trailer and hayride. The monies raised in these activities go to both local and national charities, and always to a 501C3.  They have gone as far too help campers in trouble finding them service centers and local trustworthy shops where emergency repairs and provisions can be acquired.  If you are interested in being part of the seasonal group, please see the campground management to discuss seasonal rates.  The Seasonal at Delaware Water Gap KOA always welcome new people who are good people and want to help others. We really are one big happy family here at DWG KOA, and would love for you to join us.

2013 Dates!


Check Out Our NEW KOA Railroad!

Elvis Dropping in for a SHOW!

  To help you get to know us better here is a site by site directory of our seasonal and a little bit about them. For those who are not listed here and want to be, please email the seasonal editor at with a short bio on yourselves and a picture of your site and yourselves.  

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Disclaimer*** The names of the various campsite sections used here are my creation and not the campgrounds.  So if you tell the office for instance that "I want a site in the "woodlands" section, they will have no idea what you are talking about!  

The Point

Sites 1,3,4



Sites 2, 2A, 2B, Lodges

Sites 2C, 2D, Rental Trailers

Sites 27, 28



Sites 5, 6, 6A, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20,

21, 22, 23, 23A, 24, 25, 26


The Woodlands

Sites 12-16A




Sites 30,30A, 29, 171, 172, 174,176, 178, 180

Sites 173, 175, 177, 179, 181- 187 Tent Sites




Supersites Lodges and Cabins (Oh My!)

Sites 31,31A (Supersite), 31B, 31C, 120, 121, 121A,

201A, 202A, 206A

Sites 112-119, Rustic Cabins

201-206 Lodges



57-61 Playground Sites  

The Hills

Sites 32-37A (Tent Sites)

Sites 38-56

Sites 62-76 (New Sites)

Sites 67-80


The Flats

Sites 84-92

Sites 93-102

Sites 103-111



The Back 40

Sites 123-161