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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is available at the park right now?
    Currently, the park offers overnight camping with 11 RV sites along the 9-mile creek. Hiking, biking, and other downhill activities are also available. We expect to begin offering Polaris UTV rentals by the end of June, and our 5 cabin sites are anticipated to be available later this summer.
  • When will the park be open for skiing?
    Denton Go is working closely with DCNR design Engineers to revitalize the ski lift and snowmaking infrastructure at the park. We anticipate some downhill ski operations during the 2025-2026 ski season. DCNR Forestry continues to groom the cross-country ski trails for winter xc ski opportunities along the Susquehanna Trail system.
  • Is alcohol permitted?
    Yes, alcohol consumption is permitted for guests aged 21 and older, limited to their specific site.
  • What is your pet policy?
    We are a pet-friendly resort with no additional fees for pets. Guests are required to keep pets leashed at all times, and not leave them unattended. Proper curbing and cleaning up after pets are also mandatory.
  • What are the quiet hours?
    Quiet hours are observed from 10 PM to 8 AM to ensure a peaceful environment for all guests. During this time, generators, diesel engines, and bright exterior lighting are prohibited. We enforce a policy of no loud music, excessive noise, or disorderly conduct at any time to maintain a harmonious atmosphere within the campground.
  • Is there a smoking policy?
    Smoking is permitted in designated outdoor areas only, and it is prohibited in cabins, buildings, and restrooms to maintain cleanliness and comfort for all guests.
  • Do you offer any incentives or loyalty programs?
    At present, we do not offer any incentives or customer loyalty programs. However, we constantly strive to enhance our guest experience and may introduce such programs in the future.
  • How far in advance should I make an RV site reservation?
    We recommend making a reservation at least 8 weeks prior to your planned arrival date, especially during regular weekends. For holiday weekends such as Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Lumbermans Week, Dark sky parties and Columbus Day, we suggest booking at least 16 weeks in advance to secure your spot. However, we encourage guests to check availability with Denton go RV Park even if their lead time is less than this. It's worth noting that we begin accepting phone, mail, and Internet reservations for the following calendar year starting on October 1st.
  • Will my reservation guarantee a specific RV campsite?
    While a confirmed reservation, accompanied by a deposit, ensures an RV campsite for the specified dates at the time of booking, it does not guarantee a specific campsite. We do encourage early reservations and requests for specific campsites, areas, on-site RV rentals, or locations based on amenity preferences. Campsites are assigned just before arrival based on your requests and the date your request and deposit were received.
  • What do you consider an RV?
    Our definition of an RV (Recreational Vehicle) encompasses camping units designed for road travel equipped with factory-installed beds and at least two factory land-to-vehicle service connections, one of which must be electric. RVs must also contain an RVIA certification sticker. Examples include travel trailers, fifth wheels, RV motor homes, motor coaches, custom private buses, folding campers/pop-ups, truck (pickup) campers, and camper vans.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Our cancellation policy is designed to be guest-friendly while also considering the campground's operational needs. For non-holiday RV campsites, guests can receive full refunds, less a $10 service charge, if canceled 48 hours before the arrival date. However, no refunds are provided for cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival. For holiday RV campsites, full refunds, less a $10 service charge, are available if canceled two weeks (14 days) before the arrival date. Similarly, no refunds are provided for cancellations made less than two weeks before arrival. Please note that no exceptions will be made to this cancellation policy, and no refunds or credits will be issued for early departure.
  • What are the check-in and check-out times?
    Check-in time for all RV campsites is 3 p.m., while check-out time on the day of departure is 5 p.m. Guests arriving before 3 p.m. may find that their site is not yet ready. If guests wish to extend their stay and enjoy the facilities after 5 p.m., they can register at the office for extended check-out, which allows them to utilize the facilities until 6 p.m. on the departure day for a nominal flat rate. However, guests must still vacate their site by 5 p.m.
  • Is Electric Vehicle (EV) charging available?
    Unfortunately, electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities are not available at the campground at this time. However, we continuously explore opportunities to enhance our amenities and services based on guest feedback and technological advancements.
  • Is there a dress code?
    While there is no formal dress code, we expect guests to dress modestly and avoid attire that may be considered revealing or offensive. Certain clothing items, such as bikini tops, bikini bottoms, Speedo bikinis, thongs, and brief halter tops, are not considered appropriate attire while at the campground. Additionally, clothing with language, gestures, or suggestive art that may be deemed inappropriate is discouraged. Our aim is to maintain a family-friendly.
  • What is your theft and loss policy?
    Campers are responsible for securing their personal property, including campers, vehicles, tents, or any other belongings. The campground, its owner, agents, and employees are not liable for theft or loss of any kind. Guests are encouraged to maintain insurance on their personal property for added protection.
  • Can I fly my UAV/drone?
    The operation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, is strictly prohibited on, from, or above the campground premises without specific written permission from the campground management. This policy is in place to ensure the safety and privacy of all guests.
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