Photography Tours

Photography Tours

Patron typeFee
Photographer$350.00
Observer$85
Photo Tours are 3-hour tours

Get your camera and prepare for your personal tour of Deer Haven Park!

Take your seat in the open-bed of a pickup truck where you'll have a 360 degree, close-up view of the park and its amazing wildlife. You will ride at your own pace through areas of the park where the Majestic Seneca White Deer are known to frequent so you can photograph them in their natural habitat and in the wild.

Want to step out and lay in wait for that perfect shot? Just let your guide know and you will be let out and set in some of the most opportune places to see wildlife and white deer.

This 3-hour tour will begin and end at the Deer Haven Park Visitor Center, located at 5479 NY-96A in Romulus, New York, just 2 miles north of Sampson State Park.

Come, Explore and Capture the Majesty and Beauty of Deer Haven Park!

DatesDaysTimes
9/20 - 9/22/2021Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
8:00 am - 11:00 am
and
4:00 pm - 7:00pm
9/27 - 10/6/2021Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
8:00 am - 11:00 am
and
3:30 pm - 6:30pm
10/11 - 10/27/2021Mondays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
8:00 am - 11:00 am
and
3:00 pm -6:00pm

 

PLEASE NOTE: All tours begin and end at the Deer Haven Park Visitor Center located at Deer Haven Park 5479 NY-96A  Romulus, NY 14541

One photographer per tour. Observer is an assistant to the photographer and may not take photos.

BEWARE of Bad Directions!


THE PROBLEM-
When you type Deer Haven Park into your mobile device or GPS unit for directions, you will often be given an "alternate route" through the former Depot. If the route includes "W. Romulus Rd.", "E. Patrol Rd." or "W. Patrol Rd." DON'T TAKE IT! There is NO entrance to Deer Haven Park on NY-96 and NO public route across the former military base.  Because Deer Haven Park is on part of the former Seneca Army Depot, the GPS program thinks you can drive through it. Unfortunately, you can not.

THE SOLUTION-
Instead, take one of the other routes. OR Enter Sampson State Park into your device. We are located on NY-96A, (not 96) just 2 miles North of Sampson State Park.