Deerpark Court Tomb is unlike most other types of court tomb in Ireland in that it has three galleries leading off from its large central court. It has a single gallery at the Western end of the court and two smaller galleries located side by side at the opposite end. Of the three galleries, only one still has a lintel over its entrance, although it has a large crack running through it. The lintels have fallen off the entrances of the other two galleries. As with the Creevykeel Court Tomb there is no remaining cairn over the galleries.
Until quite recently the tomb was surrounded by trees but these have been felled and there are now fantastic views from the tomb to Knocknarea, Lough Gill and of the surrounding countryside. A 3.5 km looping walking trail leads past the tomb and through the woodland back to the car park.