Woodloch Pines Review

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109 River Birch Lane, Hawley PA
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Editor’s Review of Woodloch Pines

Due in great part to its secluded location in the Pocono Mountains lake region, a winding and uphill scenic drive about three hours from New York City, Woodloch Pines Resort is a delightful rarity these days: A sprawling yet unassuming family-owned, all-inclusive resort that provides a lakefront location, comfortable accommodations and plenty of old-fashioned fun. Woodloch encompasses 1,200 acres, about a mile of lakefront, and can accommodate 900 guests. To newcomers the place can be a little overwhelming; but a quick roam with the map provided at check-in should be all you need to get acquainted. Woodloch is woodsy, not glitzy. The grounds are well-kept and the staff of 1,000 is friendly and helpful, and really seem to enjoy interacting ... more with the guests. less
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  • One mile of lakefront property
  • Year-round outdoor activities
  • Amazingly friendly staff
Family Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Water Sports
  • Sailing
Family Amenities
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Program
  • Cribs
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry Service
  • Onsite Dining
  • Refrigerator
  • Pool
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Reviewed on 11/09/2015
My inlaws were guest in the first year of operation, 1958. Our family participated in the 50th anniversary of Woodloch in 2008. My mother-in-law requested that we celebrate her 100th birthday at Woodloch (April 2012). It was ... Read full review
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Reviewed on 06/07/2015
I would rate this place 1,000,000 (1 million is an inside joke my friends and I made up with one of the staff members named below) I have been going to Woodloch for 3 years now. It has been amazing but I have got to say that ... Read full review


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There are three main options for accommodations, all of which come with the traditional meal plan of three meals a day. Most affordable are the Classic Standard rooms, which are located around The Main House, some of which have views of the lake. Deluxe Lakeview rooms are the next step up, and have indoor access to either the dining room and nightclub or indoor pool. The Edgewater Suites are very roomy one- and two-bedroom suites, ideal for two to six people, and all have balconies, a view of the lake and indoor access to the pool. The one- and two- bedroom Mountain Laurel Suites have two queen size beds per room, a living room with a queen pull-out sofa, as well as a dining room, kitchen and washer/dryer. These large suites sleep four to 12 people.

Suites are very spacious, homey and clean, and perfect for traveling with kids. In addition to an ample bedroom, there is a large sitting room (separated by a door that closes) with two couches and small desk, two bathrooms, a huge closet and a bar area with a min-fridge, microwave and coffee maker. Expect two televisions, one a flat-screen with Nintendo games available at an additional cost. The bathrooms are spacious, with all the usual amenities, including hair dryers, shampoo and lotion but no conditioner, so be sure to bring your own. Some suites have their own washer and dryer; but for those that don't, there is a laundry room in every building.

If you would like to opt out of the meal plan, and require more space for extended family or friends, you might try the resort's guest homes, which are located about two miles away in Woodloch Springs. The homes vary in size from two- to five-bedrooms, and in price; but and all are furnished, with kitchens and washers and dryers. There is a shuttle bus which runs between Woodloch Pines and Woodloch Springs, but families with young kids are probably better off on the main property, close to the food and fun, in a suite.

In all rooms, bedrails are available at no charge, and cribs are $20 per stay. No pets are allowed, with the exception of guide dogs. In-room babysitting is available for a fee by resort employees, and you will need to call by noon to secure a sitter for that evening.