Woodloch Pines Review
About 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 with the guests.Written by Carrie Calzaretta
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