Family Resort: Relax, renew at Woodloch in the Poconos


An all-inclusive family resort, located in the Pocono Mountains, Woodloch offers the best in lodging, dining and entertainment for all four seasons. Rent a cabin or a room and enjoy time with family and friends. With views of Lake Teedyuskung and mountain vistas a vacation here is a chance to relax and renew yourself.

Kids will never lack for indoor or outdoor adventures. In warmer months, hit the mountains and climb the hills. In winter, you can ski or snow tube. Too cold outside? Try the six-sided rock climbing wall that is available any season. Swimming is always an option as well, as the resort has indoor and outdoor pools. For those that like a little speed and some motorized fun, there are the bumper cars, go karts, and even bumper boats! If you crave some quiet, you can glide silently through the water on a kayak trip and experience a new view of nature and the surrounding wildlife. You might even catch a peek at an American bald eagle flying the skies.

Fishing, golfing, skiing, hiking, boating and horseback riding can fill your daylight hours. After dark there is more still to come. Comedy acts, live music, magicians and jugglers are just the start of family-friendly show options. Many nights, they show a family friendly movie as well.

If you like, there is also skeet shooting, paintball, and bow and arrow shooting for both kids and adults — some age restrictions do apply, so check in before you head over.

Between all these options day and night, you will need to keep your energy up. The family-style meal service is an original feature of the resort, and started with the owners back in 1958. Sit down to your meals in the main dinning room, which serves up to three squares a day year round. Feel good while you eat knowing that Woodloch is part of a national “seed to fork” and other initiatives that pride themselves on using regionally grown ingredients. The full American Plan offered makes every meal an all-you-can-eat feast.

Make your trip as easy to plan and enjoyable as possible with an all-inclusive vacation. Quality time together with family and friends is the best part of escaping the distractions and demands of our daily schedules.



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