Woodloch Resort celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2018, a well-deserved diamond jubilee that we loved sharing with our loyal guests. While The Lodge at Woodloch is an idyllic location for an intimate anniversary surprise, the main resort (Woodloch Pines) typically plays host to larger gatherings.
There are a handful of destinations within 100 miles of New York City that foster authentic, old-fashioned family bonding, including Woodloch Resort. Over the years, we’ve become synonymous with “offline retreat” (or “unplug retreat,” depending on who you ask). In fact, we’ve evolved into the most desirable digital detox for kids (and parents) on the East Coast.
"Winter is Coming"- we're gonna make it SNOW in our corner of the Poconos! ~Shared by J. Ranner Oh the weather outside is… weather. It seems like year over year, we never [...]
Snowshoes have come a long way from their primitive ash and rawhide origins. Nowadays, most shoes are made of metal, plastic, and synthetic fabric. But, the fact remains that snowshoeing in the Poconos is still an ethereal experience for many—even youngsters!
Every winter, Woodloch Resort’s employees and guests are filled with the holiday spirit thanks to the countless Christmas-themed activities, the Festival of Lights, and, of course, the arrival of ole Kris Kringle himself. Don’t forget that our all-inclusive, Poconos, Christmas vacation packages include family-style dining, modern accommodations, nightly entertainment, and over 30 daily on-site activities and amenities.
Clean lakes, bubbling streams, lush forests, and even open fields provide an excellent landscape for almost every outdoor activity imaginable . . . including horseback riding. While horseback riding in the Poconos isn’t quite as popular as hiking, fishing, and skiing, nothing surpasses a scenic, two-hour tour atop a majestic, well-trained horse.