We’re on the cusp of yet another vibrant autumn here at Woodloch, the top-rated family resort in North America. As summer subtly dissipates, the Pocono Mountains transform from various hues of green to a jaw-dropping blend of marigold, amber, kelly, and crimson. Autumn remains one of our most beloved seasons, primarily because of the resort’s diverse array of seasonal, all-inclusive activities, including pumpkin painting, scarecrow decorating, and haunted walks. However, sometimes the sheer beauty of the region is all the fuel you need to enjoy your long-awaited escape from New York City, Philadelphia, or Washington D.C. This handy Poconos fall foliage guide shines a light on various aspects of a Woodloch-flavored autumn getaway. Keep reading to learn more!
The Top 10 On-Site, Autumnal Activities
There are only right ways to explore the rolling hills that surround serene Lake Teedyuskung. As mentioned above, we host dozens of homegrown activities every day—autumn is no different. A “typical” day could include a Halloween parade, autumn-inspired crafting, wagon rides, and pumpkin-flavored everything. But, of course, there are over a dozen classic activities that go hand in hand with autumn’s arrival. After all, most pursuits only grow more desirable when combined with a kaleidoscope of colorful Poconos fall foliage. Click the links below to learn more about each on-site activity.
- Championship golf
- Family Scavenger Hunt
- Petting zoo
- Scenic Boat Tours
- Archery practice
- Artificial rock climbing
- Paddling on Lake Teedyuskung (including paddleboarding, kayaking, and rowing)
- Bass fishing
- Hiking trail (combine with photography, geocaching, or a mid-day picnic)
- Paintball adventures
Fall Drives, Pumpkin Patches, and Quintessential Attractions
Before or after your extended weekend (or midweek) vacation at Woodloch, remember to enhance the drive with a handful of quintessential Poconos fall foliage adventures. Any type of autumnal “bucket list” should include time spent at Bushkill Falls, the Delaware Water Gap, or Boulder Field. A Lake Wallenpaupack boat ride would pair nicely with an hour or two at Roba Family Farms or Lakeland Orchard. Cap your trip with some apple picking, live music, pig races, and a stroll through a themed corn maze. The villages, country roads, and state parks that dot the region near Woodloch are home to some of the most vivid Poconos fall foliage, so don’t be afraid to embark on an adventurous detour.
Save up to 30 percent this autumn with a midweek stay at Woodloch. We also offer a variety of seasonal packages that the kids will certainly relish. Book now online to avoid hidden third-party fees. Let the fall planning begin!