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Colonial Woods

545 Lonely Cottage Drive
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972
5 Reviews
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This campground is not close to alot of attractions plus the sites were way too small. We had to move once in order to get our trailer in - while we were there we saw two other families having a very hard time. I have to agree with the above reviews, the seasonals are very unfriendly including the ones who work at the camp store. Bathrooms were not clean nor close to the actual campers!!

Received from Charlene for visit in Jul 2009

Site Number: 16A
Stay Again? NO
This is our most visited campground. They are building a second wading pool with water park features. The main pool is nice - kids under 18 do have to pass a swimming test, they will have to swim the length of the pool without stopping (To swim in the deep end that is) My daughter (13) and son (12) passed it easily. The lake and ponds are great for fishing, wev'e caught trout, bass, catfish and sunnies there. The weekends are full here in the summer. The sites are good sized and the ownera and employees are friendly. The lodge has bingo every weekend and themed parties. I come here Two or Three times a year.

Received from Joe for visit in May 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
I found the campground to be close. The site we were given droped off the the back and we were forced to set up closed to the road than we like. We parked our truck sideways just to fit. I didn't find the seasonal people very friendly.

Received from Linda D for visit in Jul 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO
It is a nice campground, I have camped there several times in a 24' travel trailer. Not a problem parking! They do have some pull-throughs. It is a nice campground, clean and nice ammenities, but watch out for the poolman. He is this lifeguard who rules with an iron fist. In order for kids under age 18(i think) to go in the deep end, they have to pass a swimming test. Swim the length of the pool and back without stopping or putting a foot down. Almost impossible(certainly for me!) My kids were strong good swimmers, but didn't pass the test. A real stickler!

Received from Gloria J for visit in May 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Our favorite "local" campground. Sites are decent size. Great fishing ponds for kids. Nice playground.

Received from Tina B for visit in May 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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