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Welcome to Colonial Woods Family Resort, a fantastic spot for a family getaway. Nestled in the mountains of Pennsylvania, this campground offers a blend of natural beauty and family-friendly amenities. You’ll find it near Upper Black Eddy, close enough to the Delaware River for a quick tubing trip with Bucks County River Tub Company.

The campground itself is packed with activities to keep everyone entertained. There's a pool and a splash pool for toddlers, both of which are clean and supervised by lifeguards. If you’re into fishing, there’s a lake on-site where you can cast a line. For those who enjoy games, there’s cornhole and mini-golf, and they even host events like casino nights with proceeds going to Shriners Children's Hospital.

The sites are surrounded by trees, offering a bit of shade and a sense of privacy. However, some visitors have noted that the spots can be a bit tight, especially for larger rigs. If you’re tent camping, you’ll appreciate the spacious areas for setting up your tent and canopy. The bathhouses are well-maintained, and the staff is friendly and helpful.

For those traveling with pets, you'll be glad to know that dogs are welcome here. There’s also a market on-site where you can pick up any essentials you might have forgotten. And if you’re looking to explore beyond the campground, Ringing Rocks Park is a nearby attraction worth visiting—just don’t forget to bring a hammer to make the rocks sing!

Overall, Colonial Woods Family Resort is a great place for a family adventure, offering a mix of relaxation and fun activities in a beautiful mountain setting.

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Colonial Woods Family Resort is located in Pennsylvania

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From south jct SR 412 & SR 611: Go 1-1/2 mi N on SR 611, then 1-1/2 mi E on Marienstein Rd, then 3/4 mi N on Lonely Cottage Dr.


545 Lonely Cottage Dr
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972


40.53342825 N
75.15422482 W

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11 Reviews

Nicole S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2023

Wonderful weekend trip

The campground is in the mountains of PA close enough to the Delaware River that we took a trip down using bucks County river tub company. We didn't have to go tubing because there was so much to do. The pooL and splash pool for toddlers was clean with a lifeguard on duty at all times. The posted pool hours were not as described they don't really tell you but it was open a little later if not the posted hours were like 6pm and it way to early for a hot summer day if you ask me. They had a playground, lake where you could fish, cornhole, and minigolf. They did a few activities the one we did go to was the casino night where they had separate play areas for kids and adults. All the money made is donated to Shriners Children's Hospital which it awesome and the kids loved the candy and little prizes they won. The place was nice, spots were tight with the trees but that's because they preserved them. The bath house with showers was clean and so was the other closer to our site. In the end I would go there again people were nice, store had everything/anything you could possibly need.

Month of VisitAugust
Brian C.
Reviewed Dec. 16, 2022

Not big rig friendly.

Ok so let me start off by saying. If we still had our smaller travel trailer this review would’ve been at least 4 stars. However this place is not the place for you if you have a fifth wheel. The roads are very narrow, pretty sizable boulders on both sides, trees are very low and need to be trimmed (almost took my ac out with a huge limb). Now if you’re not big rig camping like we do, this place is great for you. Close to the ringing rocks and three other towns. We were able to do so much even though it rained the entire weekend we were there.

Month of VisitNovember
Holly S.
Reviewed Mar. 9, 2022


Even when the weather was cold and rainy and we were stuck in the tents, I thoroughly enjoyed the scenery, the ambiance and the friendly staff at the front desk. There were areas for communal activities (where we met some very nice people!) and plenty of space for our 4 person tent and a pop up canopy over the picnic table. Dogs loved it too!

Month of VisitMay
Reviewed May. 3, 2021

Depends on the site

Overall I think this campground has a lot to offer if you have a family and are looking to provide them with activities. Fishing in the pond insite, swimming in the pool and lots of family weekends throughout the season.

However, for whatever reason the sites are all covered in stone, and I dont mean just the area where you park, I mean it was like camping on a stone driveway. Also, while the seasonal sites have lots of room the transient sites are much more on top of eachother.

The staff were pleasant and in general the place was very well maintained, the sites just weren't "comfortable"

Month of VisitMay
Nathan R.
Reviewed Feb. 9, 2020

Our local favorite

We appreciate that they haven’t charged us extra in the past for our kids. Our kids love the pool and splash area. Dump station location isn’t ideal on a busy morning. I heard they might work on a second dump location and was told to ask if it’s ok to stick around until it dies down if our site isn’t needed soon. Friendly campground. Go visit Ringing Rocks park with a hammer while you are here. While it’s obviously busier, we liked being below the pool where our kids could fish in the pond and easy access to the pool.

  • Review photo of Colonial Woods Family Resort by Nathan R., February 9, 2020
Reviewed Jul. 8, 2019


Staff was very friendly. We had a group site which was perfect for 6 campers. We went on Father’s Day weekend and they had nice arts and crafts for the kids to do for dad.

Ron S.
Reviewed May. 21, 2019

I liked this place

I see the reviews are all over the place for this campground. In my opinion you’ll find seasonal sat most every campground. I just don’t like when their site becomes nasty and unkempt. But I like this campground. We (wife and kids) were here twice about 6 years ago. I remember playing bingo and I won the last round, about $40. They had a lot to do I remember that.

Reviewed Oct. 18, 2018

Wonderful family fun!

We had such a fun time during the summer between the pool, fishing at the pond and all the amazing amenities!! Just walking around the campground is beautiful. Will definitely come back, the best campground for complete family fun!

Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Colonial Woods Family Resort by Michelle D., October 18, 2018
Christine E.
Reviewed Sep. 14, 2018

Fun Family & Friends

Been coming here for years with friends and have made new friends with many of the Seasonals. Always a ton of scheduled crafts and to do for the kiddos and adults alike. Clean areas Pool, Bathhouses etc. Friendly staff and owners.

Month of VisitAugust
  • Review photo of Colonial Woods Family Resort by Christine E., September 14, 2018
Kim B.
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2018

Cramped Quarters

Sites are very close together. Site numbers are on the back of the sites, very hard to see from the road. Very few showers. Rules are not enforced, especially quiet hours and unsupervised kids.

Month of VisitAugust
Karralee B.
Reviewed Jul. 4, 2018

Party Camping

Very friendly campers. Most of the residents are seasonal and glampers, but very friendly and like to party. We are tent campers and went at the end of the season. We had 5 tents one per-site which wasn’t ideal, but we were placed in front of the closed pool where we took all 5 sites and made one. At first I was mad but we made it work and we were the envy of everyone. Many year round campers have golf carts. The one downside, some of the year round RV sites look run down and are gross looking, we did hear they were going to do a clean out of those sites so hopefully it will look nicer. The actual tent sites are next to the road, which is a shame because we seem to always get the crap locations furthest from the bathrooms, this makes no sense when RV’s have bathrooms and tents are basic camping. Definitely recommend a stay though, the owners have great weekend events for adults and kids. We will be going back and making this our end of the year annual camping location!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to camp at Colonial Woods Family Resort?

Camping at Colonial Woods Family Resort can starts at $52.00.

Does Colonial Woods Family Resort have RV hookups?

According to, Colonial Woods Family Resort has water hookups and sewer hookups.

What is the max vehicle length at Colonial Woods Family Resort?

Colonial Woods Family Resort allows vehicles up to 55 feet.

Are fires allowed at Colonial Woods Family Resort?

Yes, according to campers on, fires are allowed at Colonial Woods Family Resort, although make sure to check current fire restrictions in the area.

Does Colonial Woods Family Resort have wifi?

Yes, according to campers on, Colonial Woods Family Resort does have wifi.

Is there cell phone reception at Colonial Woods Family Resort?

According to campers on, Verizon signal is unknown, AT&T is fair, and T-Mobile is good.