Unusual Winter Weather Won’t Stop Woodloch, A Poconos Family Resort

Guests Take AdvaWoodloch Resortntage of Winter AND Spring Activities

Although this winter has been unseasonably warm, Woodloch Pines, an all-inclusive family resort located in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, is still alive with activity. Mild temperatures allow for guests to take advantage of Woodloch’s winter and spring activities. Since this Pocono Mountains resort makes its own snow, guests can go snow tubing in addition to hiking on the nature trail while enjoying the fresh mountain air and natural beauty of the area. If the mild weather holds up, this family resort is planning to open up some of its lake activities, such as paddle boating and boat rides, as early as St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Woodloch is eager to celebrate the best of both seasons during the month of March.

Woodloch is offering great deals in March with a focus on commemorating Irish heritage in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. During midweeks in March, rates start at just $112 per adult per night, and kids six and under are free. Packages include spacious accommodations, three meals daily, and a variety of family-friendly activities and entertainment. Additionally, there will be Irish Folk stories, derby games and horseracing, the World’s Largest Leprechaun, Irish/Celtic Trivial pursuit, Irish cooking classes, pub games, and beer tastings. Woodloch guests can also enjoy weekly performances by the Irish Balladeers and Gallagher Dancers. On St. Patrick’s Day, Woodloch will host its very own parade complete with live bagpipers.

For members of the local community, Woodloch’s “Luck of the Irish Tuesday” day package is a great option. The package includes “Pot of Gold” Bingo beginning at 3 PM, followed by the Gallagher Dancers, the Woodloch Smorgasbord, featuring king crab legs, jumbo shrimp, and authentic Irish specialties, and dancing at the Heritage Night Club. Rates start at only $38 per person.

In addition to these special offerings, Woodloch packages consistently feature family-friendly activities and entertainment. Brooke James, Woodloch’s Special Events Manager, notes, “We have managed to outsmart this unusual winter weather by making our own snow and providing our guests with activities such as snow tubing, snowmobiling, and our 2012 Winter Olympics. Our nightly entertainment is unsurpassed with everything from juggling acts, comedians, and magic shows to our very own Broadway-style theme show, ‘Festivals of the World!’”

Woodloch packages offer something for everyone. To obtain more information or to book a stay, please visit www.woodloch.com, or call 1-800-Woodloch.

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