Colonial Woods Family Camping Resort

545 Lonely Cottage Drive
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972

(610) 847-5808


Welcome to Colonial Woods Family Camping Resort
in Bucks County, Pennsylvania!

235 Total Sites

10 Pull Thru Sites

40' Max RV Length

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  • Pull Thru Available
  • Accom Big Rigs
  • Tent Sites Available
  • Group Area
  • WiFi
  • Hot Tub
  • Lake
  • Forest Areas
  • Laundry
  • Propane
  • Firewood Available
  • Dump Station
  • Picnic Area
  • Cable TV Hookup
  • Lodging - Other
  • Groups Welcome
  • Shuffleboard
  • Seasonal Rates
  • Monthly Rates


  • Horse Facility



  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Rec Room
  • Boating - Paddle
  • Boating
  • Family Activity
  • Fishing
  • Miniature Golf
  • Outdoor Games
  • Tennis


  • Water Slides
  • Golfing
  • Scenic Driving
  • Sightseeing

Recent Reviews

Camping at Colonial Woods
0 % of users found this review helpful
My family and I have been camping here for about 8 years now. We go two to three times a year and rent one of the campers from the owner. We all love this place as it has many things to do and the staff is helpful and nice. The people who camp here are generally nice and we feel safe to let our two girls roam around. I don't see any negatives to mention.

NY Rangers Fan
The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 11/03/2016
Emergency Maneuver
0 % of users found this review helpful
We were assigned a site on short notice. The pools were nice - a heated, no-diving pool, a couple of kiddie pools - one with buckets dropping water on your head! - and a hot tub (not very hot and not very bubbly). There was a 'pool monitor' who was very diligent but not an overbearing life guard. The covered bridge walkway from store to pool/lake side of campground was a nice touch. The main roads were paved but very narrow. The campground was hopping at 11 pm Saturday night, and did not calm down until long after we went to bed. The site was not very level and the water source was kinda weird - a whole bunch of connected hoses lying on the ground with the occasional spigot for hookup. We tried to play mini-golf - fairly inexpensive - on a very neglected course. It should have been free because the course was in total disrepair. The campground area where we stayed is on hilly terrain, so if you are not in good shape for walking you may wish to request a site down by the pool.

The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 07/01/2016