Colonial Woods Campground

Address: 545 Lonely Cottage Drive, Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania, 18972, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 545 Lonely Cottage Drive, Upper Black Eddy, is near Sand Castle Winery and Riverfront Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Upper Black Eddy

    Ringing Rocks

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 24, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 8217;s lack of sales tax on clothing. We had lunch at Rock Bottom, a brewery and restaurant, where I tried their Ichabod’s Pumpkin Ale, complete with a cinnamon-and-sugar-rimmed glass. It was yummy! Leaving King of Prussia, we headed towards Doylestown, but stopped for another waterfall just outside of town. We headed north of Doylestown on PA-611 ...

    A foreigner in Our Own Country!

    A travel blog entry by daveandsteph on Nov 28, 2013

    36 photos

    ... Storm Sandy. It was strange to see boats on the land, and sand up to the edge of the highway. While my dad was driving it felt so normal for us to be home:-) Our first drink in America was at Dunkin Donuts! It tasted very strange to Dave and I. There was a little boy and his father in Dunkin Donuts, and I remember just looking at him and thinking he was so handsome...(it has been a while since I had seen a little white skinned boy).

    When we ...


    A travel blog entry by garethjarrold on Sep 24, 2013

    4 comments, 80 photos

    ... Mustang or Dodge Charger, but no, the door opens and sitting there is the sickest Nissan GTR i've ever seen in my life! There'll be pictures on here somewhere, it was stunning, and for anyone who cares it has around 800BHP and is an absolute beast!

    We've been to a party held by the local council - full of old people mind, but none the less, free food, and fair play those oldies know how to cook.

    This weekend the Wilkinsons went ...

    When the Failure to Make Plans Makes Plans Go Awry

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 15, 2013

    21 photos

    ... an hour and a half later. Setback number 3. Regroup: off to lunch at a quite decent restaurant two blocks away. Restaurant called The Firehouse (thank you Yelp), and served an enormous salad with chicken that kept me busy until time to go back for the tour.

    The tour was quite interesting (photos appended). The building is LAVISH with a capital everything (hardy-har har, with only one "a" this time). This ...

    Ooorah, Aaarah, Nubah!!

    A travel blog entry by khaira on Jul 29, 2012

    ... Route 7A and drove along the eastern border of lake Champlain south. Since the drive was along a 2 lane highway both Kamal and I expected it to be arduous and slow. It was neither, in fact it was very pleasant. To begin, each town we passed had an entry sign that declared its inception date and population. What was remarkable was that every city predated 1776. In fact a few were established in the early 1600's. Further, the commerce ...