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

      2nd day in New York

      A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Oct 24, 2013

      ... Went in after locking up all of our bikes and hoping they would all be there when we returned. We paid to see special exhibit on whales. Definitely worth it. Whales started out on land and evolved into amphibians and then totally water. Blue whales largest mammal. Sonar amazing. Sperm whales can go down 6,000 feet for 80 minutes to eat large squids. Spent a couple of hours walking around museum. Continued riding around park and finally returned our bikes. We walked ...

      MONTAUK, DRIVING USA, GOODBYE'S AND HELLO'S

      A travel blog entry by garethjarrold on Sep 08, 2013

      5 comments, 55 photos

      ... animals, but the main thing that shocked me was the size of the 2 pigs they have here (again, I'll have to get photo's for the next blog), but it's no joke, they are absolutely enormous and they're quick! There's a German girl here Mette (I think that's how you spell it), who's wwoofing here also. She's really nice, and her English is near perfect!

      That's about it for this blog, a bit short I know, but that's just what's happened since the last blog!

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      When the Failure to Make Plans Makes Plans Go Awry

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 15, 2013

      21 photos

      ... then the other side answers) "Patriettes.

    • The furrther revelation that the team mascot is a giant dog named Sparkee. About halfway through the second game, it finally dawned on me that the dog is named after Sparky Lyle, who managed them for the first 15 years of their existence. He retired this year and was named "Manager Emeritus." THAT's a new one! Fans chose Sparkee's name in a contest before the ...

    • Coming to America

      A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Sep 17, 2012

      5 photos

      ... with our bags. As I got to our platform I saw our bus leave. All that effort for nothing, and what little energy we had was gone. One of the staff members was telling us that the next bus was at 11pm and we had to go to a different platform. So we hiked our bags up and went to the next platform. It was by now that we realised that we were not going to reach my aunt’s house in Hillsborough till late, and I wasn’t sure if she was expecting us or not, so we had to call her. ...

      Hello America and The College Of New Jersey!

      A travel blog entry by lukemaggers on Jan 22, 2012

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... role as the Americans in the I-House is to make sure the Internationals feel welcome and are here to answer any questions we have about campus life. This college has a fantastic program for International Exchange students. They really go out of their way to ensure that we instantly feel part of the College community. All of the people in the I-House are amazing and I am already having a great time with them all. I am already that comfortable here with all the people around me that ...